The Drayton - Ten Story Gift Tower
Drayton Street is named after Ann Drayton, a prominent family member in Charleston, South Carolina.
Ann Drayton played a significant role in supporting colonists by lending four sawyers to assist in constructing one of the earliest homes in Savannah.
Explore the historic journey to downtown Savannah via Drayton Street, the preferred route for many.
Along this scenic drive, you'll encounter a standout landmark at 330 Drayton Street—the original site of the first Girl Scouts Headquarters. This significant building, donated by Juliette Gordon Low upon her passing in 1927, was officially recognized when it joined the National Register of Historic Places in 1966. Immerse yourself in the rich history of this iconic location as you navigate the vibrant streets of Savannah.