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Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace
10 E. Oglethorpe Avenue, Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 233-4501

Juliette Gordon Low originally founded the Girl Scouts in Savannah on March 12, 1912. Her Birthplace is a National Historic Landmark owned and operated by Girl Scouts of the USA. It now serves as a National Girl Scout Program Center and a historic house museum. The Birthplace is a primary destination for Girl Scouts and for the general public. Guided tours and special programs are available throughout the year.

Girl Scout First Headquarters
330 Drayton Street, Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 232-8200

The Girl Scout First Headquarters building, formerly the carriage house for Juliette Low’s adult home and early troop meeting space, has been serving Girl Scouts since 1912 and was willed to the Girl Scouts upon Juliette’s death in 1927. First Headquarters, a National Historic Landmark, is owned and operated by Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia, and it now houses the council’s archives and serves as a Girl Scout museum and program activity center offering interactive educational experiences for Girl Scouts and the community. Tours and daily programs are available throughout the year. Check out the hours here.

Andrew Low House
329 Abercorn Street
Juliette’s adult home. She passed away here in 1927.

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
222 E. Harris Street
Members of this congregation have been active with Girl Scouting since 1912; sanctuary open to the public.

Christ Church Episcopal
28 Bull Street
Where Daisy had her christening, wedding, and funeral.

Congregation Mickve Israel
20 E. Gordon Street
Members of this congregation have been active with Girl Scouting since 1912; museum on-site.

First African Baptist Church
23 Montgomery Street
Historically, this building was home to early Girl Scouts and served as an early Girl Scout meeting place.

Laurel Grove Cemetery North
802 W. Anderson Street
Where Daisy, buried in her Girl Scout uniform, was laid to rest. (Not within walking distance. Groups of 10+ must register ahead of time at 912-651-6843.)

Massie Heritage Center
207 E. Gordon Street
Where Juliette recited a poem and her cousin Nina Pape taught school; Girl Scout programs offered.

Telfair Museum
124 Abercorn Street
Juliette was one of the founders of the Savannah Art Society which supported this museum, formerly called the Savannah Arts Museum; Girl Scout programs offered.

A few more of our favorites!

Leopold’s Ice Cream
1212 E. Broughton St., Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 234-4442

Leopold’s welcomes visiting (and local!) troops and offers a delicious, nutritious, homemade meal complete with the sandwich of your choice, a side of chips, a piece of fruit, a drink and a single scoop of ice cream at a reasonable price. Each girl may choose the sandwich she wants and may have the ice cream flavors that she selects!  We also offer special Leopold’s Ice Cream patches that would be the perfect addition to any scout’s vest.

Brenau University
500 Washington St SE, Gainesville, GA 30501
(770) 534-6299

Brenau University is a proud supporter of Girl Scout QuestFest and hopes to chat with you at the expo on Thursday, July 13, 2017. Come speak with us to learn all about our scholarship for Girl Scouts!

Publix Super Markets
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Whether you’re picking up water bottles, sun screen or snacks for your team, Publix has everything you need to make your Savannah stay affordable and fun!

Telfair Museum
207 W York St, Savannah, GA 31401
(912) 790-8800

Savannah’s Telfair museum is a supporter of QuestFest and all things Girl Scouts. Visit our website here to learn how you can set up a tour for your visit to our city.

Springer Mountain Farms
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Nestled in the hills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Springer Mountain Farms continues to provide the most delicious, purest, and most nutritious chicken possible, which is why our chicken is different than any other. Our chickens are 100% All Natural with NO Antibiotics, NO Steroids, NO Growth Stimulants or Hormones, and are NEVER fed Animal By-products… they only receive a vegetarian diet of American-grown, pesticide-free grains with natural vitamins and minerals and fresh mountain water.

Bonus: GSHG’s “Council’s Own”