Opened in 2004, Lincoln resident Kathie Crispin, a life-long Girl Scout and leader, created the Girl Scout Museum with her own collection of scouting memorabilia. Dedicated to the preservation of historical artifacts of various scouting organizations, the museum features exhibits devoted to Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Pioneer Girls, Campfire Girls, and other similar youth organizations. Among the displays are Girl Scout uniforms dating as far back as 1918. The museum also offers scrapbooking sessions for scout groups. Other scouting-related items and gifts are also sold within the museum.