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Community Partners

We are thankful for the many businesses, organizations, and nonprofits that offer special programs and discounts to Girl Scouts and their families!

Below you’ll find a list of partners’ offerings and their contact information. Contact them at your convenience to set up your own fun adventures!

Arts & Culture

Barter Theatre

Barter Theatre, the state theatre of Virginia, offers discounted tickets to Girl Scout groups of 15 or more. Troop members will receive the student rate and no service charges. Special adult pricing is also available for adult attending with the group. This discount offer applies to all performances and at both Barter Theatre stages. Groups must book in advance. Visit for the calendar and list of shows. Barter also offers downloadable study guides for student groups, workshops, tours, and one-on-one talkbacks with the actors as add-on options.

Where: 127 West Main St., Abingdon, VA 24210 map
Price: Varies
Contact: For reservations or more information, call Erica Ramey at 276-619-5453 or email

Barter Theatre also offers badge workshops with teaching artists that will come to your troop meeting. Workshops are offered through Project REAL, Reinforcing Learning through Artistic Learning. REAL can help girls earn the following badge categories in all grade levels: Artist, Citizen, Healthy Living, Performance, Science and Technology, Storytelling, Do It Yourself, Practical Life Skills, Creative Play, Innovation, and Manners.

Where: At your troop meeting, or Barter Theatre if preferred.
Price: Price varies depending on the number of participants. Travel fees will apply. Please contact the director for more details to fit your specific needs.
Contact: Email Barter Director of Education and Project REAL Megan Atkinson at or call 276-698-4765 to book a workshop or for more information.

Blount Mansion

Blount Mansion offers tours and Playing the Past badge workshops.

Where: 200 West Hill Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37902 map
Price: Tour is $4 per girl or adult. Badge workshop is $10 per girl and $4 per adult; this also includes a tour.
Contact: For more information, visit or call 865-525-2375.

Bush Brothers

Visit the Bush Bean's Visitor's Center and learn about this century-old family business. Walk through a giant bean can, learn your weight in beans, take home a souvenir picture, and see a film of how Bush's products are made. You can also visit the general store, and enjoy homemade dishes in the café.

Where: 3901 US Hwy 411, Dandridge, TN 37725 map
Price: Free admission.
Contact: For more information, visit No registration required for individuals or groups under 20 people. Groups of 20+ must make a reservation by calling 865-509-3077.

Explore Knoxville patch

Visit and explore Knoxville museums, historical attractions, and more! Choose from 11 area museums of all varieties to work towards completion of the patch. This patch is unique to our council.

Where: Knoxville
Price: Patches available for purchase in council shops.

The Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center

The Heritage Center offers docent-led museum tours as well as various hands-on activities such as playing authentic pioneer games, participating in a simulated archaeology dig, and using traditional Native American weaponry. Advanced registration is required for docent-led tours and activities. Self-guided tours are also available.

Where: 123 Cromwell Dr., Townsend, TN 37882 map
Price: Reduced admission fee of $4.00 per person for Girl Scouts and their families.
Contact: For more programming information and to schedule a visit, please contact Beth Sutton, Curator of Education, at 865-448-0044.

The Knoxville Museum of Art

The Knoxville Museum of Art offers educational programs and events to Girl Scouts of all ages. Volunteers can schedule a docent-guided tour of KMA’s exhibitions or an art workshop that meets requirements for the following badges: Potter, Jeweler, Book Artist, Textile Artist, Painting, Drawing, Comics, Collage, Photographer, and many more.  A minimum of 12 girls is needed for a workshop.

Where: 1050 Worlds Fair Park Dr., Knoxville, TN, 37916 map
Price: $20 per girl/adult
Contact: Call 865-523-6349 schedule.

Rocky Mount Museum - Playing the Past badge

Earn your Playing the Past badge at Rocky Mount State Historic Site by living life as a girl living on America’s first frontier in the year 1791. Experience firsthand how the early settlers worked and played. Use a quill pen to record your story, and create costume accessories and other crafts to take home. This program takes about four hours.

