The Coastal Heritage Society runs 6 historical museums and sites and 5 of them have girl scout-centered programs to choose from.
At Old Fort Jackson in the Girl Scout Militia Program, scouts will be trained to send messages with Signal Corps flags and by telegraph and taught how to load and fire a cannon!
At the Georgia State Railroad and Savanah History Museum, scouts will be introduced to three generations of the Gordon Family and learn how each served Savannah, the country, and influenced Juliette Low’s life.
At Pin Point Heritage Museum, scouts will learn about the community of Pin Point and the African roots of its thriving Gullah culture. They will also participate in activities that touch on Gullah foodways, music, language, and more.
Finally, at the Harper-Fowlkes House, scouts will learn how preservationist and businesswoman, Alida Harper Fowlkes’ dreams and determination decided the fate of the house and the objects in it, as well as the fates of several other properties in the city.
Learn more about all the attractions and how to book at chsgeorgia.org