Award Programs

Tiger Safe and Smart Adventure Award

Heads up, Scouts! It’s time to do your best to be safe and smart Tigers. This adventure will help Tigers know what to do in an emergency.  Tigers will learn the right way to call 911 in an emergency and they will also learn other important safety tips. Tigers can be an important helper to police and firefighters by knowing and practicing safety plans. Safe Tigers can help teach their families what to do in an emergency. Come earn your award at the Fire Museum of Maryland, and visit with a real Firefighter!

Wolf Collections and Hobbies Adventure Award

You can collect just about anything: miniature toy cars, lunch boxes, patches, baseball cards, stamps, coins, postcards, and drawings to name a few. Wolves may already have a group of one of their favorite things at home but they've never called it a collection. Now it’s time to explore what your Wolves are interested in, fascinated with, amazed by, or like a lot. Start collecting, Wolves! Wolves will have the opportunity to display their collection, tour the museum, and learn important fire safety information while earning their award at the Fire Museum of Maryland. 

Wolf Hometown Heroes Adventure Award

In this adventure, Wolf Scouts will learn about the heroes within their community. By getting to know some real-life heroes and honoring their service, the Wolves will see the importance of living the Scout Oath and Scout Law, along with gaining an understanding of what makes a hero. Wolves will learn about the early citizen heroes of firefighting, and explore the Great 1904 Fire through immersive experiences: see and hear the what it was like in the Alarm office at the breakout of the fire, view actual apparatus and artifacts from the fire, and learn about its heroes.  

Webelos Build My Own Hero Adventure Award

Through this adventure, Webelos Scouts will discover what being a “hero” means to them as well as the community they live in. Boys will meet local heroes and learn about everyday heroism around the world. Each Scout will also imagine his own superhero and create a story of how that hero helps others. Webelos will learn about the early citizen heroes of firefighting, and explore the Great 1904 Fire through immersive experiences: see and hear the what it was like in the Alarm office at the breakout of the fire, view actual apparatus and artifacts from the fire, and learn about its heroes.  

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Open Saturdays Year around 10-4

Summer Hours:

Wed.-Sat. 10-4 June-August

Tours available by appointment 7 days a week.

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