About

Girl Scouts
The Girl Scout Museum was created to offer a public service by connecting the public to the culture, history and understanding of the Girl Scout movement in the United States.

We hope to become a learning center for schools, families and communities. We aim to educate others of the achievements of individual women and women as a whole who have been influenced by the Girl Scout movement. We are preserving the cultural and historic heritage of Girl Scouts for future generations.

We are located in the Midwest, in the small town of Ava, Missouri. We are under the Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland Counsel out of Springfield, Missouri. Ava has approximately 94 registered Girl Scouts and 14 adult volunteers.

Our museum is open on Mondays and Tuesdays from 10am to 3pm.

Please stop by for a visit.

The Girl Scout Museum
229 S. Jefferson St.
Ava, Missouri
417-683-0222