We wish to tour the inside of the Juliette Gordon Low house. Which tour do we book in order to accomplish what we want?
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!
If you are a Girl Scout troop you need to contact the house well in advance to book your visit. Otherwise you can walk in to book same day or check with your hotel concierge for what city tours include a house tour.
The evening ghost tour stops at the house and the visit is leisurely and uncrowded. My family was struck by the beauty of the house and fascinated by the details of the lives of the inhabitants. There's even a very sweet ghost story that touched everyone. You can book this tour at most hotels
I believe all of the Girl Scout troop activities include a tour of the house and time in the courtyard. You can call to verify.
Just go to the house. There are tours frequently. Call and ask the times of the tours.
Hi. I went on the ghost tour. As I recall they told us the they only go into the girl scout room at night unless there for the scouts. The day tour get you into the gift shop and the garden area. At night you don't see the memorabilla area but do go into the specific room for scouts. Depending on you motivation. I don't think there is a better time.
We didn't book in advance and we had no problem getting in. Beware it takes longer to go through the house than the time you will get on the parking meter when you max it out. You will get a $20.00 parking ticket. It was worth it. :)
You can walk up to the house and buy a ticket. This ticket includes a brief tour of the house. A better tour of the house was available on the Ghost Tour. If you are interested in Girl Scouting and Juliet Gordon Low, check out the exhibit at the Visitor's Center/Railroad Terminal. I think the actual site is called the Historical Society. They had an exhibit upstairs that included some of Juliet's clothing, household furnishing's, etc. They had a lot about the founding and development of Girl Scouting. I spent a good hour looking at this installation. The rest of the Historical Society was good, too.
From what I remember, we purchased tickets at the house. There was a short film to watch while you waited for your tour to begin. I do not believe there were any tour choices, just one. To be honest, it was my wife's idea to go to this site, however I thought it was great. I learned a lot. This was an amazing, ahead-of-her-time woman.
You don't need to be on a general tour to visit this house—or most of the historic houses and sites for that matter. We walked into the house and signed up for their tour. Spent the twenty minutes or so before the tour browsing in their small room of Girl Scout memorabilia—which is quite interesting.
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