Before there was Brad and Angelina, there was Scarlett and Rhett. Explore Georgia to celebrate 75 years of this quintessential Hollywood classic.
Atlanta Movie Tours will offer their special Gone with the Wind tour on Saturday, December 13th. Board a luxury coach for a 3-hour tour based on the world’s most famous novel with the woman who created it. Book your spot here.
In celebration of the film premiere’s 75th anniversary, Oakland Cemetery will bring back their special topic tour on Margaret Mitchell on Sunday, December 14th. Reserve your spot ASAP – tickets for the 3pm tour are already sold out! Click here for reservations.
The Road to Tara Museum, Margaret Mitchell House and Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum: Scarlett on the Square will be offering visitors a special admission rate of 75 cents at each location on Monday, December 15th. Click here to learn more.
Monday, December 15th: Join the Atlanta History Center in celebrating the 75th anniversary of Gone With the Wind by reliving the glitz and glamour of the 1939 Atlanta premiere through real-time updates and photos chronicling the event. To follow the live blog, visit AtlantaHistoryCenter.tumblr.com and look for posts with #GWTWATL.
Discover the history and legacy behind one of the world’s most beloved novels through the Gone With the Wind Trail in and around Atlanta, an official state designated trail.
The Gone With The Wind Tour is a nostalgic audio narrative through the rich and romantic antebellum era that inspired Margaret Mitchell’s legendary novel. Be entertained with the tales of Mitchell’s world-renown Gone With The Wind and its unique literary ties to Jonesboro.
The University of Georgia Special Collections Libraries will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the premiere of Gone With the Wind with a major exhibit. The UGA Libraries has the largest collection in the country of Mitchell’s personal papers and other materials, donated by Mitchell’s brother, Stephens Mitchell. The exhibit will remain on display through the end of 2014.
Spend the night in the Frankly Scarlett Suite at The Twelves Oaks Bed & Breakfast in Covington. In his book “Antebellum Homes of Georgia,” David King Gleason writes that Margaret Mitchell recommended Twelve Oaks as a model for Ashley’s home in the Gone With The Wind film.
Tour Stately Oaks Plantation in Jonesboro – the home that was said to inspire Margaret Mitchell’s Tara.