Where: 200 Hyder Hill Rd., Piney Flats, TN 37686 map
Price: $18 per girl, $6 per adult
Contact: For more information, visit To schedule a visit, email Kristin Turner at or call 888-538-1791.


Scenic City Clay Arts

Brownies can earn all the components of the Potter badge. Girls will start with making their own pinch pot, creating an art piece, see the pottery process, then glaze and take home their own piece! Workshop taught by professional potters. Juniors can earn all the components of the Jeweler badge. They will learn about tools, incorporate clay, metal, and beads into cultural jewelry - inspired by all the diverse cultures around us.

Where: 3202 Kellys Ferry Road, Chattanooga, TN 37419 map
Price: $15 per girl, per workshop
Contact: For more information and to schedule a workshop, visit

Community Service

ETSU College of Nursing

The ETSU College of Nursing offers Girl Scouts of all ages two sites in Johnson City for them to learn and practice community gardening skills. Girls can work at the Johnson City Community Health Center and the JCCHC/Johnson City Housing Authority Partners for Health Clinic. Juniors can work on the Gardener badge, and Seniors can work on the Sow What? Journey and the Locavore badge, but all girls will be giving back to the community by providing fresh fruits and vegetables for residents in need.

Where: Johnson City Community Health Center at 2151 Century Lane, Johnson City; JCCHC/JCHA Partners for Health Clinic at 1136 E. Main St.
Price: Free
Contact: Email Carter Wade at for more information.

First Aid/CPR

CVS Minute Clinic

Brownies and Juniors can complete a free workshop to earn their First Aid badge. Sharon Dimond with CVS Minute Clinic in Farragut will bring this workshop to troop meetings located in Athens, Cleveland, Farragut, Lenoir City, Loudon, and Sweetwater. Requires a minimum of 25 girls.

Where: Varies
Price: Free
Contact: To schedule a workshop, email Sharon Dimond at

Hands On Heart CPR & First Aid

Hands On Heart CPR & First Aid offers Heartsaver CPR, AED, and first aid classes. Classes last 4-4.5 hours. Upon completion, participants will receive a Heartsaver First Aid and/or CPR AED course completion card that is valid for two years. Minimum 3 /Maximum 20. Dress comfortably, as participants will be practicing on mannequins on the floor. Classes are available by request for troop parents/volunteers or service units.

Where: 3712 Ringgold Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37412; instructors will travel up to 150 miles.
Price: First aid class ONLY: $35; First aid class with CPR/AED: $55. 
Contact: Visit to register, or call Tina at 706-913-6892; or Harold at 706-313-4409.

Northeast Tennessee Regional Health Office

Northeast Tennessee Regional Health Office offers healthy living, "The Readys!", and S.W.A.T. workshops for troops. This is only offered to Girl Scout troops in Carter, Greene, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Unicoi, and Washington Counties in Tennessee. See the flyer for contact information for each area

Where: 185 Treasure Lane, Johnson City, TN 37604
Contact: Email

Patricia Neal Rehabilitation Center

Each year, an estimated 1.7 million persons in the United States sustain a brain injury, and thousands more sustain a spinal cord injury. In fact, injury is the leading cause of death among people between the ages of 1 and 44. The ThinkFirst National Injury Prevention Foundation's educational programs are aimed at helping people - especially those at high risk: children, teens and young adults - learn to reduce their risk for injury. Compelling presentations explain how an injury can change a person's life forever and how important it is to make safe choices.

Where: 1901 W. Clinch Ave., Knoxville, TN, 37916. Will travel up to 25 miles from their location.
Contact: View the website for more information

Prime Medical Training

Prime Medical Training offers a Child and Babysitting Safety program. This program provides the fundamentals of starting and running a babysitting business, proper supervision, basic caregiver skills, and interpersonal relationship skills with parents and children. Participants must be 11-15 years old. First aid and CPR certifications are strongly recommended prior to taking this course.

