I'm really glad we took the tour. Very interesting information and the house is well maintained with beautiful furniture and artifacts.
About Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace
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As a former Girl Scout, I had always wanted to go to this home. Having the opportunity - it was beautiful! Be ready to climb steps. The tour was very informative and the rooms and gardens very nice.
A very nice historic tour of Girl Scot founders childhood home, memorabilia and quality souvenirs. Pleasant guides, small charge.
My High-school aged troop visited Savannah this summer. We completed the "Afternoon Tea" program at the Birthplace. This was a great program. The girls got some "behind-the-scenes" time that a normal tour would not provide. We also did our pinning ceremony. Great staff.
I was very interested in Juliette Gordon Low's story because my three granddaughters are Girl Scouts.I had never heard her story and was surprised and amazed by what a talented woman she was.The ability to sculpt a bust of her father, paint a life-like portrait...More
Juliette Gordon Low was the founder of the Girl Scouts, and while this house is where she was born, her parents' love story takes center stage. There is is beautiful artwork and sculpture done by Juliette herself throughout the house. This is a must see...More
It was a great experience for me and my daughter. I have been involved with scouts since I was a girl and my daughter is a Cadette. Her house was beautiful and I learned some new things about Juliette Gordon Low. The scavenger hunt was...More
Juliette Gordon was the founder of girls scouts. She has an interesting and rich history. She had started the club with just 18 girls.