Girl Scouts

Playing the Past 

This program will take scouts back in history and discover what it's like to be an immigrant coming to Philadelphia at the turn of the century. While pretending to be an immigrant to Philadelphia, they learn about the hardships of travelling to a new world with your family and becoming and American.

Wonders of Water 

Girl Scouts will learn about healthy waterways and investigate the impact that humans have on marine habitats and solutions to help. Strategies will be learned that can be passed on to friends and communities, making Girl Scouts ambassadors of clean and healthy waterways.  

The Playing the Past and Wonders of the Water Programs are both Seaport Slumbers at the Museum. Our overnight programs include a complimentary late-night snack and light breakfast. The program is $50 per person with a requirement of a minimum of 30 people to reserve a night. Dates are flexible and can be arranged to accommodate your group. Please note, badges must be acquired from Girl Scouts of America

Woodworker 

Girl scouts participating in our woodworker badge experience what it's like to work in our very own Workshop on the Water. Scouts learn all the basics to woodworking while creating their own tool box. Please note that this is a day program only. Day programs are $15 per student. 

For additional information, please call 215-413-8663 or email mmajowicz@phillyseaport.org