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Margaret Mitchell House

Margaret Mitchell House Tours and Tickets

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Though much of the epic Pulitzer Prize–winning novelGone with the Wind takes place in famously grand houses, author Margaret Mitchell penned the tome from a tiny Atlanta apartment. Today her home is the Margaret Mitchell House, which serves as a tribute to where the author lived and worked while writing the novel from 1925 to 1932.

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990 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, Georgia
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90-Minute Narrated Sightseeing Trolley Tour in Atlanta

90-Minute Narrated Sightseeing Trolley Tour in Atlanta

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Get familiar with Atlanta by hopping aboard a trolley bus for a 90-minute city tour. You'll board near Centennial Olympic Park and travel past many of the most important attractions in town, from the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site to the Georgia State Capitol, while an on-board guide provides live narration.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Private Atlanta Historical Homes Tour

Private Atlanta Historical Homes Tour

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Peek into Atlanta's history. Cruise through the affluent Buckhead community, learning its history, view upscale mansions. We also drive through historical Ansley and Grant Park area viewing its stately homes. Most buildings were built between the neighborhood's founding in 1882 and the first decades of the 20th century. Grant Park contains the largest remaining area of Victorian architecture in Atlanta. We also visit inside LP Grant Mansion, the oldest home in Atlanta. The three-story, Italianate mansion was built in 1856 by Lemuel Pratt Grant (1817-1893), a city pioneer, railroad magnate and philanthropist who donated 100 acres to the city of Atlanta for Grant Park. Surviving the Civil War, the house was the 1902 birthplace of golf legend Robert Tyre “Bobby” Jones and its preservation was, at one time, a passion of Margaret Mitchell, the author of Gone with the Wind.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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90-Minute Guided Sightseeing Tour by E-Car
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90-Minute Guided Sightseeing Tour by E-Car

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Whether you’re an Atlanta native or totally new to these southern city streets, this city tour by electric car is the perfect way to see the sights. Sit back and relax as a professional guide and driver transport you through some of Atlanta’s hottest neighborhoods, including Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park and Midtown. Get an up-close look at civil rights monuments like the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site, as you listen in to expert commentary. And venture past World of Coca-Cola Museum and Centennial Olympic Park aboard an eco-friendly car.
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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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Midtown Atlanta Food & Cocktail Tour
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Midtown Atlanta Food & Cocktail Tour

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Luxuriate in Atlanta’s thriving foodie scene on a gourmet walking tour with a small group. Try a variety of cuisines as you eat your way through a 4-course meal and try craft alcohol pairings over the duration of the tour. Avoid tourist traps and eat like a local with unique dishes at popular establishments and hidden gems.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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2.5hr Guided Segway Tour of Midtown Atlanta
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2.5hr Guided Segway Tour of Midtown Atlanta

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Experience midtown Atlanta like never before on this educational and entertaining small-group Segway tour. See central Atlanta’s historic sites, landmarks, and architecture on a loop around the city. Visit the elegant homes in Ansley Park; the restaurant district; plus Centennial Olympic Park, host of the 1996 Olympic games and much more. A guided Segway training session is included. Dress in weather-appropriate clothes with flat, closed-toed shoes.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Atlanta Highlights Private Tour
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Atlanta Highlights Private Tour

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A great choice for first time visitors or travelers who are limited on time, this tour hits several of Atlanta's highlights in a few hours. Visit Centennial Olympic Park, Mercedes Benz Stadium, Margaret Mitchell House, the Fox Theatre, Jimmy Carter Library and Museum, Inman Park, and much more. A local guide handles the driving and shares information about the city.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Private Group Tour Atlanta Historical Homes

Private Group Tour Atlanta Historical Homes

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This tour is ideal for those wanting to take a peek of Atlanta's upscale neighborhoods. Private group tour includes visiting historical homes and neighborhoods in Atlanta, while learning about Atlanta's History and Southern culture. We visit outside and learn interesting facts about the residence of the Swan House, Margret Mitchell "Gone with the Wind" House, Governor's Mansion., enjoying local pickup and round-trip transportation. Guest enjoy lunch at the famed Swan Coach house (price of lunch is not included. Take note, doing private events being held at the restaurant, we may lunch at an alternate location. Tour ends with a visit inside of the oldest home in Atlanta Grant Home, located inside the Historical Grant Park, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Atlanta.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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