A museum dedicated to Margaret Mitchell, the author of Gone With The Wind featuring her original home where she lived from 1925 to 1932 and wrote her Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. Those looking for a more complete Gone with the Wind experience should check out the Gone with the Wind Museum in Marietta.
990 Peachtree Street Northeast, Atlanta, GA, United States
Margaret Mitchell House and Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map
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Centennial Olympic Park(2.4 km)
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National Center for Civil and Human Rights(2 km)
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College Football Hall of Fame(2.6 km)
Atlanta Symphony Hall(1 km)
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Kessler Campanile(1.5 km)
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Piedmont Park(1.1 km)
Fox Theatre(1 km)
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