Atlanta History Center

Atlanta History Center, one of the Southeast's largest history museums, is a repository of Atlanta history and Southern culture. Located in Buckhead on 33 acres of land, the center includes a research library and archives, two houses that illustrate a century of Atlanta history, Margaret Mitchell House & Museum and unique gardens. Admission to Atlanta History Center is included in the Atlanta CityPass.

Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum

The Atlanta Cyclorama & Civil War Museum contains Atlanta Cyclorama - the world's largest painting of the Battle of Atlanta that occurred during the Civil War, TEXAS locomotive, as well as Civil War photographs, uniforms, weapons, artifacts, and videos. More info...

Margaret Mitchell House

Margaret Mitchell House, the location where the famed author of Gone With the Wind wrote the eipc novel, is now a museum that contains historic documents, contracts, portraits of Scarlett and the Tara doorway made famous by the motion picture. More info...

Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site commemorates the sites of Dr. King's birth, life, work and worship. Include are his birth home and Ebenezer Baptist Church. King Center is the burial location of Dr. King and his wife, Corretta Scott King and the international headquarters of programs, educational materials and information related to his philosophy of nonviolence. More info...

Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind:  The Three Day Premiere in Atlanta
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