The Hingham Girl Scout House is one of the first Girl Scout Houses built in the country. The Hingham Girl Scouts raised the funds to buy the land and constructed the Girl Scout House in 1929, which today hosts over 30 Troops (an average of 300 Hingham Girl Scouts per year). This does not include any of the workshops, slumber parties and campfires enjoyed by many Girl and Boy Scouts from Hingham and beyond. In addition, the Hingham Girl Scout House has hosted many community events like the annual Haunted House, Daisy Tea Time with Seniors, wreath making by the Garden Club, and is also rented for private events, just to name a few. For the past 10 years local Girl Scouts, with the help of generous townspeople, have fundraised to replace the roof and furnace, repair the front steps, and the removal of dead trees. Most recently we were able to install a new accessible ramp. We could use your help to finish making the whole house accessible by updating the bathroom and kitchen, and replacing the floor in the main room, which has been buckling due to moisture, making it a hazard for people with disabilities.