Programs at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center aim to bridge the relationship that exists between the natural sciences. Join us to explore topics that fulfill journey, badge, try-it, elective or pin requirements.
1-2 hours in length
Programs can be booked after
school, on selected school
holidays and Sundays
$9/scout (minimum 10 scouts or
$80 per workshop); no charge for
Scout troops may also register for any of our hour-long school programs, which include natural history, social studies, planetarium and farm education topics. Learn more.
Girl Scout Programs
The Stamford Museum & Nature Center offers programs for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors that fulfill petal, try-it and badge requirements. We can also work with groups on programs for the new National Leadership Journeys.
Petals: Using Resources Wisely, Make the World a Better Place
Journey Awards: Golden Honey Bee Award, Clover Award, Birdbath Award
Try-its: Animals, Earth & Sky, Eco-Explorer, Outdoor Adventurer, Plants, Science in Action, Space Explorer, Watching Wildlife, Water Explorer
Journey Awards: The Connect Key, LOVE Water, SAVE Water
Badges: Earth Connections, Finding Your Way, Plants and Animals, Rocks Rock, Sky Search, Weather Watch, Wildlife
Journey Awards: Energize Award, Investigate Award
Boy Scout Programs
Tiger: Learn about Animals; Feed the Birds; Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Bear: Space, Weather, Farm Animals, American Indian Life
Webelos: Forester pin, Naturalist pin
For additional information contact Lisa Monachelli, Director of Education
at 203.977.6568 or email email@example.com.