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Margaret Mitchell House & Museum

990 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA 30309 View Map

Now operated by the Atlanta History Center, the Margaret Mitchell House features guided tours of the apartment where Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone With the Wind, a Gone With the Wind movie exhibition, an exhibition showcasing the life and times of one of America's most famous authors, and the Margaret Mitchell gift shop.

Throughout the year, enjoy a variety of programs presented by the Literary Center at the Margaret Mitchell House. Designed to honor and preserve the legacy of Margaret Mitchell, the Literary Center hosts regular programs with award-winning authors, as well as annual creative writing classes for adults and youth, and community initiatives that engage younger generations in the process of writing, reading, and reciting literature, such as the Big Read and Poetry Out Loud.

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TripAdvisor Reviews

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4.0 stars on TripAdvisor Based on 771 traveler reviews

Cool to see

I have never read Gone With the Wind, got back from vacation and now it is on my reading list! So interesting to hear why she wrote the book and how she died. Read Full Review

Gone With The Wind

never been there but I have passed it more than a few time you can see Vivian Leigh's pictures and some of the lead cast in the window.... Read Full Review

Wonderful stop

A friend and I went expecting it to take just an hour. Bill, our tour guide, was extremely knowledgeable and so willing to answer questions. He went above and beyond. The guided tour was about 30... Read Full Review

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4 stars on Yelp Based on 64 traveler reviews

Super nice stuff. Tiny little space. A lovely museum. She is really beautiful when she was young. The museum shows her wonderful life. Sadly, she... Read Full Review

Very nice museum but how they could leave Butterfly McQueen out of their fact spillage? A famous atheist obviously ignored. The cat shirt was stupid.... Read Full Review

Great piece of history in a busy developed neighborhood. We went to the Atlanta History Center the day before which came with the Margaret Mitchell ticket... Read Full Review

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