The recently renovated Girl Scout Museum at Camp Cedar Hill is home to one of the most extensive collections of Girl Scout memorabilia in the country, including photographs, uniforms, badges, and artifacts. The museum is open for visits, scheduled tours, and more.
The Girl Scout Museum at Cedar Hill is located at 265 Beaver Street in Waltham, and is open for custom visits 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 visit.
The museum rents 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 uniform fashion show, or bring a school report to life. A variety of program kits and flags are available to offer hands on learning and fun at no charge to our Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts members.
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.
Our museum is entirely volunteer-run. Please consider making a donation to support our ability to offer resources and tours free of charge to our members as well as properly preserving Girl Scout history for generations to come.