Peoria Riverfront Museum is a great place for scouts of all ages to explore art, science, history, and achievement. Our scouting programs include dedicated merit badge workshops, group tours, and outreach programs.
Every month there is a dedicated merit badge workshop for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Typically they occur on the third weekend of the month from Noon-3 pm. Actual timing, ticket price, and number of tickets available may vary. Some badges have requirements that need to be completed prior to or following the workshop. Please read the event description carefully.
Group rates are available in advance for Scout groups attending the workshop together. For group rates for scout groups call 309.863.3048.
Check back soon for upcoming dates.
Tickets & more info also available at the Museum or by phone: 309.686.7000.
All supplies provided for scouting events unless otherwise noted. All scouting events require a minimum number of participants to run or will be cancelled two business days prior to the start date. Pre-registration required.
Museum Overnight is a rare chance for Scouts and their families to spend a night at the museum. Join us for a night filled with crafts and activities, explore the galleries, and sleep under the stars in the planetarium!
Click here to sign up for the Cub Scout Museum Overnight.
Sign up for the Girl Scout Museum Overnight through the Girl Scouts of Central Illinois website.
Group tours can be reserved for groups of 15 scouts or more. School group rates are extended to scouting troops.
Fore more info about field trip options & pricing - click here.
To reserve a group tour please contact our Group Tours Coordinator at 309.863.3013.
Hands-on education kits are available for Scout leaders at no cost. These kits include educational models, replicas, and activities for every conceivable subject. To learn more about our school loans - click here.
Our astronomy experts can come to you with our reflecting telescope or inflatable planetarium. Learn more about rates and availability - click here.
For additional questions please contact Jack Daleske at 309.863.3048.