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I'm my daughters GS leader and all things Girl Scouts were on the agenda during our visit. This is a very small, one classroom sized museum with Scout uniforms, badges, pins and other memorabilia. (There were troops there participating in a program prior to our...More
Although we paid for the tour from our trolley company, the day we went it was only open to view the room and video between 12 30 until 2 pm because troops had pre booked for the rest. Nice patches available for purchase. Can buy...More
This is a great place to visit to learn the history of girl scouts. Our guide was AMAZING! I wish i remembered her name, but she was one of the only two adults who work there! She kept our girls engaged and taught them so...More
My daughter (12) and I stopped at the First Headquarters just for fun. The clerk was so friendly and gave us lots of information on Girl Scouts and Savannah. It was cool to see all the GS memorabilia in the museum. It’s small but there...More
Although we were unable to tour the Andrew Low house, we were able to go to the building in back where Juliette Gordon Low had the first Girl Scout headquarters. A small museum and gift shop. But for the Girl Scouts a great visit.
My daughter and I are former Girl Scouts and I was a troop leader. We both (she is 10) enjoyed this little museum of Girl Scout history and gift shop. It was just $3 to view the one room museum. There is also a restroom...More
We heard about the Geocaching Program and planned to stop by the former carriage house on our self guided walking tour but as we did not have reservations we could only take photos from the outside. Very interesting to read about the history of the...More