Girl Scout Programs
The Science Museum of Long Island offers great experiences for scout troops with programs designed to meet the Girl Scout Badge requirements.
Choose from one of our 2 experiences
*please not that we do not provide patches or badges for the program
1.5 hour badge program
Fee: $185 - 15 scouts max*
*limits based on Covid protocols
Available Program Times
Monday - Thursday: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Weekends: 10:00 am - 11:30 am, 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm, 3:00pm - 4:30 pm
Note: Due to safety concerns, we are changing the overnight experience to a friday night only experience. The cost of this program is $280 = 15 scouts max
2: Sleepover at the Science Museum.
Fee: $420 up to 15 scouts ($28 for each additional scout, 25 max)
Indoor activity options will be available in case of inclement weather. Troops are responsible for bringing dinner, b
breakfast, s’more ingredients, sleeping bags, blankets, videos, DVDs and games.
Friday night Saturday morning
5:30-6:00 pm- Troop arrives, settles in, and has dinner 7:00-8:00 am- Breakfast and pack up belongings
6:00-7:30 pm- Badge Program 8:00-9:00 am- Beach Walk
8:00-9:30 pm- Campfire and night hike 9:00am- Troop departs
Girl Scout Badge Options
5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for animals Journey
Earn the Birdbath Award through live animal encounters with our amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. Learn where the
animals live, what they eat, and how to care for them.
WOW! Wonders of Water Journey
Learn about water and why it is important. Explore ways to keep water clean and take an incredible journey through the
water cycle. Explore our beach and learn about the animals that make it their home.
Experiment with science using household materials. Create slime, learn about density, explore exciting chemical
reactions and more
Get ready to set out on an outdoor adventure. Learn about what supplies are important, prepare a snack, and journey
thorough our 36 acre preserve.
get up close with our live animals and learn what they need to survive. Investigate different types of pets and their needs.
Learn the difference between insects and spiders as you get up close to our live hissing cockroaches and tarantula. Go on
a bug hunt and set up a terrarium to keep a specimen you find
A crime has been committed and we need the best scouts to help us solve it. Learn to analyze a crime scene, collect
evidence, and solve a mystery.
Come meet out live animals and explore the world in which they live. Learn how animals are being threatened in our
changing environment and what can be done to help them.
Through the use of a compass, maps, and GPS devices, you will find our secret hiding place for treasure. Create an item to
trade that will be discovered by another Girl Scout troop.
Camping requires the right skills, proper equipment, and knowledge to stay safe. Learn how to build a campfire, cook
outdoors, and practice using a compass.
Learn about the stars, planets, and constellations in out portable STARLAB planetarium. Meet one of the museums
nocturnal animals and learn how they adapt to the dark.