Apr 02

Gone with the Wind Museum:

Gone with the Wind DressThe Gone with the Wind Museum was not all that my wife hoped it would be, but she enjoyed the visit to the museum.  Not being a fan of the movie myself I could have gone for nice walk around the town square in Marietta and been perfectly happy.  Now I have the best wife in the world and she has gone and seen countless number of things that would not be high on her list, so when she heard that there was a Gone with the Wind Museum near Atlanta we had to visit.MuseumThe museum housed a lot of memorabilia from the movie as well as the novel.  There were personal hand written letters back and forth from the cast, movie props, costumes, mostly reproductions but one that was actually worn in the movie by Vivian Leigh.  There was also a lot of information about Margaret Mitchell, the author.  The have a gift shop that sells different kinds of collectable items and even costumes if you are interested.Gone with the Wind MuseumNot being a fan of the movie I would say that the museum was more of a personal collection that somebody put on display.  I have to admit there were some interesting things at the museum even for me to see including some old letters and a variety of movie posters in different languages representing just how enduring and popular the movie was throughout the world.  My tour of the museum was a little on the short side because I wanted my wife to enjoy her visit as much as possible so I had a little daddy daughter time.Gone with the WindGone with the Wind Museum
Located at 18 Whitlock Avenue, Marietta Georgia
Hours of Operation Monday through Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Cost as of this Posting Adults $7.00 Seniors and Students $6.00
For more information visit their website at http://www.gwtwmarietta.com/

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