Last updated: 5/23/2010
Lincoln, Kansas
Street Address
161 E. Lincoln Avenue
Lincoln, KS 67455
Mailing Address
161 E. Lincoln Avenue
Lincoln, KS 67455
Please contact the museum to schedule your visit by calling (785) 524-5383.
Monday - Friday1 PM - 5 PM
Available to all age levels, a tour includes seeing the museum displays, learning about Juliette Low, seeing historical handbooks, and trying an insignia activity. Complete a museum scavenger hunt and receive a free postcard!
Admission to the Post Rock Scout Museum is by donation. Donations and memberships help to operate the museum, provide archival storage, and develop exhibits, displays and educational programs.
Kathie Crispin, Curator

The Post Rock Scout Museum was created in 2004 by Kathie Crispin, a long-time member of Girl Scouts and collector of Girl Scouts memorabilia. The collection now on display in the museum also includes memorabilia from Girl Guides, Pioneer Girls, Camp Fire Girls, Girl Reserves, and Boy Scouts. The items in the museum are a combination of her own purchases and trades, and the donations from former scouts in her community and across the country. The museum is part of the Non-profit organization, the Crispin Antiquarian Foundation.

The museum in housed in the Cummins Block Building in Lincoln, Kansas. The Cummins Block Building is listed on the National Registry of Historic Buildings. The building also houses Crispin's Drug Store Museum, curated by Kathie's husband, Jack Crispin, Jr.

The Post Rock Scout Museum is excited to offer special programs for youth and scouting troops and groups. With advance notice, activities especially for your group can be prepared.

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