Where: This program can be taken on the road to troop meetings by request, up to 100 miles from their corporate headquarters in Knoxville
Price: $85 per girl
Note: Minimum of 6 girls, maximum of 20 girls per class
Contact: For more information, call 888-288-9049. 

Life Skills

Creative Discovery Museum

The Creative Discovery Museum offers fun and unique overnights for Girl Scouts at the museum. Girls can also work on badges at overnights, just let museum staff know. The event includes dinner at the museum, time in the gift shop, games, badge requirements, and breakfast. Bring your own sleeping bag and pillow!

Where: 321 Chestnut St., Chattanooga, TN 37402 map
Price: $30 per participant
Contact: Call Suzanne Ness at 423-648-6061 or visit their website.

The Cutting Edge Classroom

From knife skills to delicious pizza and pretzels, the Cutting Edge Classroom will help teach Girl Scouts to be comfortable in the kitchen and learn lots of new cooking skills! Troops can also book private cooking classes.

Where: 817 Herron Road, Knoxville, TN 37932 map
Price: Our members can use the coupon code: GIRLSCOUT to get $5 off any of their youth classes.
Contact: For more information, visit or call 865-335-9370.


LearningRx provides one-on-one brain training programs to improve all the skills that make learning and thinking easier and more efficient - such as attention, memory, and processing speed-using the latest in scientific research on neuroplasticity.
Call (423) 305-1599 to schedule a free brain training session to receive an official LearningRx Brain Patch.
Wear your uniform or sash to receive 50% off a complete cognitive skills assessment (regularly $199).

Where: 2040 Hamilton Place Blvd, Suite 780, Chattanooga, TN, 37421
: Varies - program is customizable
Contact: Call (423) 305-1599

Pink Diamond Defense

Pink Diamond Defense offers Girls on Guard, basic self-defense skills based instinctual movements to women and girls in an interactive and fun way. They also teach age-appropriate self-protection information on various topics to include bully defense, friendship drama, social media safety, healthy boundaries, predator awareness, dating safety, and sexual assault/domestic violence protection using every day scenarios Adults do not have to attend, but it is highly encouraged. No males are allowed in classes containing sexual content.

Price: $15 per participant

Prime Medical Training

Prime Medical Training offers a Child and Babysitting Safety program. This program provides the fundamentals of starting and running a babysitting business, proper supervision, basic caregiver skills, and interpersonal relationship skills with parents and children. Participants must be 11-15 years old. First aid and CPR certifications are strongly recommended prior to taking this course.

Where: This program can be taken on the road to troop meetings by request, up to 100 miles from their corporate headquarters in Knoxville
Price: $85 per girl
Note: Minimum of 6 girls, maximum of 20 girls per class
Contact: For more information, call 888-288-9049. 

Safe Diva Defense

Self Diva Defense offers self-defense classes with optional situational awareness/non-lethal weapon training. The classes are based in the following principles: prepare, educate, empower, and protect. Minimum 3/Maximum 20. Classes are available by request for troop parents/volunteers or service units.

Where: 3712 Ringgold Rd., Chattanooga, TN 37412; instructors will travel up to 150 miles. map
Price:  $45 per participant.
Contact: For reservations and more information, call Harold at 706-313-4409 or LaTina at 706-913-6892.

Sprouts Cooking

Sprouts Cooking offers badge workshops and cooking classes for Girl Scouts. Participants will roll up their sleeves and have hands-on cooking experience with real kitchen utensils. They will discover the importance of making healthy choices, taste their creations, and have fun!

Where: Mobile; Will travel anywhere in the Chattanooga area
Price:  $16.50 per girl
Contact: Email or call 423-504-0060 to schedule. Visit for more information. 

Outdoor Skills & Adventure

Adventures Unlimited

Adventures Unlimited Invites Girl Scouts to come experience the adventure of rafting.

Juniors and up: Experience Class I, II, and III rapids on the Hiwassee River Adventure! Visit for more information about this river.

