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Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace 10 East Oglethorpe Avenue
Savannah, GA (912) 233-4501

For those interested in the history of the Girl Scouts of the USA, the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is a popular destination for both scouting groups and the general public. Despite being childless, Juliette Gordon Low started the Girl Scouts in 1912 after managing a similar group for girls in England.

When Low died in 1927 she was buried in her scouting uniform. Located in Savannah, Georgia, this National Historic Landmark has hosted over 2.4 millions visitors since it was saved from destruction by the Girl Scouts of the USA in 1953. Famous visitors to the site have included movie star Clark Gable, Lorne Greene from the television show Bonanza, President Jimmy Carter and former United States Senator Elizabeth Dole. Group tours of the home are available all year and the Museum Store includes items like a 3D replica of the home, traditional southern teapots, cups and saucers, as well as tourist T-shirts.

No reservation is required to visit this landmark except for groups of more than ten. The site is located approximately 20 miles from Savannah International Airport and ten miles from the Savannah train station. Plan your trip to where the Girl Scouts got started today.

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