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Post Rock Scout Museum


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Post Rock Scout Museum Located in the beautiful Cummins Block Building and listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Post Rock Scout Museum has many rare and one-of-a-kind items displayed in exhibits which chronicle the growth of the Girl Scout movement in the USA and worldwide. It also includes memorabilia of the Boy Scouts, Camp Fire, Pioneer Girls, and Girl Reserves.
There is also a gift shoppe.

Located in the same historic building is the Drug Store Museum.


Admission: By donation
Hours: The Post Rock Scout Museum is generally open from 1 to 5 pm Monday thru Friday. Please call.
Address: 161 E. Lincoln
Phone: 785-524-5383
Our Email: Kathie@postrockscoutmuseum.com
Our Website:www.postrockscoutmuseum.com

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