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Andrew Low House Museum

329 Abercorn St, Savannah, GA 31401

Located in Historic Landmark District

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Andrew Low House Museum246678Garden
Historic Attractions / Museums
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Located on beautiful Lafayette Square, just across the square from the The Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist, the Andrew Low House Museum is a nationally known 1840's historic home open to the public.

The house is carefully restored and showcases an important collection of furniture, paintings, glass, and other decorative arts. A historic garden and courtyard for relaxing are also part of 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 up until her death. The country's first Girl Scout Headquarters was the original carriage house of the home.

Whether it is your first visit or one of the many, discover the fascinating stories of one of Savannah's most treasured places!

Business Status
  • Open For Business
COVID-19 Safety Measures
  • Savannah Safe
  • Social Distancing

Andrew Low House Museum Guidelines for Conducting Tours After Covid-19 Reopening June 1, 2020 • The Andrew Low House Museum will be opening on June 1st. For the first month we are planning on having self-guided tours scheduled on the hour and half hour. • There will be someone stationed outside to take admissions, when guests purchase their tickets they will receive an ALHM sticker to show they have paid. • The museum shop will be closed to the public for the first month. • Hand sanitizer and gloves will be available for visitors, we will encouraged everyone to sanitize their hands before entering the museum. • We will strongly encouraging the use of face coverings while in the museum. • Only 10 people will be allowed in the museum at one time to ensure social distancing guidelines. • Visitors will meet in the front garden to start the tour. Historic Interpreters will give a brief introduction in the front garden about the house, family and rules of the museum. • Then visitors will be allowed to enter through the front doors of the museum and given a self-guided handout to read as they walk through the museum on their own. • Historical Interpreters will enter the museum with visitors, be available for questions and to make sure everyone is following the rules. • All visitors will be asked to follow the same path through the museum, starting in the Parlors, the Dining Room, Butler's Pantry, Library and Upper Floor. • Visitors will exit through the back door of the museum. • The doors will be left open throughout the museum, except the front door, which only staff will be allowed to open and close. • The only points of contact in the museum for visitors should be the railing on the stairs, creating a low touch environment. • Create a welcoming, safe and healthy environment for museum staff and visitors.

Hours of Operation
  • Sun. 12:00PM-4:00PM
  • Mon. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
  • Tue. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
  • Wed. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
  • Thur. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
  • Fri. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
  • Sat. 10:00AM- 4:00PM
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slhokie | Sep 28, 2021
“Average Home Tour”

Unless you are interested in girl scouts this is a pretty average home to tour. The guide was good and knowledgeable. Mercer-Williams that we visited that day was much better.

625cathyn | Aug 15, 2021
“Nice House”

This house was on our list during our Ghost and Gravestones tour. Didn’t see any paranormal. It’s a nicely furnished historic house if that’s what you’re looking for.

stlfam2014 | Aug 5, 2021
“Well kept house with many original items”

House is well kept with many original items. There is a narrator for the first double room. After that, you explore the house on your own and the narrator was there to answer questions. Very...