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The Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace is a Girl Scouts museum located in Savannah, Georgia. The museum is a designated National Historic Landmark as the location where Juliette Gordon Low founded the Girl Scouts. The house had been in place for over 150 years as Juliette was born in 1860. The site was later purchased by the Girl Scouts in 1953 when the house was scheduled to be demolished. This created the idea to have a place for Girl Scouts across the national to be able visit and connect with the history of the organization.