Throughout the world there are many Scouting memorials, monuments and gravesites.
- Baden-Powell grave - Nyeri, Kenya, near Mount Kenya. His gravestone bears a circle with a dot in the center, which is the Boy Scout trail sign for "I have gone home": I have gone home
- Baden-Powell "Paxtu" Cottage - On the grounds of the "Outspan Hotel", Nyeri, Kenya   
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- Scout statue of the St. Emeric monument, Budapest
- ZHP Memorial
- Brownsea Island Scout Camp
- Plaque at Seton Birthplace, Wellington Terrace, South Shields, Durham (now part of South Tyneside)
- Scout Memorial, Nelson, Lancashire
- Buffalo Statue and Lawn, Gilwell Park, Epping Forest, London - commemorates the Unknown Scout who helped spread Scouting to the United States
- Bust of Robert Baden-Powell, Gilwell Park
- The Ideal Scout, Gilwell Park - a copy of the original statue in Philadelphia
- "Szare Szeregi" Monument in Berry's Bay, Canada
- Ernest Thompson Seton Park, Toronto, Ontario
- Historic Plaque, Lindsay, Ontario
- The Seton Centre, Carberry, Manitoba
- Seton Bridge, Spruce Woods Provincial Park, Manitoba
- Historic Plaque and Seton Woodland Park, on the Trans-Canada Highway (east of Carberry, Manitoba)
- Seton Coulee, near Runnymede, Saskatchewan
- The Ernest Thompson Seton Medal - awarded annually by the Manitoba Naturalists Society
- Boy Scout Memorial in President's Park, 15th Street and Constitution Ave NW, Washington, D.C.
- The Ideal Scout, a statue outside the Cradle of Liberty Council headquarters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Each local council office and the BSA Headquarters in Irving, Texas also have copies.
- Daniel Carter Beard
- Daniel Carter Beard Bridge
- Beard Statue in Covington, Kentucky
- Daniel Carter Beard Memorial Square, New York City 
- Daniel Carter Beard School, New York City
- Beard gravesite, Brick Church Cemetery aka Reformed Church Cemetery, New Hempstead, New York,
- Mt. Beard, a peak near Mt. McKinley in Alaska was named in Beard’s honor.
- William D. Boyce
- Boyce gravesite, Ottawa Avenue Cemetery, Ottawa, Illinois
- "Green Bar Bill"
- Hillcourt grave - buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery (Row 8, Block I) in Mendham, New Jersey (near Schiff Scout Reservation).
- Ernest Thompson Seton
- James E. West
- First Boy Scout Troop in the United States in Burnside, Kentucky
- First Boy Scout Troop in the United States in Pawhuska, Oklahoma
- The last major promotional activity of the Lincoln Highway took place on September 1, 1928, when at 1:00 p.m. groups of Boy Scouts placed approximately 3,000 concrete markers at sites along the route to officially mark and dedicate it to the memory of Abraham Lincoln. The markers were placed on the outer edge of the right of way at major and minor crossroads, and at reassuring intervals along uninterrupted segments. Each sign carried the Lincoln Highway insignia and directional arrow, and a bronze medallion stating "This Highway Dedicated to Abraham Lincoln".
- Jamboree Road in Newport Beach, California, Site of the 1953 Jamboree
- Four Chaplains memorial
- The Memorial Mall at Camp Tuckahoe -Dedicated to members of the "Council Eternal" (a Scout or Scouter who has died). 
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- Ernest Thompson Seton, Keeper of the Wild. (1974). Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
- Seton's Manitoba. (1984). Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
- Chief Scout Of The World geocache (GCM40K)
- Baden Powell, Robert (1938). "Birds and Beasts in Africa". MacMillan and Co, LTD. http://pinetreeweb.com/bp-birds-&-beasts-04.htm.
- "Paxtu: Baden-Powell's Home at Nyeri, Kenya". ScoutWeb South Africa. 1965. http://www.scouting.org.za/seeds/paxtu.html.
- Kentucky Historical Marker Number: 50 Location: 322 East Third Street, Covington, Kenton County, Description: Boyhood home of "Uncle Dan," youth leader, outdoorsman, artist and author. Born in Cincinnati and later came to Covington to live. Inaugurated Boy Scout movement in America, 1905, and was one of the first National Commissioners of the Boy Scouts of America. He was awarded the first medal for outstanding citizenship of state of Kentucky.