Calling all adventurous Girl Scouts!
Every wonder what it would be like to be an archaeologist? Come peek into the world of archaeology! Learn how to think like an archaeologist. Examine artifacts. Use clues to uncover the past. Discover secrets in the soil. Help archaeologists learn more about Juliette Gordon Low and the many other people that lived on this town lot for 260 years!
Meet Girl Scouts of the USA CEO, Sylvia Acevedo.
A special interactive experience for Girl Scout troops of all levels.
Includes hands on archaeological activities and a visit to Juliette "Daisy" Gordon Low's home.
Tickets are $12 per person and must be purchased in advance.
Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace unveils new renovation plans: Savannah Historic District Board of Review approves application
Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) today announced that the Savannah Historic District Board of Review (HDBR) approved Girl Scouts’ plans to renovate the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace. The renovation will bolster, protect and rejuvenate the site, and ensure its continued importance and relevance to the Savannah community and the Girl Scouts Movement for generations to come.Continue >
You're invited to celebrate the birthday of Juliette "Daisy" Gordon Low at a FREE event at the home where she was born.Continue >
It’s hard to believe that nearly a year has passed since the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace was awarded a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Sciences (IMLS) for our newest initiative, Access for all: Advancing Girl Scouts’ Commitment to Disability Inclusion. The first half of this two-year project has been intensely busy, insightful, and educational for staff at the birthplace, who have conducted research and trainings for the initiative all while serving Girl Scouts and other visitors each day.Continue >
Our founder Juliette “Daisy” Low often said that “Ours is a circle of friendships united by ideals.” Spending time with our sisters is one of our most cherished Girl Scout traditions; from friendship circles to sitting around a camp fire, we know these circles are not only round and have no end, they represent the strength and continuity of our Girl Scout family over the past 107 years.Continue >
Girl Scouts of the USA was recently awarded a $178,000 federal grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) for a new initiative called Access for All.Continue >