The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, a historic site in Savannah, Georgia, owned and operated by Girl Scouts of the USA for more than 60 years, is filled with rich stories, special collections, and opportunities for unique experiences reflecting the arc of Juliette Gordon Low’s life.
The Birthplace celebrates Juliette’s belief in the potential of every girl, and the remarkable, global Girl Scout Movement she founded—a Movement that changed, and continues to change, the world.
The house and its two outbuildings were passed down to various Gordon family members through the generations. GSUSA purchased the property in 1953, responsibly stewarding its preservation for decades and earning an award in 2014 for exemplary exterior restoration work.
Today the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its contribution to the social, cultural, and philanthropic history of the United States.
Visit the Birthplace
Girl Scout troops from around the world visit the Birthplace year-round, participating in fun, innovative, and relevant twenty-first-century programming that leverages the site's unique stories and collections.
The Birthplace also opens its doors to the general public for special tours and programming that connects all visitors to the stories of Girl Scouts’ Juliette Gordon Low and the incredible organization she founded—and why those stories and our organization matter today more than ever.
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Donate to the Birthplace
Donate online to the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace. Donors who give $50 or more are entitled to an annual membership in the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace Circle of Friends. Donate now.