Post Rock Scout Museum

Exhibits that change with the times

To address the wide range of accomplishments and developments in scouting organizations, the museum's exhibits are regularly updated, and special exhibits are created.

Girl Scout Exhibits

1912-1937 In the Beginning
1938-1962 Widening the Scope of the Girl Scout Program
1963-1976 Program and Membership Expansion
1977-1997 World to Explore
1998-Present Twenty-first Century and Beyond

Other Permanent Exhibits

Other exhibits in the museum include Boy Scouts of America, Camp Fire Girls, Girl Guides, Pioneer Girls, and Girl Reserves.

The Effanbee "Fluffy" doll was introduced in 1964. The African-American Brownie doll was introduced in 1968 and was produced until 1972.