Be prepared to visit the '64 World's Fair pavilion for the Boy Scouts of America! Also known as The Wonderful World of Scouting. We all know that Boy Scouts are trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, reverent, and low in saturated fat. They'll Do A Good Turn Daily - any more than that makes you dizzy.
Yeah, yeah, I already told them about the trustworthy stuff. Aren't scouts "radiant", "humble" and "terrific" too? I can't find too much specific information about the exhibits, although I think it's safe to say that there were probably photos of scouts doing wondrous things throughout the years, not to mention uniforms, merit badges, and probably a few notable scouts. Did you know that Hank Aaron was a Boy Scout? Or Neil Armstrong? The list goes on and on, believe me.
The coolest item in the Scouting pavilion was this mini-"Unisphere". If I had one it would look splendid out by the topiary maze or the koi pond! I hope that this still exists somewhere (it's too chunky to be the one that can be seen at the "Leisure World" retirement village in Arizona).