The Gothenburg Scout Museum
Scouternas Kamratförening (The Fellowship Association of Scouts) was formed in 1937, and became the foundation of the Gothenburg Scout Museum.
The Scout Museum is dedicated to preserving and keeping the Scout’s history alive. The collections range from the beginning of Scouting in
1909 to present day, and are displayed as you are accompanied by our competent guides. In 1959, the Ebbe Lieberath Monument was unveiled
in Slottskogen, and it is managed by the Museum. The Museum participates with exhibits at larger camps and other Scout events. In 2011, the
Museum was represented along with the other Swedish Scout Museums at the 22nd World Scout Jamboree in Rinkaby in Skåne.
H.M. King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden on a
visit to the Museum
Where can you find us?
The Museum is located on Utbyvägen 151, Göteborg.
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When are we open?
Every business Monday
If you would like to visit us at another time, please call:
Lennart +46 (0)707 14 23 31