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Juliette Gordon Low Historic District consists of three buildings—the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace (also known as Wayne-Gordon House, First Girl Scout Headquarters, which was the carriage house for the Andrew Low House, converted for use by the Girl Scouts in May–June 1912, and said Andrew Low House, is a site in Savannah, Georgia, significant for its association with Juliette Gordon Low and the founding of the Girl Scouts of the USA.
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|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
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Well ran tour and well maintained. Get the Savannah Safari book and extend your adventure and earn a badge upon completion.
The Regency style home is a mansion and quite beautiful inside and out. Its worth a tour.
Great and very interesting tour. They'll be aware that this is a Girl Scout thing and there will be a bunch of small children on your tour. If you were or have any interest in the Girl Scouts definitely interesting but that is the focus of the tour. Tours are given every hour at about a quarter past, make a reservation ahead of time in the summer
the staff was so kind and friendly. My little Girl Scout loved this place!!
I will be leaving my old review at the bottom for history. First off, thank you Girl Scouts for the addition of a page on your web site that clearly calls out the days you are closed including the 5K day, I have a feeling that this will be a huge help! We returned on 4/29/2017 and were able to visit the shop and tour the house. The Gift shop was really great and had just enough stuff so that you can get a reminder of your trip without having a bunch of stuff that you wouldn't be interested in. The House tour was wonderful and presented a lot of information about the founder of Girl Scouts along with a lot of Savannah history. I was quite surprised at the condition of the house, it was in excellent condition and it is hard to believe that thousands of people visit every year. All around this was a great historic site, not just for the Girl Scout history, but for the Savannah history as well. This is my old review, I might have been a bit harsh, but kudos to the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace fro stepping up and making it so that others don't have to suffer my fate. Get it together Girl Scouts, I was there the day of some 5K road race on a Saturday when they were supposed to be open but nope, they were closed without even a sign or explanation I might add. I am not exaggerating when I say that in the few minuets I was there about thirty people stopped and said "Oh, there not open, too bad I wanted to see this." Among those people was a not too happy looking Girl Scout in uniform. I will edit this review if I ever get to actually see inside the place. You have a web site, and the ability to make signs you might have wanted to do that on 11/5/2016
Wonderful tour of the childhood home of Daisy Low. Tour guide was very knowledgeable and keep us interested in learning more. Great way for all girls to see first hand that girls can do anything!
A great tour stop as you explore Savannah for both Girl Scouts and non. Juliette is a great role model for women today and it's wonderful that her home and life story are shared with the public.
A must see in Savannah if you are or were ever a Girl Scout. I wasn't, but I enjoyed visiting the house. A cute little gift shop is in the basement for purchasing patches exclusive only to the Lowe house.
My wife's family, the Gordon's have been upset with the changes. Both she and I agree though that with tour groups seeing the history first and gaining an appreciation of Daisy Gordon Lowe, the room which is now interactive displays will be good for empowering young girls for their future.
Very interesting to learn about the beginning of girl scouts and the drive that Juliette Gordon Low had to learn new things so she could teach others how to be independant and principles of helping our country.
I am a 'lifer' girl scout. My college-age daughters went through all levels of scouting and are lifetime members, therefore this place was much more than just a historic landmark on the to-do list. However this place is a treasure - so many period artifacts and historical facts of interest to all. Our guide did a great job and answered all questions. The gift shop is lovely, with not just girl scout items, but also women-juried products.
My daughter, a girl scout, really liked the JGL house. She learned a lot as so did I. We really liked the decor and preservation efforts. The garden was lovely. The tour guide was awesome. She interacted with us and was very knowledgeable about the house.
I personally learned so much. Awesome Time with the Girlscouts
I was in scouts as a child and enjoyed the tour! The house contains some wonderful antiques and the architecture was wonderful as well! The chandeliers and lighting were great examples of period pieces. If you have the time and enjoy historic homes, this is worth a look.
Great place to visit if you have a Girl Scout.. They earn a pin and learn about the history of the organization
Lovely house with a fascinating (and empowering) story. Loved the tour and the memoribilia!
This is the Top of the Wish List for all Girl Scouts. This is a very informative tour. You get a very detailed look at the life of Juliett Gordon Low. Her home has been very well maintained and many original items.
On National historic places. Tells the history of the founder of Girl Scouts. Must see!