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Registration opens February 18!


The Girl Scout National Convention is slated to take over Orlando, Florida from October 21 - 25. 

GSUSA’s G.I.R.L. 2020 page has the most up-to-date information and special announcements. 

The G.I.R.L. 2020 G-Team has created a G.I.R.L. 2020 Troop Travel Guide to get your troop started on the path to Orlando!  Check out this document for a sneak-peek at events, costs, and schedules. Your troop can start planning now! Registration opened February 18, so register now!


Ticket Information

Registration for G.I.R.L. 2020 in Orlando opened Feb. 18!  Full-access tickets are designed for Adults, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors.  They allow participation in all events—the National Council Session, Opening and closing ceremonies, Breakout and keynote sessions, the Saturday evening celebration party, and Admission to the G.I.R.L. Expo. 

There are three options to get your full-access tickets that will allow entrance to all events from Oct. 20-Oct. 25: 

  • The Trendsetter package, available Feb. 18-Mar. 31, is $345 per adult and $295 per girl (grade 6 and up), and includes discounted park tickets, a swag bag, reserved session seating, and early session entry.
  • The Early Bird package, available Apr. 1-Jul. 31, is $345 per adult and $295 per girl (grade 6 and up), and includes discounted park tickets and a swag bag.
  • General admission, available Aug. 1-Oct. 16, is $395 per adult and $345 per girl, and includes a swag bag.    


Payment is NOT due in full. Deposits will be accepted for as little as $50 to lock in trendsetter and early bird pricing.  Final payment will be due Sept. 30.  

The G.I.R.L. Expo (Hall of Experiences) is open to all—troops, girls, boys, & families—on Oct. 24-25.  One-day tickets will be available for purchase starting Mar. 2 at a reduced rate until Oct. 23.  Single tickets are $16 per person per day, a bundle of four tickets is $50, and a bundle of 10 tickets is $100.  

The Family Trendsetter package will also be available Mar. 2. It will be offered until Mar. 31, and include the Orlando Experience (theme park admission and special events, Expo tickets, and special offers for Orlando hotels).

GSUSA-endorsed hotels will be open for reservations in early March.  You will only be able to make reservations in the Girl Scout block of rooms after registering for the convention.  GSUSA-endorsed hotels will be open for reservations in early March.  You will only be able to make reservations in the Girl Scout block of rooms after registering for the convention.  By booking with the hotels GSUSA has contracted with, you'll have access to exclusive rates and added benefits, and know they have been inspected and approved.

Council Day Trip - Oct. 24

Events & Partnerships is organizing a bus trip from Tampa to Orlando to the G.I.R.L. EXPO—Hall of Experiences on Saturday, October 24. The trip is open to Girl Scout members only – girls and adults. If interested please complete this form and we will follow up with you in March with complete details about this opportunity including cost of the trip.  


Along with the convention, where Girl Scouts embrace the grand sisterhood by convening with Girl Scouts from all over the country, and where delegates vote on issues in Girl Scouting, there event will also feature the world’ largest girl-led event for girls on October 23 - 25. 

Hosted by Girl Scouts of the USA, the mega event, aptly named G.I.R.L. 2020, will provide attendees with unforgettable experiences as they gain inspiration, tools to empower themselves, and the know-how to lead change in their communities—connecting with some of the most influential women in the world along the way. So awesome!

Girl Scouts and Troop Leaders who are ready for long-distance travel are encouraged to plan a Troop Trip to attend this special event. 

Not sure if your troop is ready?  Have your girls, parents and guardians, and troop leaders take the “Am I ready for travel?” quiz on pages four to six of the Girl Scout Guide to U.S. Travel.  If girls aren’t quite ready, know that you should start practicing travel now to prepare by October 2020.