The birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of Girl Scouts and now the Girl Scout national center in Savannah, Georgia has something to offer everyone. Take a guided tour of her family home, the Wayne-Gordon house. The house is a setting for a family story entwined in the history of the Girl Scouts, the city of Savannah and the United States.
For those young at heart whose interests include learning more about Savannah’s rich and varied history, "Kidding Around" is a great way to gain a unique perspective on how it all came about. You can visit the Savannah History Museum that chronicles the city’s history from 1733 and the Georgia State Railroad Museum showcasing the importance of the locomotive in our history. You will learn how Old Fort Jackson was built to sustain the War of 1812 and why Juliette Gordon Low’s creation of the Girl Scouts was so important in reinforcing our country’s values. You can choose to visit the Whistle Stop Restaurant and take the amazing Dolphin Magic Tour.
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