Welcome to the Arnold L. Anderson House in Attleboro, Massachusetts!
The Anderson House is a “home away from home” for local Girl Scouts. More than 20 troops for girls of all ages meet here each week.
We have a rich history of supporting Girl Scouts by providing a pleasant and convenient place to meet, have fun, get to know each other, and grow. We work hard to keep costs to a minimum and raise funds for the girls through various fundraisers.
One way you can help us is when you shop at Amazon. All you need to do is go to smile.amazon.com and select the Anderson House as your charity. It does not raise the price of your purchase, but instead we get a little of Amazon’s profits.
We invite you to look around, see how we support Girl Scouts, and (we hope) help us in supporting our girls in any way that you can.
More About the Anderson House
Thank YOU, Supporters!
So many organizations and individuals have helped the Anderson House over the years—and continue to help us! That support has enabled many hundreds of Girl Scout troops to meet, learn, bond, and have fun here.
Thinking of Joining Scouts?
Girl Scouts is open to all girls from kindergarten through high school. Scouts is a great place to make new friends, plan and participate in many fun activities, and learn new skills.
Please click the link below to read about parking before you visit. We also have other guidelines to make sure everyone gets the most out of the Anderson House. These include what to do when it looks like the weather may be a problem, and more.