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If you have a Girl Scout in your home, a trip to Savannah will certainly win you some Brownie points. Savannah was home to the Girl Scout's founder Juliette Gordon Low. Tours with a Girl Scout theme are available or you can check out sites on your own. While in the city, you can visit Juliette Gordon Low's birthplace and home, the home of Andrew Low where she lived for a time after marrying Andrew Low's son and the Girl Scout First National Headquarters. Since we were only in Savannah a short time, we ended up just stopping outside some of the sites on our own.
Everything in Savannah is marked pretty well, so you will easily be able to find the sites using a map. The First Girl Scout Headquarters is housed in what once was the carriage house for the Andrew Low House. So, those two sites are next to each other! The headquarters was closed on the day of our trip, but we stopped for a photo op and to read the sign.
|Girl Scout First Headquarters|
|Andrew Low House|
The garden is one of three in Savannah that have maintained their original 19th century plans. If you visit, take some time to observe the garden.
|Juliette Gordon Low House|
|Olde Pink House image via Wiki Commons|
|Our dining room at the Olde Pink House.|