But if you can't get to Israel you can now see the scroll, minus the museum setting. Jim Davila notes that an online version of the scroll can be viewed at the Israel Museum web site. You can roll the scroll to various spots and zoom in on the ancient Hebrew text. It even tells you what column you are in so you can compare the actual scroll with whatever translation you are using.
Incidentally, you can also view the Temple Scroll as well. Both pages will take some time to load the first time you view it, but afterwards it is easy to use.