Cadettes and up: Go on a high adventure (Class III & IV rapids) of whitewater rafting on the Ocoee River! Visit for more information about this river.

Minimum of 6 girls required. Adults are welcome and encouraged to participate to fulfill safety ratios.

Price is good for trips Monday – Friday, from April – September when the river is running. Price includes rafting gear, transportation to/from the river, a guided rafting experience, and a FREE night of camping for each troop (Participants should bring their own camping/overnight gear). More details will be provided at registration concerning acceptable clothing and shoes.

Where: 522 US Hwy 64, Ocoee, TN, 37361 map
Price: $36 per person; Catered lunches are available to add on starting at $7
Contact: For more information, and to set up a trip, email, call 800-662-0667, or visit

Appalachian Caverns

Appalachian Caverns provides an educational and fun experience for all. There's a walking tour, three levels of crawling tours, and tons of wildlife.

Where: 420 Cave Hill Rd., Blountville, TN 37617 map
Contact: For more information, and to set up a tour, call 423-323-2337 or visit


Cabela's in Fort Oglethorpe, GA. offers workshops and classes for Girl Scout outdoor enthusiasts, including archery, instruction on camping gear, and more. Troops that participate in workshops also receive a discount on items purchased that day. Contact Cabela’s for a full list of workshops available.

Where: 350 Cobb Parkway, Ringgold, GA 30736 map
Price: Varies
Contact: For more information, visit:, call Marketing Manager Philip Sparn at 706-956-2800, or email

Camp Wesley Woods

Whether you want to study science or just play, any of Camp Wesley Woods' regular outdoor programs can be adapted for your Girl Scout troop.

Where: 329 Wesley Woods Rd, Townsend, TN 37882 map
Contact: Email Melissa at

Chattanooga Audubon Society

The Chattanooga Audubon Society is the oldest conservancy organization in the Chattanooga, offering several different sanctuary areas that feature miles of hiking trails, areas for picnicking, wildlife viewing, and photography, as well as a visitor center, gift shop, and small museum. You can also visit the historic Spring Frog Cabin and Little Owl Village.

Where: Check website for specific sanctuary addresses
Price: Sanctuary admission prices vary by location; check their website for information.
Contact: Call Sanctuary Manager Kyle Simpson at 423-892-1499, email, or visit

Chattanooga Zoo

Two-hour badge workshops led by knowledgeable and experiences staff are available by request. Badge workshops include What are Pets? for Brownies, Naturalist Gardener and Animals & Habitats for Juniors, Naturally Nocturnal for Cadettes, and Voice in Conservation for Seniors. Overnights are also available. Minimum of 8 girls required.

Where: 301 N Holtzclaw Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37404 map
Price: $12 per participant. One adult gets in free with a group reservation. Payment due in full at time of registration.
ContactVisit their website for more information and registration! 

Five Oaks Stables

Five Oaks Stables teaches girls the basics of horseback riding, how to care for horses, and horse safety. Girls also enjoy horseback riding through the foothills of the Smokies. Juniors can earn their Horseback Riding badge. Chaperones are required. This is not a drop-off event.

Where: 1630 Parkway, Sevierville, TN 37862 map
Price: $25 per girl/adult. A 25 percent deposit is required.
Contact: Call Cheri Stitt at 865-329-7088 to make a reservation. Please use promo code "Girl Scouts" when reserving.

Girls Outside

Volunteers from Girls Outside will attend troop meetings and give a presentation on how to prepare for hiking.

Contact: Email Kelly Sturner at

Gander Mountain

You'll get a 10 percent discount as a Girl Scout! Call for details.

Where: 11501 Parkside Dr., Knoxville, TN 37934 map
Note: Only Knoxville Gander Mountain at this time.
Contact: Call 865-671-2790.

The Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center

The Heritage Center offers customized activities and tours for Girl Scouts. Girls may choose four different hands-on activities that revolve around the themes of archaeology, Native American history, and pioneer culture. Scouts can shoot authentic Native American blow guns or throw a handmade Cherokee spear using an atlatl. Girls can role play pioneer chores and play original pioneer games. Girls can also have guided tours of the various galleries.

