To gain this badge, Cub Scouts must complete three of the following:
Find out about a famous person, past or present, who lived in or near where you live.
Visit and find out about a famous old building, monument, earthworks or other place of historical interest. In either case, discuss what you have found out with your Leader and/or other Cub Scouts.
Find out the meaning of, and collect pictures of, either your County, Borough, District, town or village coat of arms. Tell a leader in how many different places you have seen the coat of arms displayed.
Talk to someone who has lived in your local area for a long time. Find out about what life was like when they were young and what changes they have seen in your local area over the intervening years.
Draw a map of your area and mark on it places of interest.
With other Cub Scouts, go on a short walk in your local area. Point out to the leader any features of interest.
Visit a local emergency services station such as police, fire, ambulance services, coastguard or mountain rescue. Find out how the station is run.