The renovation of the Girl Scout Museum at Cedar Hill is complete. Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, October 28, the museum reopened, unveiling a 21st century facility thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor.
We rent original, vintage Girl Scout and international uniforms, as well as U.S. and international flags. Our museum resources will help you enhance a troop meeting or service unit event, host a fashion show, or bring a school report to life. In addition to uniform fashion show program kits, we rent a variety of program kits to offer hands on learning and fun at a troop meeting, service unit event, or encampment. The rental fee for all program kits is $20 per kit. A deposit of $25 is required. Learn more.
The Girl Scout Museum at Cedar Hill is located at 265 Beaver Street in Waltham, and is open for visit by individual Girl Scouts, troops and other groups. Our volunteer curators and docents are eager to share their passion for history. Contact us to schedule a free visit.
We accept donations of local Girl Scout news clippings, town records and items of Girl Scout memorabilia. Archives include primary source photographs, newspapers and artifacts connected to the beginnings of the Girl Scout Movement in Massachusetts, and showcasing life in Boston, Waltham and New Bedford over the past 100 years. Email us for more information.
Check out the GSEMA Ultimate Guide to learn more about our upcoming Museum Programs.
Read our Museum at Cedar Hill brochure to learn more about the programs and services we offer.
Watch our NewTV episode featuring museum volunteers Janet Coombs and Francine Edwards.