Girl Scout Experiences in Savannah
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Each year, Girl Scout troops from across the nation travel to Savannah, the birthplace of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America.
From the usual stops like the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, founder of the Girl Scouts, and Andrew Low House Museum, to lesser known Savannah landmarks like Massie Heritage Center and Tybee Island Marine Science Center, scouts can have a robust learning experience in Savannah. Plan your Girl Scout visit using our helpful Girl Scout Experience itinerary!
Did you know?
You can watch as Travel Channel's Samantha Brown sits down with some local Girl Scouts to talk about why being a scout has shaped their development into strong, independent women in her episode of Places to Love.
Locations featured in video:
Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, a National Historic Landmark
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