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Gone With the Wind Movie Museum

Scarlett on the Square, 18 Whitlock Avenue, Marietta, GA 30064
+1 770-794-5576
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If your a fan its a must!

Loved this little museum. If your a fan of Gone with the wind you will definitely love it. My kids... read more

Reviewed 18 December 2017
A TripAdvisor Member
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Interesting Place

I enjoyed seeing the little Museum in Marietta Ga . It was small but was interesting to a Gone with... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2017
Lubbock, Texas
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Scarlett on the Square, 18 Whitlock Avenue, Marietta, GA 30064
+1 770-794-5576
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Reviewed 18 December 2017 via mobile

Loved this little museum. If your a fan of Gone with the wind you will definitely love it. My kids are little & they are well mannered and under 9 but I dont think id advise to bring little ones. I also loved the little...More

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Reviewed 9 November 2017

I enjoyed seeing the little Museum in Marietta Ga . It was small but was interesting to a Gone with the wind Fan. I liked seeing the different displays and clothing. They also have a gift shop for you to make purchases. I was expecting...More

Thank I3777PKdonnaw
Reviewed 29 October 2017

Tour guide on bus was very good.The bus tour was informative and interesting.I do think they could have had more of the original items from the film.We stayed in Twelve Oaks Covington where the owner has two of the dresses used for Scarlet in the...More

Thank bellissimaWalesU_K_
Reviewed 11 October 2017

Cute place. I liked the pictures, but I think you have to be a true, Bonnie Blue GWTW fan to appreciate. I was neat seeing the telegrams and whatnot. But if you aren't really interested to begin with, this place won't grab you by the...More

Thank solofl1er
Reviewed 9 October 2017

When I visited the museum but I was not as impressed as I expected. They do have one of the dresses actually worn by scarlett. They do have some reproduction dresses to give you an idea but it is something about the real thing is...More

Thank pransomjr
Reviewed 2 October 2017

What an amazing private collection and a must for any Gone With The Wind lover or indeed film historian. When we visited, we were given a very special tour by the museum director which gave us insight into so many of the treasures.

1  Thank LMcQ74
Reviewed 2 October 2017

Super place to visit and to learn about that time period. Especially notable were the details about architecture and dress for that period. Learned the details about the movie and when it opened at the Fox in Atlanta and that the black American who had...More

1  Thank Bombeiro
Reviewed 29 September 2017

This is a small museum with collectibles and memorabilia of all things related to Margret Mitchell, her book and of course the movie Gone with the Wind. Lots of news paper clippings, paintings movie posters and much more. Enjoyed it and was close to where...More

Reviewed 21 September 2017

I'm a huge fan of the film (and the book) and I really enjoyed the clothes and set artifacts. There's some interesting background about the filming and the premiere. This was the main place I wanted to visit on my first trip to Atlanta and...More

1  Thank tamiwhammy
Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

I visited this museum with my sisters and cousin. I had never read the book and I had only seen parts of the movie . It seems that every single time that I have tried to watch it I have been interrupted! This museum has...More

1  Thank John Y
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28 June 2015|
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Response from kenandkarenr | Reviewed this property |
if you leave an hour and a 1/2 you should be fine. much of the tour is pictures and newspaper items as well as artifacts, so its at your own pace depending on your level of interest. i read most of the articles and really... More
I have a Gone with the Wind 41" by 27" Gone with the Wind picture. It is a very nice picture in a very beautiful frame. It was got from an antique shop for me as a gift but I was trying to sale it. It was listed there for $400 I was trying to sale it. I was wondering if yall could either had someone there who could tell me what it is worth or knew where I could take it to Have someone look at it and tell me what it is worth. I also was wondering if yall bought stuff like this at your location or once again if you knew someone I could get in contact with about trying to sale it. I have been looking online but have not really had much luck. It is 41" by 27" very pretty frame. It is still 100% like new condition still. It has been in my closet since it was given to me. I love the movie and picture but it is just to big for me to put out. This picture is the picture that is hanging over the fireplace in there home in Atlanta, her in the blue dress with the white lace rap on. My name is Victoria Higginbotham and any information you might be able to give me to help figure out what it is worth or how to find someone who might buy it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much for your time. You could also email me at victoriah012384@yahoo or contact me by at 770 990-6300.
18 February 2015|
Response from 69w |
You may wish to post a picture of your framed painting.