Girl Scout Museums
Girl Scouting has a proud history and a rich tapestry of traditions. Troops are welcome to visit the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts’ museums and explore the world of fun in Girl Scouting. Troop visits to the museums are free. For more info
The Girl Scout Museum
at North Andover
Located at Girl Scouts Service Center 1740 Turnpike Road, North Andover, MA 01845
All visits include hands-on experiences. Topics for troop visits:
- The History of Girl Scouting
- Girl Scouts Through the Decades
- All About Brownies
- The Life of Juliette Gordon Low
- All About Our Museum
- The World of International Girl Guides and Girl Scouts
Reservations are required. For reservations, call volunteer Polly Armstrong at 978-774-4880 or the Girl Scout Service Center at 978-701-6321.
The Girl Scout Museum
at Cedar Hill, Waltham
Located at Girl Scouts property Cedar Hill 265 Beaver Street, Waltham MA 02452
This museum features exhibits that include photos, uniforms and many other items of historical interest. Learn how Girl Scouting has evolved since Juliette Gordon Low founded the first troop in 1912. Your troop will enjoy hands-on activities, games, songs and stories in the museum. Girls can work towards various Try-its, badges, and Interest Projects on their visits.
Historical uniforms are available to borrow for events. Adults can review our archives, old town files, photos, news clippings, handbooks, songbooks and scrapbooks.
We also offer a special program for troops called Tea with Juliette which is just for girls in fourth grade and older (Juniors and above). You can call to schedule a time for your troop. ($8 per girl)
Reservations are required. For reservations, contact the museum at 781-373-4360 or firstname.lastname@example.org. A volunteer will return your inquiry.
The Emma Hall Museum
of Girl Scouting
Located at the Girl Scout Service Center 111 East Grove Street, Middleboro, MA 02346
A self-guided tour of the museum collection takes you through the interesting display of Girl Scout memorabilia and there are hands-on activities for girls. Learn about some of the women of Girl Scouting in the early days. Interestingly, one of the first troops in the country was in New Bedford.
Reservations are required. For reservations, call the Girl Scout Service Center at 774-766-6943.