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Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace

  • 10 E. Oglethorpe St. Map It
  • Historic District
  • House/Mansion/Villa

Published 07/23/2015

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This early 19th-century town house, attributed to William Jay, was designated in 1965 as Savannah's first National Historic Landmark. "Daisy" Low, founder of the Girl Scouts, was born here in 1860, and the house is now owned and operated by the Girl Scouts of America. Mrs. Low's paintings and other artwork are on display in the house, restored to the style of 1886, the year of Mrs. Low's marriage. Droves of Girl Scout troops make the regular pilgrimmage to Savannah to see their founder's birthplace and earn merit badges.

Sight Information


10 E. Oglethorpe St., Savannah, Georgia, 31401, United States

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Sight Details:

  • $10; $21 including admission to the Andrew Low House and the Isaiah Davenport House
  • Mar.–Oct., Mon.–Sat. 10–4, Sun. 11–4; Nov.–Feb., Mon., Tues., and Thurs.–Sat. 10–4, Sun. 11–4

Published 07/23/2015


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