On this tour of Margaret Mitchell House, you explore the history of the Deep South and follow in the footsteps of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Margaret Mitchell who wrote ‘Gone with the Wind.’
During this three-hour private walking tour with a knowledgeable Georgian guide, you will visit the famous American author’s house.
You also visit Inman Park (location Battle of Atlanta), which is heavily featured in the story, Oakland Cemetery (where Mitchell is buried), Georgian Terrace, Peachtree Street, Ansley Park, etc.
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What to expect at Margaret Mitchell House
Margaret Mitchell House’s tickets
Immediately after booking, the Margaret Mitchell House Tour tickets get emailed to you.
The tour operator will call you within 48 hours of your selected date and time to arrange your pick-up. There are multiple pick-up locations.
Please be ready at the arranged pick-up time and show your smartphone ticket to your guide.
If you don’t use the pick-up service, you can meet the group directly at the car parking lot on John Wesley Dobbs Ave. Please arrive at least 10 minutes before your selected time slot.
This tour is a small group tour limited to only six participants.
The tour includes both driving and walking. Make sure you’re wearing comfortable footwear.
Tours take place rain or shine, but the operator may adjust the schedule to include more indoor stops during rainy days.
This tour is not suitable for small children.
Cost of tickets
Single Tour ticket: $132.50
For single traveler
Group Tour ticket: $115
For 2-6 guests. Price per person.
How to reach
Margaret Mitchell House is located at the corner of 10th street and Peachtree Street and is part of Atlanta History Center’s Midtown Campus.
Its address is 979 Crescent Ave NE, 30309, Atlanta. Get Directions
Margaret Mitchell House’s timings
Margaret Mitchell’s house is open from 10 am to 5.30 pm on weekdays and Saturdays and from 12 pm to 5.30 pm on Sundays.
Why this tour is a must
When you take this guided tour of Margaret Mitchell’s apartment and the areas that influenced her life, you can explore the complex issues Gone With the Wind raised.
During the tour, you see both sides of the coin – the popularity and criticism of the book.
This tour helps you understand the difference between historical fiction from historical fact.
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