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The Marietta Pilgrimage
A Christmas Home Tour through Marietta, Georgia

 

Thomas Warehouse, c. 1880’s

Marietta Gone With The Wind Museum: Scarlett on the Square
18 Whitlock Avenue

 

Photo This one-story brick warehouse building dates from the 1880's. Believed originally to be a livery stable, it has also served as a warehouse and the offices for the Cobb County Times. In 1980, it was renovated and used as a restaurant until it was acquired by the City of Marietta to be the home of the Gone With The Wind Museum: Scarlett on the Square, which opened in June 2002. Today what was originally a home for horses now is the home for a private Gone With The Wind movie memorabilia collection which includes such items as the Scarlett's Bengaline Gown, foreign versions of the novel and a section dedicated to the African-American cast members.

 

Free Admission when you show your Pilgrimage ticket.