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Margaret Mitchell's one and only novel, "Gone with the Wind," was born in an apartment in this turn-of-the-century Tudor Revival mansion. Now a museum on the National Register of Historic Places, the house offers visitors a tour that tells the story...more
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I loved this , especially the film showing the casting and making of the film. The insight into the social history of the time is fascinating, especially the fact that the black actors could not attend the premier. My husband however fell asleep.
As someone who is not a Margaret Mitchell fan, but am interested in literature and history, I agreed to go with a friend to this museum. Since I entered uniformed, I certainly learned a bit. Our guide, Jonathon, was fun but had a flare for...More
If you love the book or the movie this is a fun place to visit. We had a great tour guide who let us direct the conversation to what interested us (we were four strangers but we got along well and added our own touches.)...More
I'm from near Atlanta and I kept meaning to visit, but of course it took an out of town friend to get me there! Well worth the ticket price - we visited the Atlanta History Center (also well worth a visit!) We parked across the...More
Although not that much to see, the apartment where M. Mitchell wrote her book and the exhibit on the making of the film are worth one's time. The guide was informative and friendly, having us sit in the living room where MM wrote her book,...More
Gone With the Wind is a favorite book and movie. The tour was absolutely ruined by the silly, overbearing, and useless tour guide. So much interesting information could have been conveyed, but he was so silly and kept repeating the same phrases over and over....More
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There was a parking lot across the street. Although we used a Lyft while here, we stopped here twice and both times the lot was not full. Our first time was too close to closing time so we decided to return another day so as... More
There was a parking lot across the street. Although we used a Lyft while here, we stopped here twice and both times the lot was not full. Our first time was too close to closing time so we decided to return another day so as to not feel rushed.