Museum of the International Scout Movement

A private collection tracing the history of the International Scouting (and Guides) movement since its beginnings in 1907. Five rooms of posters, badges, a reconstruction of a Scout camp. (Original text by MT du Pays d?Arlon)Seven halls are open to the public. This museum exhibits very rare pieces: the first international camp in 1907 in Brownsea, some Baden-Powell's handwritten letters the world jamborees since 1920, the main scout comic illustrators such as Hergé, Joubert, Mitacq, Peyo, King Baudouin's passage in scoutism, and finally scout buildings in camps





rue du Maitrank 49

B-6700 Bonnert (Arlon)

49.7109 5.81844 11

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Language(s) French

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