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10 E Oglethorpe Ave Savannah, GA, 31401
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  • Lynora Conti 41 days ago

    Super informative and a great experience, I've brought my family and friends there as well. I've been back three times and it's still interesting and fun each time ^^!

  • Ted Gallucci 93 days ago

    Get it together Girl Scouts, I was there the day of some 5K road race on a Saturday when they were supposed to be open but nope, they were closed without even a sign or explanation I might add. I am not exaggerating when I say that in the few minuets I was there about thirty people stopped and said "Oh, there not open, too bad I wanted to see this." Among those people was a not too happy looking Girl Scout in uniform. I will edit this review if I ever get to actually see inside the place. You have a web site, and the ability to make signs you might have wanted to do that on 11/5/2016

  • Mary Hurst 130 days ago

    Very informative staff. Beautiful house and lots to discover about girl scouts and Juliette Low

  • Sandra Gates 190 days ago

    Visiting Savannah today & tomorrow. We were walking round and spotted Juliette Gordon Low's birthplace and decided to pay a visit. We were given an excellent tour by Stevie who gave us the complete history of 'Daisy'. It was very interesting. Stevie also took our photo on the balcony. I am a Queens Guide and am now assisting with North East Essex County and cannot wait to get back to England and let my Guides know where I have visited.

  • Jennifer Toomajian 314 days ago

    WE SAW A GHOST - - We visited the Juliette Low house on our recent trip to Georgia - April 8, 2016. During the tour my husband took a photo of the our two girls (both 13) in the mirror - he thought it was a cool shot - on his smart phone. When we looked through the snaps that evening - - we were all shocked to see the GHOST standing behind our daughter Jessica. I guess these things really do happen! - - we submitted it in the photos on this site.

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