Located on beautiful Lafayette Square, just across the square from The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, the Andrew Low House Museum is a nationally known 1840s historic home open to the public.
The house is carefully restored and showcases an essential collection of furniture, paintings, glass, and other decorative arts. A historic garden and courtyard for relaxing are also part of the site's+ unique charm.
Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts, was Low's daughter-in-law and lived in the home for a significant period until her death. The country's first Girl Scout Headquarters was the home's original carriage house.
Whether it is your first visit or one of the many, discover the fascinating stories of one of Savannah's most treasured places!
- Fri. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
- Mon. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
- Sat. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
- Sun. 12:00PM-4:00PM
- Thur. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
- Tue. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
- Wed. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
Interesting guided tour
Our family (kids aged 10 and 13) loved this guided tour. The tour guide (can’t remember his name, but he looks like Santa) was very knowledgeable about the architecture, artifacts, and the Low family ...
Historic Home in Mint Condition
Andrew Low House on Abercorn Street is in mint condition. The 19th century home constructed for Low in 1848-49 is of Italianate design. The home has a beautiful collection of furniture and art ...
Love this old house
The rooms were so authentic that I could imagine being there in bygone days. Absolutely beautiful. The information on the family was very interesting as well. ...