To more than 4 million Girl Scouts
across the United States, the Juliette Gordon Low birthplace is a
must- see Savannah attraction, affectionately known as the"Girl Scout Mecca".
Juliette, nicknamed Daisy, was the founder of the Girl Scouts and lived
out her childhood in the home which is now a National Historic Landmark.
Everyone can enjoy the tours of this exquisite mansion built in
the early 1800’s and learn about the history of the Girl Scouts,
the life of its founder. and that era in American History. Even children
not in the Girl Scouts enjoy this historical home because the guides
gear the information toward children's groups. Guests can view several
of Daisy’s paintings and other artwork that
are on display in the house. There’s also a gift shop that
offers Girl Scout memorabilia as well as other gifts and souvenirs.