Where: 123 Cromwell Dr., Townsend, TN 37882 map
Price: $3 per girl plus additional fees for make-and-take crafts; $3 per adult.
Contact: Call Educational Curator Beth Sutton at 865-448-0044 or email

Hungry Mother Adventures Zip Line Tour

Experience the longest, highest, and fastest zip line in Virginia at a special Girl Scout price! It’s nearly a mile of flying through tree tops and over valleys! There is some hiking involved, so proper footwear is required. All other equipment will be supplied. Dress appropriately for weather conditions. 

If troops would like to attend together, without parent/guardian, waivers will need to be completed, by parent/guardian, with a copy of the parent/guardian driver’s license.  This is required for all minor children that will be zip lining. Girl Scouts are responsible for adhering to Safety Activity Checkpoints for grade-level participation. Tour takes approximately 2–3 hours to complete. No concessions available. Portable restrooms on site.

Where: 760 Walker Creek Rd., Marion, VA 24354 map
Price: $44.95 per Girl Scout grade 4-12; $54.95 per adult/other family member. Registered Girl Scouts use Code GSA17 and family members use Code GSA17-P when registering to receive the discount.
Register at For more information, email or call 276-378-0867.

Ijams Nature Center

Ijams Nature Center offers workshops directly to troops.

Where: 2915 Island Home Ave., Knoxville, TN 37920 map
Contact: Email

Knoxville Botanical Gardens and Arboretum

The Knoxville Botanical Gardens and Arboretum is a historic 47-acre venue in east Knoxville, which has formal, community, and educational gardens with urban agricultural service opportunities and event space available. Some badge work available by request.

Where: 2743 Wimpole Avenue, Knoxville, TN 37914 map
Price: Visits to the gardens are free; badge workshop prices vary.
Contact: Email Education Coordinator Anna Reynolds at regarding badge work opportunities. Email Office Manager Heather Story at regarding all other inquiries.

Nantahala Outdoor Center

The Nantahala Outdoor Center offers rafting trips, overnight adventures, and group packages. Choose which river or activities meet the adventure goals of your group: French Broad, Nolichucky, Upper and Lower Pigeon, Nantahala, Ocoee, or Chattooga. Group packages are available for groups over 10 people, and include meals, lodging, and choice of exciting adventures!

Where: Spread across four states, NOC operates trips on eight different rivers and each of the rivers has a dedicated outpost.
Price: Varies by activity and group size.
Contact: Call 828-488-7187, email, or visit

Off the Grid Mountain Adventures

Race your friends and family on Off the Grid Mountain Adventures’ dual 60 MPH zipline! This 3,000-foot long and 300-foot high zipline is one of the longest in the country! Groups are responsible for adhering to Safety Activity Checkpoints for grade level participation.

Where: 1825 Highway 19E, Elizabethton, TN, 37643-6071 map
Price: $50 per girl/adult
Contact: Call Monie McCoury at 423-707-6022 to register. For package information, visit their website.

Onsight Rock Gym

Onsight Rock Gym offers 1.5-hour Troop Climb sessions for grades K-5. It’s intended for participants 12 and under. Troop Climb is $25 per person and requires a minimum of 6 girls. Includes a patch! They also offer a 3-hour Indoor Rock Climbing Badge workshop for grades 6-12. Class is $35 per girl and requires a minimum of 6 girls to book. Also includes a patch.

Where: 5335 Western Ave., Knoxville, TN 37921 map
Price: Varies per class
Contact: Visit to book.

Raccoon Mountain Caverns and Campground

Raccoon Mountain offers guided walking tours, 2–4+ hour Wild Cave Expedition tours (think mud, helmets, and flashlights!), panning for gems, and more. There are group campsites for tents and RVs, and even cabins for those not quite ready to rough it. Any visit to the Caverns will include education on geology, wildlife, cave conservation, and cave formation.

