Explore a fascinating history at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace! Visit this cultural and architectural landmark to discover more about the remarkable life and enduring legacy of Girl Scouts' founder, Juliette “Daisy” Gordon Low. Captivating tours, interesting exhibits, and fun programs illuminate the past and present.
Enjoy a welcoming museum experience with full elevator access for tours and programs.
Get to know the real story of the life of Juliette Gordon Low: daughter, wife, social butterfly, artist, adventurer, entrepreneur, and founder of Girl Scouts.
Discover her lasting legacy of girl power across generations.
Admire the elegant 1821 house she always called “home” with original family furnishings, including her own artwork.
Pause to relax and enjoy a great photo op in our inviting garden.
Savannah's Famous Family:
In the midst of the Progressive Era, at a time when children were to be seen and not heard and women did not yet have the right to vote in the United States, Juliette Gordon Low sparked a worldwide movement that continues to inspire girls to learn new skills, embrace adventure, and be their best selves.
Juliette Gordon Low was born in 1860, the second of six children of William and Eleanor Gordon. The Gordons were a prominent family who had made their mark in business, government, and public service in Savannah. Until the Civil War freed the enslaved people of Savannah in December 1864, they also enslaved people to labor in their household and businesses. Though Juliette was only four when slavery ended, the wealth generated from this economic system provided the privilege she experienced for the rest of her life.
From these beginnings, Juliette Gordon Low started down an unlikely path—with many curious twists and turns—to become the founder of the Girl Scout Movement in the United States.
From the first official meeting of girls and leaders held on March 12, 1912, at the Louisa Porter Home in Savannah, Juliette Gordon Low’s “little local club” grew quickly to become the largest educational organization for girls in the world, with millions of girl and adult members pledging to make the world a better place.
Visit the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace to immerse yourself in the surprising tale of how a southern woman of privilege—hard-of-hearing, unhappily widowed, sensitive, creative, and adventure-loving—found her purpose and started a movement that changed the world.
Get your eTickets today and be inspired on the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace tour.
Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
Hours of Operation: 10 am-4 pm. Currently closed on Sun and Wed.
Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Years Day.
Reservations are suggested and can be made by calling the attraction directly. E-Ticket will have details.
The ticket sales desk is located at the street level entrance of the Birthplace at 10 East Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, Georgia 31401
Bull St and Oglethorpe Ave
The Birthplace is located in the middle of the Historic District. Street parking may be difficult. Parking at meters is available in the area and in nearby public parking garages.
Student Ticket: 6-21 years of age. Children 5 and under are free. Discount for Registered Girl Scout adults, and Girl Scouts ages 5-17.
Reservations are not required, except for groups of 10 or more. Guided tours for families and individual guests are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Tours begin approximately every 15 minutes, depending on the number of reserved tours. ~ The Birthplace is wheelchair accessible.