Juliette Gordon Low was born in a Georgian mansion in the historic district of the city. Her birthplace, the city’s first National Historic Landmark, is now a museum dedicated to her life and the Girl Scouts of America and is visited by thousands of people each year. Step Inside For a Historic Journey. Juliette Gordon Low was born on October 31, 1860 in an English Regency style mansion located in Savannah. It’s here that visitors can now learn about her remarkable life and her founding of the Girl Scouts.
The home has been well cared for and houses many antiques, furnishings and personal artifacts of Juliette and her family. Be sure to see some of her artwork. Juliette “Daisy”, as she was lovingly called, was known for her artistic abilities. Juliette was a bright, energetic and multi-talented woman and was most famous for founding the Girl Scouts of America.
Today, you can learn all about the earliest days of the organization that has amassed a membership of millions of girls across the world. Take the 1-hour tour and be enlightened and entertained as you hear the story. As one can imagine, Girl Scout troops from all around the United States and the world travel to Savannah to visit the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace.
There are a variety of fun programs and hands-on activities offered when they visit and each one gets a special patch just for visiting.