Juliette Gordon Low might be better known as the founder of the modern American Girl Scouts. Her birthplace home is a highlight of Greek Revival, and is Savannah’s first registered historic landmark. The beautiful southern mansion has been refurbished to its height of 1880s splendor and touring the home you’ll hear about the life and times of four generations of one iconic American family. A great stop for anyone – Girl Scout or not – the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is as inspirational as it is informative. Complete with entertaining guides, artifacts, and points of interest that keep both young and old happily enthralled (like trying on 19th century corsets, for example), the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is not to be missed.
The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is located at 10 E. Oglethorpe Ave., in downtown Savannah. Tickets are $8 adult, and $18 for a Preservation Pass, which includes this house, the Isaiah Davenport House, and the Andrew Low House. Tours are available.