Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace The reason most scout troops plan to visit Savannah. The museum offers several different programs, as well as guided tours of the house. Please keep in mind that each troop leader will need to make this reservation separately.
First Girl Scout HeadquartersThis mid 1800’s building is the original carriage house for the Andrew Low House, and is where Juliette Gordon Low held her first Girl Scout meeting in 1912.
Andrew Low HouseThis museum sits on Lafayette Square and is the final home of Juliette Low. Group tours are conducted by knowledgeable docents from the National Society of the Colonial Dames.
Historic Trolley TourTake a 75-minute Loop Tour of the Historic District, as your tour guide relates the history of the founding of the colony in 1733. You will see a variety of architectural building styles, as well as see locations from a variety of movie and television sets filmed downtown over the years.
Horse-Drawn Carriage TourTake a leisurely hour-long tour around the historic district with an informative tour guide, relating the settling of the Georgia colony.
Savannah Square PopsA fun and interactive program where every group member will participate in creating their own gourmet ice pops, made with the freshest of ingredients.
Girl Scout MilitiaOld Fort Jackson is one of the best, historically-preserved forts in Georgia. Costumed Civil War interpreters provide a wonderfully fun and educational program, featuring an interactive living-history presentation that concludes with a live cannon-firing exercise. Fun patches are included with this program.
“Scouting for Spirits” walking ghost tourSince Savannah is known as the most haunted city in the country, this 90-minute private tour is based on the Historic District’s haunted history. Your tour guide will always take the age of the scouts into consideration, and a fun patch is included for each scout.
Telfair Museum of ArtFounded in 1883 upon the death of philanthropist Mary Telfair, this museum is the oldest public art museum in the South. The Telfair Academy offers a scavenger hunt program where scouts participate in badge-earning activities for Art History and Architecture.
A variety of cruises availaible to choose from including a Lunch Buffet cruise, the Dinner Entertainment cruise, and the 90 minute narrated Harbor Sightseeing Cruise. Each cruise will be conducted aboard an authentic river paddlewheeler.
Savannah Bee CompanyA different type of tour, where everyone will learn about the life-cycle of honey bees, and will view a working hive from the inside. The tour will also feature various products made from bee honey, which the group will be able to sample in their store.
The Savannah TheatreThe Historic Savannah Theatre offers year-round live stage productions, featuring award-winning singers and live bands. All shows have audience participation, and are appropriate for all ages.
Juliette Family TreeConducted at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, this 2-hour interactive program will focus on the accomplishments of Juliette Low’s grandfather, William Washington Gordon, who established the Central of Georgia in the mid 1800’s. Fun patches are included with this program.
First African Baptist ChurchThe first church was organized as early as 1773 by Reverend George Leile. Docents from the present congregation conduct an hour long tour of the current 1859 edifice on Franklin Square, which features evidence of where slaves were hidden while awaiting safe passage via the Underground Railroad.
Savannah Candy KitchenThe City Market location offers tours of their “factory”, where they are usually pulling taffy and hand-making pralines.
Tybee Island Marine Science CenterOffers the Coastal Georgia Patch program, which will include a guided tour of the indoor gallery, as well as an hour long beach walk and program of either net seining in the surf, or a sand-sifting activity.
Tybee Island Light Station and MuseumLocated on the north end of Tybee Island, this attraction features historically preserved buildings, along with the tallest Lighthouse tower in Georgia. You will have the opportunity to climb the 145’ tall tower, as well as explore Fort Screven, an 1899 Military Battery, which houses the Tybee Museum.
Captain Derek's Dolphin TourCaptain Dereks's Dolphin TourPods of bottlenose Dolphin are a familiar site on the Savannah River, and throughout the barrier islands various waterways. Troops visiting from a land-locked region are sure to enjoy a tour on one of our local dolphin-watching boats.
Laurel Grove CemetaryThis cemetery is located about 2 miles south of the historic district and features Juliette Gordon Low buried here in a family plot, which is regularly visited by Girl Scout troops. Group visits require a pre-registration through Savannah’s Dept. of Cemeteries.
Ghosts and GravestonesA ghoulish public tour, your Old Town Trolley tour guide will tell the tales of secret haunts located throughout America’s “Most Haunted City”, conducted aboard a specially out-fitted trolley. (Not recommended for scouts under 12 years old.)
Fiddlers Crab HouseThis popular restaurant located on West River St. in the historic district, offers a variety of choices for scouts and adults, even for non-seafood lovers.
B&D Burgers This location on Ellis Square in City Market is a local favorite, with large seating areas inside and out, and features a group menu with a large selection for the young and old.
Eti-Kit Dinner at 1790Ms. Janis presents a 2-hour, interactive 3-course dinner, featuring proper etiquette and manners that were taught to little girls in the 1800’s. Dinner includes a fun patch for the scouts.
Goose Feathers CaféOwned and operated by a local family, troops will pre-order box lunches from a varied menu of sandwiches and fresh-made breads.
Lady & SonsThis family style meal offers you choices of a vaiety of southern entrees and side dishes, as well as dessert.
Leopolds Ice CreamOwned and operated by Stratton and Mary Leopold, this restaurant/ice cream parlor has been a Savannah tradition for almost a century, and features the best home-made ice cream in the south.
Pirates HouseThis popular restaurant, where the original tavern was built in the mid 1700’s, and is still in use, was once a popular hang-out for pirates and buccaneers, and features some stunning history of that time period.
Lighthouse PizzaTybee Island’s local pizzeria, the Tybrisa St. restaurant is conveniently located near the Tybee Pier, and offers to-go orders of pizza, individual salads, and bottled water.
The Salty PelicanLocated conveniently on Tybee’s North Beach next to the Marine Science Center, this locally owned concession offers fast but delicious lunch choices, which will be pre-ordered and ready when your group arrives.
Dubs PHThis restaurant is located on River Street’s west end, and offers group menus for small troops, as well as a private group buffet for larger groups.
Roly PolyThis lunch locale is conveniently located next to Telfair Square, and offers complete box lunches for any size troop.
The Hampton Inn & SuitesThe Hampton Inn and Suites, located at 603 W. Oglethorpe Ave. in the Historic District, has been hosting Girl Scout Troops for many years. This property offers discounted room rates for our troops, and is conveniently located within walking distance to most activities and restaurants, and offers a free hot breakfast and discounted parking rates.
The Embassy Suites
The Embassy Suites is the sister hotel to the Hampton Inn & Suites, and is located directly behind the Hampton Inn & Suites. This property offers larger rooms, hot made-to-order breakfast, and an evening reception for all guests.
The Spring Hill SuitesThis Marriott property is located on W. Oglethorpe Ave., only 3 blocks from the Juliette Low Birthplace, and offers rooms that can sleep up to 6, as well as free breakfast each morning.
The Hapton Inn on Bay Street
The Fairfield Inn and Suites