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To make sure your Girl Scout is prepared, there are many ways you can shop for Girl Scout uniforms, recognitions, gifts and more. Shop online open 24/7

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Or visit one of our five conveniently located shops throughout the Greater Washington Region (see below).

Additional shopping options; phone order: 202 274-3312; fax order: 202-274-2161; or email: gsshop@gscnc.org.

Stay connected. Notification of shop closings due to holidays, inclement weather or staff meetings will be sent to our Girl Scout family through Rallyhood and posted on our Facebook page. Please note all shops are closed Saturdays of a holiday weekend, including Easter and Thanksgiving, when applicable. 

Girl Scout Main Shop
4301 Connecticut Avenue, Suite M-2
Washington, DC 20008
(202) 274-3312 OR (800) 523 - 7898 X212

Hours of Operation
Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri
9:00am - 5:00pm
Thu 9:00am - 8:00pm
Sat 10:00am - 4:00pm

CLOSED
November 24 to 27 - Thanksgiving
December 9 – All staff Meeting/Holiday Party
December 23 to 26 – Christmas
Dec 30 to Jan 2 – New Year


Girl Scout Mobile Shop
202-237-1670 X249

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Centreville Girl Scout Shop
Centreville Square II
5952 Centreville Crest Lane
Centreville, Virginia   20121-2342
(703) 266- 4437

Fall schedule available here.

Germantown Girl Scout Shop
20201 Century Blvd. Suite 100
Germantown, Maryland 20874
(301) 987-8718

Fall schedule available here.


Martinsburg Girl Scout Shop
153 McMillan Court
Martinsburg, West Virginia  25404
Phone: (304) 263 - 8833 or (888) 263 - 8834

Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 10:00am-4:00pm
Saturday 10:00am-2:00pm  - Sep thru Dec

CLOSED
November 24 to 27 - Thanksgiving
December 9 – All staff Meeting/Holiday Party
December 23 to 26 – Christmas
Dec 30 to Jan 2 – New Year


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Usage of the Girl Scout Trademarks and Logos on merchandise is not permitted.
 

Unauthorized usage of the Girl Scout name and trademarks may result in diminished value of the Girl Scout brand.  To ensure optimum brand identity, we need to be clear and consistent about the messages our products and designs convey to Girl Scouts, non-Girl Scouts and potential Girl Scouts. Therefore, everyone in Girl Scouting has a role in protecting the Girl Scout name and trademarks against unauthorized, inconsistent and unlicensed use.