Savannah History & Art Museums
Is it any surprise a city as old and storied as Savannah possesses some of the most intriguing and well known museums in the country? Add to that the artistic and cultural influence that the Savannah College of Art & Design has had on Savannah. Explore all that Savannah has to offer in art, history, culture, and architecture at these famous Savannah museums.
Girl Scout First Headquarters
The Girl Scout First Headquarters building, formerly the carriage house for Juliette Gordon Low’s adult home, which is currently called the Andrew Low House, was willed to the Girl Scouts of Savannah, GA, Inc. upon her death in 1927. The building has served Girl Scouts longer than any other building in the nation and is the only building left by Juliette to Girl Scouts. Jointly with the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, Girl Scout First Headquarters was declared Savannah’s first National Historic Landmark (as the “Juliette Low Historic District”) in 1965.