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Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace

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The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is Savannah's first Registered National Historic Landmark. Enjoy a guided tour, tracing the arc of Juliette Gordon Low's life and the Movement she founded that continues to build girls of courage, confidence, and...more
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
As featured in 3 Days in Savannah
10 E Oglethorpe Ave, (corner of Bull St. and Oglethorpe Ave.), Savannah, GA 31401-3707
+1 912-233-4501
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 3 June 2003

Our Cadette GS Troop traveled here after nearly a year and a half of planning. When our scout survey was filled out, the best loved part of our trip to Savannah was the Special Interest Session, at Birthplace - we did Victorian Venture. The scouts...More

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Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 23 January 2012

If you're reading this, you probably know that Juliette Gordon Lowe founded Girl Scouts of the USA. If you are yourself a Girl Scout, by all means go; you'll learn about this remarkable woman's accomplishments. If you're not, and you're looking for a good house...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Being a 10 year a Girl Scout, I had to visit Juliet’s home. Beautiful period home-a must see for everyone!

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My childhood Girl Scout friend and I visited while on a short trip to Savannah. The tour was an interesting glimpse into the life of a prominent family during the turn of the 20th century, and also provided a great deal of insight into the...More

Thank Janet H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stevie was a wonderful tour guide. I could tell that she really knew about the house and the Gordon family. I liked how she made the tour very interesting and none of the questions that people asked seemed to throw her off. I went on...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited this home as part of a ghost tour. The house was beautifully furnished, in great condition and rich in stories of the history of the home. The guide in the home was especially good in his presentation.

Thank pweatherford
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The birthplace of the founder of American Girl Scouts. This is a beautiful historic building even without being Juliette Gordon Low's birthplace. Girl Scouts and non Girl Scouts can learn more about American history by touring this beautifully restored historic home but it has extra...More

Thank rockrodda11
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped here on a 'ghost tour'. The tour was kind of corny, but fun, and the Low House gave you a nice idea of what the decorating and furnishings were like from the period. There was a really neat nursery that was furnished in...More

Thank jeckert9
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was fun being able to visit this beautiful place that inspires and develops young women leaders so well. The unique shopping was a nice treat as well!

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very important history with this house, lady doing tour was hard to understand, felt a little rushed for the price. Could have read online what I was told

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped here randomly and luckily we were right on time for the next tour to start. Tour guide was good and shared interesting facts while touring the home. It is a bit short but there is much more to Juliette Gordon that I wouldn’t have...More

Thank megan1293
Reviewed 6 October 2018

Beautiful home but not really a "top 10" in the Savannah Historic District. There were LOTS of girl scouts there touring on the day we visited. Tour is disproportionately expensive for value ...maybe they should offset the cost with cookie sales (yes, you can buy...More

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Response from bonnielegof | Reviewed this property |
Adult rate was $15
19 September 2015|
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Response from JGLBirthplace | Property representative |
We are open for tours Monday through Saturday from 12:15 PM to 4:15 PM. Please make advanced reservations for groups. Visit our website for more information on tours and tickets!
Melissa D
14 July 2015|
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Response from SGSvo | Reviewed this property |
The website for the birthplace has contact information. Call to set up a tour. They also offer special programs for troops, and the girls can earn a badge. We also participated in a pinning ceremony. The girls pinned each... More