I enjoyed visiting the home JGL grew up in. We toured as part of the Old Town Trolley Haunted Tour so we could take pictures without a flash. The furnishings and family photos were great to see and in perfect condition. I would like to...More
About Andrew Low House
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1850's historic house owned by Andrew's Low family. The house is well preserved with appointed rooms filled with a fine collection of furniture and artwork. Julliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts was the last owner before the Nat'l Society of Colonial Dames purchased...More
You enter this house from the back patio up the stairs. The tour guide will make it interesting. There is a lot of family history to go through that is important for this house. The restored rooms are interesting.
Toured the house with my Girl Scout troop as part of the main reason we came to Savannah. I had been here before and felt like my first time our guide shared a lot about Juliette Gordon Low (why we were there). This guide was...More
Andrew Low House is a very beautiful period home and rich with history. I would recommend the day tour over the night haunted tour that we took. While the tour was entertaining, it wasn't what we were expecting in a haunted tour. No flash photography...More
If you are planning to visit a house in Savannah, go to the Andrew Low House. This house was the most beautiful house we visited in all of Savannah. It has great character and history. This is a must see!
The Andrew Low House is beautiful and full of appropriate time piece furniture. Much of it is original to the Low family. The history of the home and the owners are interesting to hear. The indoor bathroom is really interesting, with a wooden covered copper...More
We toured the Low house as a part of a tour in Savannah. It was neat to be in the house and see how people lived back in the early 1900s. Lots of unique artifacts and history in this house.
This place is gorgeous. It has quite a history, and depending on which tour you take, you will be offered different aspects of the house. A must see either way.