What Will I See?
A tour of the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace provides an exciting look into the history of our remarkable founder and her home, as well as a glimpse into a movement that is still building girls into strong women of courage, confidence, and character over 100 years later.
During your birthplace visit, a friendly and knowledgeable guide will lead you through the home, where you will learn the story of “Daisy”—Juliette Gordon Low’s nickname—and Girl Scouts. Original and period furnishings adorn seven spacious rooms with high ceilings. You will see unique architectural features, including elaborately carved millwork, decorative plaster ceilings, and the impressive staircase with its curved mahogany rail. Numerous works of art, including many pieces created by Daisy herself, are on display throughout the house.
The tour concludes with a visit to our interactive library exhibit, Girls Writing the World. Read, explore, and imagine in a space that honors Daisy’s life’s work and highlights the literary tradition that inspired her and millions of Girl Scouts throughout the last century.
You may browse the garden and courtyard independently after your tour. Be sure to look for the monogrammed gates that are believed to be forged in part by Daisy herself.
Before you head back out into beautiful Savannah, you’ll want to visit our shop for great local gifts, items made by girls and women around the world, and Girl Scout merchandise.