Juliette Gordon Low—the founder of the Girl Scouts—lived in this Regency-style house from her birth in 1860 until she married William Low in 1886. It’s now maintained both as a memorial to her and as a Girl Scout national center. The Victorian additions to the 1818–21 house were made in 1886, just before Juliette’s wedding. Today the house, which is relatively modest by Savannah standards, contains a large number of artworks that originally belonged to the Gordon family and Juliette, including memorabilia associated with the founding of Girl Scouts in 1912.
- Frommer's Staff