We should be proud that the BSA is investing in preserving our scouting history , most scout museums around the country are private and propietary in nature . Our museum is new and like all new adventures , it will grow and mature , always getting better . Post some positive feedback on what you would like to see , who knows ? maybey you will improve the next visitors experiance . On a broader scale , BSA needed a place to call home , where old scouters could leave their scout experianceS without fear of privateering and let the next generation of scouts learn from their journey . The National Scouting Museum is a must see for all scouts , young and old , its a blend of the old with some interactive displays for the young scouts . Life is about expectations , have open expectations when you visit , you will not be dissapointed.