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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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The Wayne-Gordon House at 10 Oglethorpe Avenue East in Savannah, Georgia, at the corner of Bull Street and Oglethorpe Avenue, is part of the Juliette Gordon Low Historic District, which consists of three buildings--the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, also known as the Wayne-Gordon House; First...More
Splendid Home with wonderful artifacts from the family that lived here. Many unique pieces of art, furniture and gardens. My wife was a girl scout and I joined her on the tour. This tour is very worthwhile for everyone, men and women.
Juliette Gordon Low was the founder of the Girl Scouts. She was also DIY person as our tour guide said she made several of things in the house. We were also told she put her initals in the wrought iron gate. It was interesting learning...More
We enjoyed the tour, although our guide spoke very fast and moved from topic to topic sometimes without even taking a breath. (More like a Northerner than a Southerner.) Still, we enjoyed the tour through the house and the story of her exceptionally exciting life.
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Yes, it is accessible. There is an elevator inside that anyone with any issues with climbing stairs can use to get to the upper levels. One of the long time guides has issues with ambulation and regularly uses it as well... More
Yes, it is accessible. There is an elevator inside that anyone with any issues with climbing stairs can use to get to the upper levels. One of the long time guides has issues with ambulation and regularly uses it as well. Staff and other visitors will be very accommodating & helpful.