The former residence of Margaret Michel is definitely a good place for fans of Gone with the Wind. Adults buy 13 dollars and students buy 10 dollars tickets to enter the small building. Every half an hour there is a free guide to guide the tour of the former residence and explain some short stories. Many pictures show the protagonists and scenes of the movie "Gone with the Wind", there are also 4 knives bookmarks and 9 mao notebooks!
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Margaret Mitchell’s House is a well-known relic site in Atlanta. It’s a good place to go with your partner. The location is very good and the exhibits are rich. It’s worth a visit. Margaret’s home, It was she who wrote the world-famous "Gone with the Wind", but in fact Margaret only lived in an apartment on the first floor, and later the entire building was preserved as a museum of her former residence.
Margaret Michael, the famous movie Gone with the Wind, which she saw as a child, was adapted from her novels, and was a place she lived in, not very striking but memorable, recalling plots and episodes.
It is certainly worth going here, as a "wind go" iron powder, not to visit here. White reading feeling .... The house is not big, a three-story single-family small foreign building, in 94 fire destroyed once, then rebuilt, so now see only imitation of the original house built. But it doesn't affect the view. The most popular feature is the images, posters, movies and TV. And it's hard to find Margaret's lifestyle and even his family background and childhood. I finally know what it is for a man, and why it is. It's the way I like it.
The house is small, but the subject of the exhibition is very bright. There are vivid displays of Margaret Mitchell's life, novels "Gone with the Wind" and movies "Gone with the Wind". The restoration of home decorations in the 1920s is also very special.
Margaret Michel’s house is very interesting. There are many things to introduce this historical figure. Michel is a very famous woman. The whole house is worth visiting, as well as its own garden.