Discover the picturesque ambiance of the urban setting listed on the National Register for Historic Sites.
Reopening for events in Spring 2024.
This Midtown campus of the Atlanta History Center is the birthplace of Gone With the Wind, is listed on the National Register for Historic Sites, and includes the apartment in which Margaret Mitchell penned her famous novel, two lawns and the Commercial Row event space. This versatile event venue is ideal for wedding ceremonies and receptions, rehearsal dinners, corporate events, award dinners, lectures and presentations, fundraisers, birthdays, graduation celebrations and mitzvahs, or any other special occasion.
Discover the picturesque ambiance of the urban setting listed on the National Register for Historic Places. The three-story Tudor revival home contains three beautifully designed exhibitions and two floors with covered porches and balconies, and is surrounded by manicured lawns. From backyard BBQs to black tie affairs, the Margaret Mitchell House promises a memorable event.
Call us today at 404.814.4090 to schedule a site tour or book your event, or email us at PrivateEvents@atlantahistorycenter.com.
Buildings & Grounds
Located at the corner of 10th street and Peachtree Street, Atlanta History Center Midtown contains the Margaret Mitchell House
We know traditions change over time. That’s why Atlanta History Center is excited to offer two new elopement and small wedding packages for couples looking to tie the knot during this unprecedented moment in our history.
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