Washington DC is a popular destination for Girl Scouts from across the country. The Girl Scout Council of the Nation's Capital welcomes you and hopes you have an enjoyable visit. For visitors with disabilties, view this accessiblity guide for everything accessible in DC. These suggestions are a starting point for planning your trip and are not exhaustive. Enjoy your planning and we'll see you downtown! View Map for Girl Scouts Rock the Mall
Tuesday, June 5
|Wednesday, June 6
12pm – 5pm
|Thursday, June 7
12pm – 5pm
|Friday, June 8
12pm – 5pm
|Saturday, June 9
Closed for Girl Scouts Rock the Mall
|Sunday, June 10
10 am - 2 p
The Girl Scouts Rock the Mall Welcome Center offers:
- A history exhibit highlighting 100 years of Girl Scouting, vintage uniforms, archival objects and historical photographs
- An art exhibit shows artworks created by GSCNC Girl Scouts to celebrate the Centennial of Girl Scouting
- Information about interesting sites in DC
- Special Girl Scout-only offers that are available to our visitors
- A frequently updated calendar of events happening throughout the week of Girl Scouts Rock the Mall
- A SWAPs map where Girl Scouts from across the country can share their SWAPs
- A great meeting place for pen pals and troops who want to connect with other troops from around the country!
- Information about Girl Scouts Rock the Mall sponsors like Dove, EFTours, Nestle and the Purple Promise Foundation
- Helpful staff and volunteers from the Girl Scout Council of the Nation’s Capital, EF Tours and DestinationDC
Pepco Edison Place Art Gallery: 701 Ninth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20068
The entrance to the Edison Place Gallery is on Eighth Street between G and H streets, directly behind the Pepco headquarters entrance. The Gallery Place Chinatown Metro station servicing the green, red and yellow lines is within walking distance of the Gallery. Street parking and public parking garages are available nearby. View Larger Map
The Pepco Edison Place Art Gallery is located steps away from the National Portrait Gallery, where the portrait of Juliette Gordon Low is featured, and just 3 blocks from the Presidents Gallery by Madame Tussauds, where a brand new wax figure of Juliette Gordon Low has just been unveiled.
Thank you to Pepco for their generous donation of the Pepco Edison Art Gallery space for the Welcome Center.
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