Welcome to the Hingham Girl Scout House
The Girl Scout House is a historic treasure located in the center of Hingham. Built for the Girl Scouts in 1930, it continues to serve as a meeting place for Girl Scouts and is available for rent to the public based on availability and purpose.
History & Preservation
The Hingham Girl Scout House was the first house dedicated to Girl Scouts that built in New England, thanks to the efforts of the community at large.
To learn more: History of Hingham Girl Scouts (pdf file)
Please consider making a donation to support the Girl Scout House.
Capacity & Amenities
The House can accommodate up to 150 people auditorium style or 60-80 people at tables. It has a variety of amenities including a heated meeting hall, large indoor fireplace, outdoor area with a fire ring, tables and chairs. Check out the house rentals page for more info about what is available and our 21 Reasons to Stay at the Hingham Girl Scout House.
The House is located at 26 Burr Road in Hingham. It is located on a quiet street across the from a Town playground, tennis courts, and playing fields.
Parking is available on the street but please do not park on the sidewalk directly in front of the house, which is a fire lane. Overflow parking may be found at Town Hall, depending on the day and time.