The worldwide scouting movement had its birth in the years leading up to the Great War. Continue the long connection between WWI and Scouting with Scout Day at the Museum and Memorial!

Full black and white photo of a group of girls and young women dressed in scouting uniforms posed with the Liberty Memorial Tower in the background. Some Boy Scouts are milling around behind them.
Black and white photograph of Girl Scouts on front lawn of Memorial. From the service of Sergeant Charles E. Inman, 351st Aero Service Squadron, AEF.
Object ID: 1986.189.111→

Discount Admission

  • General Admission tickets for $5 will be available (online and onsite) to all Scouts and Scout Leaders from all scouting organizations.

  • Scouts and Scout Leaders must be in uniform to receive discounted admission.

  • Other guests may purchase regular admission tickets (online and onsite).

  • If you have a question about whether your group qualifies, contact or 816.888.8113.


  • Adult chaperones are required.

  • One adult per 10 children (14 and younger), at a minimum.

  • Scouts must be accompanied by an adult leader for the Tower and for the Museum Store.

Boy Scouts merit badge guide

Did you know that Boy Scouts can earn merit badges at the Museum and Memorial, all year long? Download the guide:

Print booklet (PDF)   Mobile booklet (PDF)