Girl Scouts current and former tend to be the most enthusiastic visitors to this small but historic property, though anyone with an interest in American social history should take a look. Built as the carriage house attached to the Andrew Low House, Girl Scout founder Juliette Low willed the property to the movement in 1927. It is now a Girl Scout museum and program center owned and operated by the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia. The short film, exhibits, and rare artifacts inside chronicle the history of Girl Scouting in the USA, an eye-opening reminder of what Girls Scouts have achieved over the years.