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Atlanta History Center and 4 other must-see Atlanta attractions

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Life as a Georgia Farmer

Smith Family Farm reveals the rustic simplicity of a Georgia farmer’s home. Surrounding the house is a separate open-air kitchen, blacksmith shop, smokehouse, double corncrib, pioneer log cabin and barn. There are vegetable, herb and flower gardens.

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Stars Fall on Atlanta: The Premiere of Gone With the Wind

Open through 2015

Courtesy Atlanta History Center

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Margaret Mitchell House

CityPASS includes admission to Atlanta History Center's midtown campus, Margaret Mitchell House - former home of Pulitzer-Prize winning author of Gone With the Wind.

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Turning Point: The American Civil War exhibition

One of the most comprehensive Civil War collections, this award-winning exhibit is a must-see for any CW enthusiast.

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The Centennial Olympic Games Museum

Capture the Olympic spirit in one of the world’s most significant exhibitions on Olympic sport and history featuring artifacts, photographs, multimedia presentations, interactive displays, and America’s only complete collection of Olympic torches and medals.

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Down the Fairway with Bobby Jones

The largest display focused on the man considered the most important golfer in the history of the game.

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Atlanta History Center

Experience Southern hospitality at one of the South’s most engaging history centers; featuring award-winning exhibitions, guided tours of the 1860s Smith Family Farm and 1928 Swan House, 22 acres of beautiful historic gardens and trails, shopping, dining, and more. Also, a guided experience at Margaret Mitchell House located at the Midtown campus.

CityPASS Admission

General admission to the South’s most interactive history museum, including the Atlanta History Museum, Smith Family Farm, Swan House, gardens & trails, and the Centennial Olympic Games Museum. Plus, Margaret Mitchell House admission if visited within 9 days of Atlanta History Center.

Atlanta History Center
130 West Paces Ferry Road, NW
Atlanta, GA 30305

In the heart of Buckhead

(404) 814-4000

atlantahistorycenter.com

Mon-Sat, 10am-5:30pm

Sun, noon-5:30pm

Last historic house tour begins at 4pm

Special holiday hours apply, see details

Margaret Mitchell House
990 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, GA 30309

(404) 249-7015

margaretmitchellhouse.com

Mon-Sat, 10am-5:30pm

Sun, noon-5:30pm

Last Margaret Mitchell house tour begins at 4:30pm

Special holiday hours apply, see details

Highlights

  • Turning Point: The American Civil War, one of the nation's largest and most complete Civil War exhibitions
  • Smith Family Farm & Swan House
  • Centennial Olympic Games Museum
  • Margaret Mitchell House admission is included with CityPASS, if visited within 9 days of Atlanta History Center.
  • The award-winning Down the Fairway with Bobby Jones exhibition
  • 22 acres of beautiful woodlands and gardens

CityPASS Entry

Present CityPASS booklet or voucher at Atlanta History Center or Margaret Mitchell House main entrance admission desk. Visit either location first and receive a ticket for the second location to be used within 9 days.

Special Exhibits Included with CityPASS

Stars Fall on Atlanta: The Premiere of Gone With the Wind
Open through 2015
Now on view at the Margaret Mitchell House, this exhibition highlights events and people in Atlanta surrounding the world premiere of the motion picture version of Margaret Mitchell’s novel in December 1939.

Confederate Odyssey: The George W. Wray Jr. Civil War Collection
Open through March 15, 2015
On display for the first time are nearly two hundred artifacts from the Atlanta History Center's George W. Wray Civil War Collection, including the rarest-of-the-rare: Southern–made uniforms, flags, firearms, bayonets, and small-caliber artillery pieces, many of which are one-of-a-kind items. All tell the story of how a pre-industrial Confederacy managed to sustain a modern industrial war for four long years.

Wilbur G. Kurtz: History in Gone With the Wind
Open through April 4, 2015
Wilbur Kurtz was the historian and technical advisor for Gone With the Wind. His role was to guarantee the historical accuracy of the film’s depiction of Tara, Atlanta and the Civil War and Reconstruction eras. This exhibition features over forty images and artifacts that provide unique insight into Kurtz’s vast knowledge of Atlanta history and his meticulous attention to detail.

Native Lands: Indians and Georgia
Open through October 12, 2014
Celebrates the state’s original inhabitants beginning with the Mississippian peoples and continuing with their descendants, the Creeks and the Cherokees.

Advice for Visitors

  • The paths and trails are inviting; wear comfortable shoes.
  • Check out tour times at both historic houses – Swan House and Smith Family Farm – when you arrive so you can plan your route accordingly.
  • Includes admission to Margaret Mitchell House. Start your visit at either museum then visit the second within 9 days for free.
  • Through Summer 2015, the Atlanta History Center will be expanding and improving the main museum entrance and admissions area. During this time, please note these tips on navigating the AHC campus.

On-site Services

Accessibility: Atlanta History Center and Margaret Mitchell House are fully accessible to people with disabilities. Paved and unpaved pathways.
Large-print reading materials and subtitled video presentations available at AHC.

Gift Shop: Museum Shop

Strollers: Limited accessibility for strollers

Atlanta History Center

Parking: Parking deck near West Paces Ferry Rd. and Andrews Dr. entrances, free

Dining: Chick-fil-A Coca-Cola Cafe, Swan Coach House Restaurant

Self-Guide: Visitor maps are available in English, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish.

Margaret Mitchell House

Parking: Limited free parking in Crescent Ave. lot, directly across from the house. Pay parking decks and metered street spaces are available in the immediate area.

Dining: Nearby Midtown eateries

Getting There

Atlanta History Center

MARTA: Take MARTA train to Lenox Station. Transfer to Bus #110 South. Exit at the corner of Peachtree Rd. and Buckhead Ave. Walk to your right, in the direction that the bus came from, on Peachtree Rd. and take your first left onto W. Paces Ferry Rd. Walk 4 blocks and turn left onto Peachtree St. Walk 3 blocks west to the pedestrian entrance.

MARTA by bus: Bus #110 (Lenox) from Arts Center Station. Exit at the corner of Peachtree Rd. and Buckhead Ave. Walk to your right, in the direction that the bus came from, on Peachtree Rd. and take your first left onto W. Paces Ferry Rd. Walk 4 blocks and turn left onto Peachtree St. Walk 3 blocks west to the pedestrian entrance.

Driving: Take I-75/85 to exit 255, West Paces Ferry Road and follow signs.

Margaret Mitchell House

MARTA: Take MARTA train to Midtown rail station. Exit onto 10th St. and walk right on 10th St. for 1 block to the corner of 10th St. and Crescent Ave. NE. MMH is located at 979 Crescent Ave. NE.

Driving: Take I-75/85 to exit 250. Turn right onto 10th St. (From the north, exit and take slight right onto Techwood Dr. NW, then left onto 10th St. NW) Turn right onto Crescent Ave. MMH will be on your left at 979 Crescent Ave. NE.

Group Requirements

Groups of 10 or more: Call (404) 814-4062.

Margaret Mitchell House, call (404) 814-2054.


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