Gone With the Wind
Oakland Cemetery is one of Gone With the Wind.

1. Oakland Cemetery

8.9
248 Oakland Ave SE (at Memorial Dr SE), Atlanta, GA
Cemetery · Grant Park · 60 tips and reviews

HISTORYHISTORY: Founded in 1850, it's the oldest cemetery in Atlanta. It is the final resting place of many of Atlanta's settlers, builders & most noted citizens like Bobby Jones, Margaret Mitchell & Maynard Jackson.

Margaret Mitchell House is one of Gone With the Wind.

2. Margaret Mitchell House

7.9
990 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA
History Museum · Midtown · 33 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Now that you have seen where she lived and did a lot of her writing, go visit her final resting place at Oakland Cemetery. Read more.

Georgia-Pacific Center is one of Gone With the Wind.

3. Georgia-Pacific Center

133 Peachtree St NE, Atlanta, GA
Office · Downtown Atlanta · 17 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This site was originally home to the Loew's Grand Theater & where the world premiere of Gone With the Wind was held in 1939. The theater burned down in 1978 & the GA Pacific building opened in 1982. Read more.

Georgian Terrace Hotel is one of Gone With the Wind.

4. Georgian Terrace Hotel

8.5
659 Peachtree St NE (at Ponce De Leon Ave), Atlanta, GA
Hotel · Midtown · 50 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: In December of 1939, the hotel hosted the premiere gala of Gone With the Wind. Most of the cast stayed here including Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh. Author Margaret Mitchell is buried in Oakland. Read more.

Underground Atlanta is one of Gone With the Wind.

5. Underground Atlanta

5.2
50 Upper Alabama St #007, Atlanta, GA
Shopping Mall · Five Points District · 89 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: In front of the MARTA entrance you'll find a lamp called the "Eternal Flame of the Confederacy". It is one of the original 50 gas lamps placed around Atlanta in 1855. Another one stands in Oakland.

Road To Tara Museum is one of Gone With the Wind.

6. Road To Tara Museum

7.5
104 N Main St, Jonesboro, GA
History Museum · 4 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Wonderful collection of Gone With the Wind memorabilia. Jonesboro has been designated the official home of GWTW because the plantations Mitchell wrote about were inspired by visits to Clayton County. Read more.

The Wimbish House is one of Gone With the Wind.

7. The Wimbish House

7.2
1150 Peachtree St NE (Historic Home of the Atlanta Woman's Club), Atlanta, GA
Historic and Protected Site · Midtown · 5 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: On Aug 11, 1949, Margaret Mitchell was struck by a car as she & her husband John Marsh crossed Peachtree in front of this building. She was transported to Grady Hospital where she died 5 days later. Read more.

Marietta Gone With The Wind Museum is one of Gone With the Wind.

8. Marietta Gone With The Wind Museum

7.6
18 Whitlock Ave NW, Marietta, GA
Museum · Downtown Marietta · 10 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: The museum opened its doors in 1983 thanks to an extensive collection of memorabilia provided by Dr. Christopher Sullivan. Wonderful collection of original books, costumes from the film, & more! Read more.

Regal Tara Cinemas is one of Gone With the Wind.

9. Regal Tara Cinemas

8.5
2345 Cheshire Bridge Rd, Atlanta, GA
Movie Theater · 19 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: This theater was opened in 1968 and was originally called Loew's Tara. It was named after Tara Plantation which was the fictional home of Scarlett O'Hara in Margaret Mitchell's 'Gone With the Wind'.

10. GSU Alumni Hall

(Courtland Ave), Atlanta, GA
College Auditorium · Georgia State University · 1 tip

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: On December 14, 1939, this building was used to host the Junior League of Atlanta's "Gone With the Wind Ball". The world premiere of the movie would happen the following night at the Loew's Grand. Read more.

Atlanta Fulton Public Library - Central is one of Gone With the Wind.

11. Atlanta Fulton Public Library - Central

5.9
1 Margaret Mitchell Sq NW (at Carnegie Way NW), Atlanta, GA
Library · Downtown Atlanta · 16 tips and reviews

Oakland CemeteryOakland Cemetery: Visit the 5th floor to view a special Margaret Mitchell exhibit containing items donated by her husband John Marsh. Visitors can see her personal book collection, typewriter, & even her library card! Read more.

Stately Oaks is one of Gone With the Wind.

12. Stately Oaks

7.0
Jonesboro, GA
History Museum · 4 tips and reviews

Smithsonian ChannelSmithsonian Channel: This antebellum mansion and grounds were author Margaret Mitchell’s inspiration for Scarlett O’Hara’s family plantation, Tara, in “Gone with the Wind.” (From Aerial America) Read more.

13. Jonesboro Depot Welcome Center

104 N Main St, Jonesboro, GA
Travel and Transportation · 2 tips and reviews

AtlantaAtlanta: A 60-minute tour of the Gone With the Wind Historic District, featuring the "real" stories behind the South's most famous epic romance, including costumed step-on guides.

Houston's is one of Gone With the Wind.

14. Houston's

8.6
2166 Peachtree Rd NW (at Colonial Homes Dr.), Atlanta, GA
American Restaurant · Colonial · 109 tips and reviews

Explore GeorgiaExplore Georgia: Bricks from the Loew's Grand Theatre, where "Gone with the Wind" premiered in 1939, were used to build this popular Atlanta restaurant.