L.L. Lee Museum Lawrence L. Lee
Scouting Museum &
Max I. Silber Scouting Library
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Welcome to the Lee Scouting Museum...home to one of the finest displays of Scouting history in the world! Located at Camp Carpenter in Manchester, NH, the museum was founded in 1969 and is owned and operated by the Daniel Webster Council, BSA.

The Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum/Max I Silber Scouting Library represents an exciting, unique, and colorful repository for an exceedingly large collection of Boy Scout memorabilia and an exceptional Scouting Library. Artifacts relating to Scouting in New Hampshire, New England, the United States, and the World are on display for all ages to come and enjoy. We hope you will come and visit us!

Our Mission

The mission of the Lawrence L. Lee Scouting Museum and Max I. Silber Scouting Library is to preserve Scouting's heritage and inspire youth about Scouting traditions and values through an interactive and educational structure.  The Museum will collect, preserve, and display Scouting artifacts and publications; conduct research; provide educational materials and events; and educate, enrich, and inspire youth and the general public with the ideals represented by the Scouting Movement.

Jamboree on the Air (JOTA)

The 2013 Jamboree on the Air was a great success. Join us in 2014 for an interesting opportunity to speak to Scouts around the world by radio on October 18th from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm as we participate in the 57th annual JOTA.

2014 New England Scout Memorabilia Show

Scouting memorabilia enthusiasts, Scouts, Scouters, and the general public are invited to Camp Carpenter on October 24 and 25, 2014 for great displays, silent auctions and great food.



July and August (During Camp):

Tue-Thu 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Sat: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

September through June:

Sat: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

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 Congratulations to the Girl Scouts of the USA on their 100th Birthday!

Baden-Powell began working to create the Girl Guides in Great Britian. They were formed in 1910. On March 12, 1912 Juliette Gordon Low started the Girl Guides in the United States. They soon became Girl Scouts and have have worked since the beginning to develop values and contribute to society while having fun.

More than 50 million American women enjoyed Girl Scouting during their childhood, and that number continues to grow as Girl Scouts of the USA continues to inspire, challenge, and empower girls everywhere.

Today the Girl Scouts are 3.2 million strong

 Girl Scout display at the L.L. Lee Museum

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Scouting Museum, Daniel Webster Council
Mail: 571 Holt Avenue, Manchester, NH 03109
GPS: 395 Blondin Road, Manchester, NH 03109
603.669.8919 FAX 603.625.2467
Email: administrator@scoutingmuseum.org

Last revised on 15 March 2013