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Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum

472 Powder Springs Street, Marietta

Visit for Two or Four to Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum (Up to 45% Off)

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Collection of original artifacts, memorabilia, costumes, and posters pays homage to the top-grossing classic film and Pulitzer-winning novel

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3 ratings3 reviews
December 5, 2021
The museum is NOT in the building pictured. It is in a 2-story house, but you are only allowed to go into 4 rooms on the bottom level of the house. There was not a lot of anything from Gone with The Wind there. The little bit of stuff that is there is interesting BUT there is NOT much there! There is a carriage house and restroom house on the property which are both locked. The museum is ok to visit IF you are already in Marietta but to drive from a different city or state is NOT worth it. There is no parking on the property you have to park next door at the Hilton parking lot. The souvenirs are WAY OVERPRICED! For a Gone with the Wind Blu-ray disc they were charging $26.99, and you can buy it at Walmart for $5!!!
2 ratings1 reviews
November 28, 2021
Wonderful collection To go through. I especially enjoyed reading the old newspapers from when the movie came out and hearing Clark gables Version of playing Rhett Butler . Well worth it!
2 ratings1 reviews
November 11, 2021
Loved this little museum! Well worth the price. Loved reading the numerous newspapers from the time, and seeing the dresses and telegrams. Would definitely recommend.
3 ratings2 reviews
November 7, 2021
A nice collection of GWTW memorabilia housed in a period home that really transports you back to antebellum times. Her dresses were my favorite! Great gift shop and customer service. A must-see for any GWTW fan!
1 ratings1 reviews
October 22, 2021
The displayed pieces and pictures and the amount of information is outstanding. The museum pays honor and homage to a painfully beautiful story.
2 ratings2 reviews
October 10, 2021
Small but Great!
4 ratings4 reviews
September 21, 2021
They had lovely costumes from the movie, but overall it was a little limited.
1 ratings1 reviews
September 17, 2021
Very informative on how gone with the wind came about.
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About This Deal

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The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student or senior discounts.

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 6 per person. May be repurchased every 30 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum

Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara changed Dr. Chris Sullivan's life. It was during sixth grade that he first saw Gone with the Wind, and before long he started collecting memorabilia associated with the Academy Award–winning film and Pulitzer Prize–winning novel. By 2003, he had enough to turn his collection into a public attraction: the Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum.

  • Crown Jewel: the Bengaline Honeymoon Gown, which was worn by actress Vivien Leigh while playing Scarlett O'Hara
  • Permanent Mainstays: original posters, conceptual artwork, and memorabilia from the movie
  • Hidden Gems: several of author Margaret Mitchell's personal copies of the novel
  • The Building: The museum occupies the Old Thomas Warehouse Building, which was built in 1875.
  • Don't Miss: an educational display dedicated to the African American cast members of the film
  • Pro Tip: Visitors can buy recreations of costumes such as Scarlett's Prayer Dress at the gift shop, or try to slip "frankly, my dear" into casual conversation anywhere, anytime.