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BOY SCOUTS OPEN A MUSEUM IN KENTUCKY
[FINAL EDITION, C]
Chicago Tribune (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Chicago, Ill.
Author: Compiled by the Tribune Travel staff
Date: Jun 29, 1986
Start Page: 28
Section: TRAVEL
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Be prepared, when traveling to Kentucky this summer, to stop at the new National Scouting Museum.

The museum features such up-to-date exhibits as electronic and computerized games, a time tunnel that transports visitors back to the first days of the Scouting movement, a 360-degree theater, and an "A-Mazing Adventure" area where visitors can test their Scouting skills.

The museum, which replaces a museum in North Brunswick, N.J., that closed in 1979, is open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., including weekends and holidays. The museum is only partially completed, and will close Sept. 30 for renovations, opening again in the spring of 1987.

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