Scout Programs

Girl Scout Programs

Who knew that earning a Girl Scout Badge while exploring about history could be so much fun?  The Geneva History Museum offers many fun ways for Girl Scouts to work toward try-its, badges and patches throughout the year.
Cost:  $3 - resident, $4 - nonresident
There is a minimum fee of $30 per program.

Letterbox Challenge
Letterboxing is a fun activity that combines treasure hunting with rubber stamping.  Participants will explore the museum with the Museum Educator and make their own personal letterbox stamp.  The program will conclude with participants solving the mystery and finding the letterbox located somewhere on Third Street!

Art All Around the Town
Explore Geneva’s incredible public art!  Highlights include our newest sculpture, The Rainman, the new Lincoln Highway mural and more. Hear the stories behind the art and learn about the artists who created the community’s masterpieces. 

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Boy Scout Programs

Who knew that earning a Boy Scout badge while exploring history could be so much fun? Geneva History Museum offers fun ways for Boy Scouts to work toward  badges and patches throughout the year.
Cost:  $3 - resident, $4 - nonresident
There is a minimum fee of $30 per program.

Letterbox Challenge
Letterboxing is a fun activity that combines treasure hunting with rubber stamping. Participants will explore the museum and make their own personal letterbox stamp. The program will conclude with participants solving a mystery and finding a letterbox located somewhere on Third Street!

Art All Around the Town
Explore Geneva’s incredible public art!  On this walking tour, we will visit the Kane County Memorial, the Rainman, the new Lincoln Highway mural and more.  Hear the stories behind the art and learn about the artists who created the community’s masterpieces. You’ll also learn about how the Boy Scouts installed small, concrete dedication markers along the Lincoln Highway in 1928.

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Call 232-4951 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it