Where: 319 W Hills Dr., Chattanooga, TN 37419 map
Price: Varies
Contact: For more information and registration, email, visit, or call 423-821-9403.

Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature Center

Reflection Riding Arboretum and Nature center is a beautiful nature preserve that’s home to a Class 4 arboretum, plenty of insects and animals, and hiking trails. They offer badge workshops including: Bugs, Hiker, Animal Habitats, Camper, Trees, Night Owl, or Adventurer. Workshops are led by arboretum staff. You may also add on activities to a badge workshop such as canoeing, biking, or hiking. A minimum of seven girls is required for a workshop. At least two adults are required per seven girls, then follow recommended GSUSA ratios.

Where: 400 Garden Rd., Chattanooga, TN, 37419 map
Price: $5.50 per girl; $10 per adult. Does not include badge.
Contact: Email Taylor Berry at

REI Knoxville

REI offers a wide variety of introductory and advanced in-store classes to the community that Girl Scouts are welcome to attend. Examples include: Backpacking Basics, Rock Climbing Basics, Hammocking Basics, Bike Maintenance Basics, Trekking Pole Basics, and more. View their calendar on the REI website, and remember that a life outdoors is a life well lived.

Where: 6700 Papermill Dr., Knoxville, TN 37919 map

Smoky Mountain Llama Trek

Smoky Mountain Llama Trek offers a variety of hikes through the Smokies with experienced guides and friendly, professionally-trained pack llamas. Girls can take a leisurely nature walk or an adventurous trek with their llama friends and learn all about their care.
A waiver must be signed by a parent/guardian of each participating minor.

Where: 640 Padgett Mill Rd., Cosby, TN 37722 map
Price: When making reservations, mention promo code "Girl Scouts" and receive a 20 percent discount on your trek. 
Contact: For more information, visit, or call Steve Garrett at 616-430-0775, or email

Smoky Mountain Tour Connection

Custom and unique Girl Scout packages: Plan your group trip with one call!

Smoky Mountain Tour Connection specializes in customized Girl Scout packages for Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville, Tennessee and Cherokee & Asheville, North Carolina.

Be sure to mention you are a Girl Scout and ask about packages that help with badge requirements.

The Smokies: One of the Southeast’s premier Girl Scout troop & family vacation destinations. The Smoky Mountain Tour Connection has served our customers since 1977. Our 40 years of experience and resources make for a hassle-free, fun-filled vacation which may include: lodging, meals, attractions, theaters, excursions, and the area’s most knowledgeable step on guides and local escorts.

Where: 2539 McGill Street, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 map
Contact: Lora Stormes at 865.908.9100 or

Southwest Virginia 4-H Educational Center

The 4-H Center provides year-round facilities for experiential learning and recreation. The center can also provide Girl Scout badge opportunities, educational programs, ropes course programs, and more. Contact for full details.

Where: 25236 Hillman Highway, Abingdon, VA, 24210. They are willing to travel within 100 miles to provide programs. map
Price: Contact for pricing information
Contact: For more information, call 276-6180 or email

The Island at Pigeon Forge

Girl Scouts of all ages are invited to come play at The Island in Pigeon Forge! There's a 3-story-ropes course, The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, the Thunderdome Bungee experience, and much more! See complete list of rides at

Where: 131 The Island Dr., Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 map
Price: $15 for unlimited rides, $20 for unlimited rides + ropes course. Reservations required to receive these rates. Price is for Girl Scouts (girls/adults only) in uniform or with pin ONLY. Non-members and tagalongs pay regular price.
Contact: For more information or to purchase tickets, call 865-286-0700 or visit


Haunted Knoxville Ghost Tours

Dig into the science behind ghost hunting with a walking tour by Haunted Knoxville Ghost Tours. Girls will learn Knoxville history, work as a team, investigate using a variety of equipment, and come to their own conclusions based on the evidence you find! This is a non-scary patch program! Join in on a popular public tour (Friday and Saturday nights) or schedule your own private tour (for up to 30 people).

