Gone With the Wind Museum
Step back in time with the sights and sounds of Atlanta during the Civil War and Reconstruction as told through the eyes of Scarlett O'Hara and her dashing romancer, Rhett Butler. -
Located in downtown Marietta at the historic Brumby Hall, the Gone With the Wind Museum is a must-see for fans of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Margaret Mitchell.
This museum celebrates the famous Margaret Mitchel novel and film Gone With the Wind with displays of costumes, rare prints, and other various memorabilia. It opened in 2003 thanks to generous donations of artifacts from Dr. Christopher Sullivan. The collection here is sure to delight and intrigue any fan, with so many things from the film and novel that you just can't see anywhere else. Here are a few things to expect to see during your visit:
- Original Honeymoon Gown from the Film
- Personal Manuscripts
- Educational Displays of African American Cast Members
- Foreign Editions of Novel
- Rare Press Pieces
- Rare Promotional Film Pieces
This is the perfect way to explore Antebellum history and immerse yourselves into the world of Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind. Be sure to stop by the gift shop before you go and take note that this museum is closed on Sundays.