Juliette Gordon Low was the founder of the Girl Scouts. The Wayne Gordon House museum is now owned by the Girl Scouts of the USA, and is a popular place for Girl Scout troops to tour. It was built 1818-1821 and is open to the public for tours. Folks say that Sarah Gordon and her daughter-in-law Nellie Kinzie Gordon, the mother of Juliette Gordon Low, still remain to haunt the house. Nellie is known to move the furniture, play the piano, and even slide down the banister at night, and in the daytime, museum visitors have reported seeing Sarah’s apparition wearing an old-fashioned dress.
Note: The site is currently under construction as of Fall 2013, and is entirely encased in scaffolding. The building however is still open for visitors.
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- 10 E. Oglethorpe Avenue
Savannah, GA 31401
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- 32.077113586474255, -81.0924104600872
- Chatham County, Georgia
- Nearest Towns:
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Thunderbolt, GA (3.9 mi.)
Garden City, GA (4.4 mi.)
Whitemarsh Island, GA (5.5 mi.)
Port Wentworth, GA (6.5 mi.)
Isle of Hope, GA (6.8 mi.)
Vernonburg, GA (7.9 mi.)
Wilmington Island, GA (8.6 mi.)
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Montgomery, GA (9.6 mi.)
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