What do Girl Scout Founder Juliette Low, Supreme Court Justice James Moore Wayne and Spanish-American War General W. W. Gordon, II have in common? Find out at the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Savannah’s first National Historic Landmark, the setting for a remarkable family story woven through the history of the city, state and nation.
Discover the fascinating story of how Juliette Gordon Low, multi-talented, quirky and severely hearing impaired, founded the Girl Scouts in 1912, and became one of the most significant American women of her time. See wonderful examples of Daisy’s creative art work throughout her family home. A sculptor not only of clay but also young women’s lives, she gave the girls of America and the world the career opportunities, outdoor activities and the fun they so desperately wanted.
The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is owned and operated by Girls Scouts of the USA as a National Girl Scout Program Center and an historic house museum for the general public. The official purpose of the Center is to perpetuate the spirit and vision of the founder, Juliette Gordon Low, in an inspiring environment and to provide unique learning opportunities and the historic interpretation of the life of Juliette Low and the Wayne-Gordon house and to further the values of Girl Scouting.