Where: Downtown Knoxville
Price: $25 per girl/$30 per adult. Price includes a souvenir lanyard, use of investigation equipment, Ghost Hunting 101 crash course, and a nationally-recognized Ghost Hunter and local historian as your guides. Patches are available for $5 each; they're free if your group is 10 people or more.
Contact: To register, go to their website. Let them know if you'd like to purchase/receive the patch.

Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay

Girl Scouts in Tennessee, Georgia, and Virginia can buy a discounted voucher for two consecutive days in the Kentucky Kingdom amusement park and Hurricane Bay water park. Vouchers are valid on any operating day from April – October 1, 2017. Check the operating calendar to plan your visit. Voucher is also good for free drinks for the holder. One person per troop/group/family must provide proof of TN/GA/VA driver’s license to redeem vouchers at the park. This offer is for all Girl Scouts (girl or adults), non-member parents, adults, siblings, neighbors/friends, etc. Children two and under are FREE. View the event flyer.

Where: 937 Phillips Ln., Louisville, KY, 40209 map
Price: $19.95 per person (TN, GA, and VA residents only) Voucher is good for two consecutive days and includes free drinks.
Contact: Visit to buy a voucher.

Three Rivers Rambler

The Three Rivers Rambler is available for private charter for a 90-minute route along the river. We have two engine options available: $1750 for a diesel train and $2750 for a steam locomotive, both options with seating up to 220 people.

Where: 2560 University Commons Way, Knoxville, TN 37919 map
Price: $1750 or $2750, depending on train chosen.
Contact: For more information and to register, call 865-524-9411, Ext. 123.


Time Out Camp

Includes a guided tour of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, playtime, and organized activities on our interactive ball courts. There’s also a movie and popcorn for all! Program available June through August. 

Where: Women's Basketball Hall of Fame, 700 Hall of Fame Dr., Knoxville, TN 37915 map
Price: $6.50 per girl or adult.
Contact: Call Margo at 865-633-9294 or visit

Women's Basketball Hall of Fame

The Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame is a great venue for your awards programs, banquets, or bridging ceremonies. Contact us to see how we can make your event one to remember.

Where: 700 Hall of Fame Dr., Knoxville, TN 37915 map
Contact: Call Dana or Margo at 865-633-9294. Visit for more information.


WonderWorks offers discounts for groups that have a minimum of 10 Girl Scouts, that register in advance, and that have one person paying for the entire group. A participation patch is included with each admission. This "amusement park for the mind" includes more than 100 interactive exhibits.

Where: 100 Music Rd., Pigeon Forge, TN 37863 map
Price: $11.99 + tax for ages 4-12, $16.99 + tax for ages 13+
Note: Minimum 10 girls, 2 adults
Contact: Visit their website for more information.


Beyond a Brick

Beyond a Brick offers a LEGO Robotics workshop for Juniors and up. Workshops are designed to stimulate creativity, problem-solving and team-working skills, allowing girls to explore problems and invent solutions. Minimum number of girls: 10 / Maximum number of girls: 30.

Where: 7920 Oak Ridge Hwy., Knoxville, TN 37931; will travel up to 60 miles. map
Price: Varies; depends on number of participants and type of class
Contact: Visit their website or email Mention that you are a Girl Scout.  

First Citizens Bank

Contact a local First Citizens Bank branch to have age-appropriate financial lessons brought to troop/service unit meetings. Workshops are for all ages, including adults, and may fulfill some Financial Literacy badge requirements.

Where: 1067 Hamilton Place, Johnson City, TN, 37604; willing to travel up to 30 miles to bring this program to troops. map
Price: Free
Contact: Call Kristan Ginnings at 423-282-0044 or email For more information and directions, visit their website.

