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Scout Programs

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, a Garden for all seasons, provides guests a chance to reconnect with nature. The breathtaking Visitor Pavilion welcomes visitors to 110 acres of spectacular gardens including a children’s garden, a conservatory dedicated to the display of tropical plants and orchids, a Dry Piedmont Prairie, annual and perennial displays, sparkling fountains, walking trails and more.

Girl Scouts

Journeys Awards & Badges

Are you a troop leader interested in aligning Girl Scout Journeys Awards and badges with outdoor programming? Or, are you interested in meeting requirements for multiple badges? Extend your program time and spend the day at the Garden! Look no further!

Cost:  $100/up to 12 Girl Scouts and 3 Chaperones
$6.95/each additional Girl Scout
$12.95/each additional Chaperone
(pricing includes General Admission to the Garden, 10% discount for Garden members)

Payment is due two weeks in advance of program. Reservations will NOT be guaranteed unless payment is received two weeks in advance of program. Programs are held rain or shine. In the event of severe inclement weather, troops can reschedule their visit. No refunds will be issued due to weather.

Program Times: 60-90 minutes
(If additional time is needed to fulfill multiple badge requirements, an extra fee will apply)

Badges (partial to full completion)

DAISY 
Clover Petal
Rosie Petal

BROWNIE
Senses Badge
Bugs Naturalist Badge

JUNIOR
Gardener Badge
Flowers Naturalist Badge
Investigate Award

CADETTE
Trailblazing Badge

Cub & Boy Scouts

Scouts can participate in fun, interactive, outdoor, skill-based and educational activities all year long with expert Garden instructors. Contact us to learn more about earning your adventure loops or pins and/or merit badges at the Garden.

Questions?

To learn more about planning your scout program at the Garden or to schedule a program, contact our Education Team at (704) 829-1270 or keller@dsbg.org.

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