7) Girl Scouts Founder Birthplace
If you visit Savannah, Georgia, you’ll find the birthplace of the founder of the Girl Scouts, Juliette Gordon Low. Her birth home was built in the early 1800’s and has been restored to portray the elegant style of the homes of that era. If you were a girl scout it would certainly be a treat to see where it all began. The home includes original family furnishings and artwork. The house is situated in Savannah’s Historic District and is the first National Historic Landmark in the city. Tourists who come here take a walk back in time while learning how the organization came into existence and why. If you’re trying to convince your parents to allow you to become a girl scout, just request a visit to Savannah and make your way to its founders homestead. You may just be able to get them to sign you up on the spot.