Girl Scout Day
Girl Scouts of all ages are invited to the Museum to complete requirements for merit badges and participate in other exciting activities!
We invite Daisies to join us in The 1904 World’s Fair gallery to complete steps for the Vi Petal. We’ll read Vi’s story Friends Around the World, create murals, and do hands-on activities enjoyed by girls in other countries. Join us at the following times:
We invite Brownies to complete requirements for the Celebrating Community Legacy Badge at the following times:
We invite Juniors to complete requirements for the Playing the Past Skill Building Badge at the following times:
Plus, while you’re here, make sure to drop in for some of these fun activities!
10:30am–12:00pm – Radio Disney Live Appearance
Listen to music, dance, play games, and enter to win prizes!
11:30-11:50am – Teens Make History Performance
Local teens take the stage in a short play about local history.
12:00-1:00pm – Lunchtime Program: Mama Lisa presents Mulberry
Bring a lunch and join Mama Lisa for a special performance! While they eat, girls will enjoy a whimsical tale of life on President Thomas Jefferson's Monticello estate as presented from the experiences of the servants interacting on Mulberry Row.
2:00pm – Theatre in the Museum
See a brief, costumed performance about local history.
1:00–3:30pm – Sensing St. Louis Workshop
Visit this sensory workshop for a chance to literally see, touch, smell, taste, and hear St. Louis history! Girl Scouts will receive sensing journals so they can record their experiences at each station. All Girl Scout levels are welcome. This workshop will allow Brownies to complete all requirements for the Senses Skill Building Badge. Drop in any time!