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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
This is a great, well run museum. There is a lot of memorabilia from the movie premiere that was in Atlanta. There is a guided tour of MMs apartment and we learned a lot about her life. My 10 year old daughter and I had...More
Our guide was Jonathan and he made the whole thing so special. It was definitely my favorite thing in Atlanta and it is due to his amazing enthusiasm. He offered us so much inside knowledge into the world of Gone with the Wind, I can...More
Very good experience if you have free time in Atlanta and you love history. Our guide was knowledgeable and gave us details that I had never heard about old Atlanta and Peachtree. I would not go out of my way to visit this location unless...More
We were planning to walk to the Flying Biscuit from our hotel for brunch and noticed that the Margaret Mitchell house was more or less on the way, so we looked up some information. It turned out to be much cheaper than what we read...More
I am a huge fan of GWTW. This house has been on my bucket list for years and certainly did NOT disappoint. The space is small, and the tour didn't last very long but then we were able to simply wander, take photos and enjoy...More
Our entrance ticket was included with our Atlanta History Center ticket. You have 9 days from your History Center visit to use your Mitchell House tour ticket.The house is located in Midtown. Tour takes 45 minutes. Our tour guide’s name was Margaret, and she was...More
I will warn you that this museum focuses mostly on the BOOK not the movie so if you are a fan of the movie there are other attractions. However if you want to learn more about the author it is a wonderful place to visit....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... 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.