ANDREW LOW HOUSE MUSEUM
Discover the fascinating stories of one of Savannah’s most treasured historic places.
The Andrew Low House Museum is a nationally known 1840s historic home and garden open to the public seven days a week. Andrew Low II was a young Scottish immigrant who became a very successful businessman. He and his wife, Mary Cowper Stiles Low, lived in the home with their children during the turbulent years leading up to and during the Civil War. The enslaved and free people of color who lived and labored at the site play a central role in the story of the home’s history. Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts, was the Lows’ daughter-in-law and lived in the home for many years. Much of the early planning and formation of the Girl Scouts took place at the site.
Whether it is your first visit or one of many, discover the fascinating stories of Savannah’s most treasured places.