The majestic Regency town house that stands in Savannah's
historic district was the birthplace of Juliette 'Daisy' Low,
founder of the Girl Scouts of the USA. Visitors learn about the
Girl Scouts movement and experience a taste of Victorian family
life. The house, which was built in 1821, is a National Historic
Landmark and is furnished with many original pieces and also
features the artwork of Juliette Gordon Low.
Address: 10 East Oglethorpe Avenue Website: www.juliettegordonlowbirthplace.org Telephone: (912) 233 4501 Opening Time: Tours are Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm; Sunday
11am-4pm. Closed on Wednesdays from November to February, and on
major holidays. Admission: $8 (adults), $7 (students 6-20). Other concessions
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