The Muse Knoxville

The Muse Knoxville is a hands-on children's science museum with a mission to inspire and empower generations at the intersection of science and art. Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math topics are represented throughout the museum. While most experiences are for kids up to age 10, there are activities for all ages! Add a Planetarium Show (helps with Sky and Night Owl badges) or Science Activity (from Home Scientist or Detective badges) to your field trip for an extra fee. 

Planetarium: The planetarium features movies on a range of topics in astronomy, or choose "Knoxville Skies," a guided star tour. Must be combined with museum admission except for Tuesday and Friday 4:30 star shows or by special arrangement.

Where: Chilhowee Park, 516 N. Beaman St., Knoxville, TN 37914 map
Price: $7 admission/+$2 to add planetarium per person
Contact: Visit for complete information or call 865-594-1494 (opt. 2) to schedule.

Oak Ridge Healthy Waters Program - City of Oak Ridge Stormwater

The Healthy Waters Program is an outreach program within the Stormwater Management Division of the City of Oak Ridge Public Works Department, hosted by the resident AmeriCorps members. This program offers lessons and hands-on activities including games, crafts, experiments and volunteer opportunities for students of all ages dealing with water conservation and quality and basic stormwater principles. This program can be taken on the road to all troop meetings within the City of Oak Ridge

Where:  Troop or Service Unit meeting locations within the City of Oak Ridge, TN
Price: Free
Contact: Call (865) 425-1890, visit, or email

The Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing (RCAM)

RCAM offers a Tech Explorer program, which includes a catapult-building class, to troops/groups.

Where: 305 West Main St., Kingsport, TN 37660 map
Contact: Call 423-354-5275 or visit their website.

Regions Bank

Contact a nearby Regions Bank branch to have age-appropriate financial lessons brought to troop/service unit meetings. Workshops are for all ages, including adults, and may fulfill some Financial Literacy badge requirements.

Where: Participating locations in east Tennessee and northwest Georgia; see available locations. Regions is willing to travel within 15 miles of each branch to bring this program to troop meetings.
Price: Free
Contact: Contact branch location.

Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies

Ripley's Aquarium offers workshops directly to troops.

Where: 88 River Rd., Gatlinburg, TN 37738 map
Contact: Call 888-240-1358 or email

Rocky Mount Museum - Woodworker badge

Earn your Woodworker badge at Rocky Mount State Historic Site. Examine the handiwork of hand-built historic log homes and learn many of the techniques of woodcraft used though the centuries. Each Girl Scout will make a finished woodworking project while learning the basics of carpentry. This program takes about three hours.

Where: 200 Hyder Hill Rd., Piney Flats, TN 37686 map
Price: $18 per girl, $6 per adult
Contact: Email Kristin Turner at or call 888-538-1791.

Space Public Outreach Team

The Space Public Outreach Team (SPOT) is a program run by the Maryland Space Grant. Volunteers are trained and certified to give science, engineering, and space related presentations to the public. Presentations are available for troop meetings or other events. Girls must be accompanied by an adult. 

Where: Knoxville Metro Area
Contact: Emily Beckman at

Tennessee Army National Guard

Tour the Tennessee Army National Guard facility, an Aviation Evacuation Unit that uses and maintains helicopters. See a Black Hawk helicopter, tour the operations center, and meet some of the soldiers. Girls must be accompanied by an adult; ratios while touring the facility are the responsibility of the volunteers.

Where: 2019 Army Drive, Louisville, TN 37777 map
Price: Free
Contact: To schedule a visit, call Jerry Goins at 865-985-4624 or email

VA Highlands Community College

Southwest Virginia troops can arrange to have a one hour to 90-minute interactive show brought to troop meetings about how bridges work, and why they are important.

Service area: SW Virginia
Where: 100 VHCC Dr., Abingdon, VA 24210 map
Contact: Call Assistant Professor Tom Tidwell at 276.739.2409 or email

Zoo Knoxville

Zoo Knoxville offers workshops directly to troops.

Where: 3500 Knoxville Zoo Dr., Knoxville, TN 37914 map
Contact: Call 865-637-5331 or email You can also use this Scout Workshop Reservation Form.