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Ogden Museum Girl Scout Program 

Girl Scouts of all ages are invited to participate in Ogden Museum Girl Scout Program. Choose from a variety of offerings tailored specifically for each troops’ needs. During the two-hour program, scouts will explore the world of Southern art, while working towards the completion of a badge. Each program includes a guided tour of the Museum followed by an art-making activity led by educator Jewel Campbell. 

Badges are not provided by Ogden Museum. 

Program details: 

  • Program fee: $100.00 – includes a tour and art activity for up to 10 scouts.
    • Additional scouts: $10/per scout.
    • Two adult troop leaders admitted free (additional chaperones will be charged the group rate of $11.00 per person).
    • Fee includes all art supplies.
  • This program lasts 2 hours.
  • Program is offered on select Saturdays from 10 a.m.  to 12 p.m.
  • We require full payment one week prior to the program date. 

Available program dates for 2022 to 2023:

  • December 3 and 10
  • January 7 and 28
  • March 4 and 18
  • April 8

All dates are on a first come, first serve basis. 

To book Ogden Museum Girl Scout Program or for more information, please contact Michelle Pontiff, Education Manager at 504.539.9624 or via email at mpontiff@ogdenmuseum.org.


For Daisies

Troop Leaders may choose one of the following options that are focused on character-building concepts and earn each of the Daisy Petals below.

  • Daisy Green Petal — Scouts earn a Green Petal by touring the Museum and discussing artworks where artists Use Resources Wisely through reusing and recycling materials and found objects. The tour is followed by a collage art activity utilizing recycled materials.
  • Daisy Sunny Petal — Scouts earn a Sunny Petal through a tour of the Museum and discuss how to be Friendly and Helpful in both the Museum and the art studio. The tour is followed by an art activity focused on collaborative mural-making.

For Brownies

Scouts earn the Painting Badge by touring the Museum and discussing how different artists portray ‘the real world’ around them. The tour is followed by an art activity focused on landscape painting.

For Juniors

Scouts earn the Drawing Badge by touring the Museum and discussing the variety of media that artists use to draw. An art activity focused on drawing techniques, such as shading and perspective follows the tour.


To book a Girl Scout Group Tour or for more information, please contact Michelle Pontiff, Education Manager at 504.539.9624 or via email at mpontiff@ogdenmuseum.org.