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Road To Tara Museum Celebrates 10th Anniversary
Road To Tara Museum Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Jonesboro, Ga. - The Road To Tara Museum will celebrate its 10th Anniversary in Jonesboro, Georgia's historic train depot with a special day of 10 cent admission on Thurs., Oct. 20.

Just fifteen miles south of Atlanta, the Road To Tara Museum invites Gone With The Wind fans and visitors to relive Rhett and Scarlett's sweeping romance through enjoying the museum's original movie props and wardrobe items, foreign edition library, original manuscripts, costume reproductions, extensive photo gallery and complete collectible plate and doll collection.

Community members and visitors can join the Road To Tara Museum in celebrating its 10th Anniversary with 10 cent admission on Thurs., Oct. 20 from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. and $10 historic bus tours from Mon., Oct. 17 until Fri. Oct. 21.  Historic bus tours include the Southern Belles & Whistles Tour at 11 a.m. and the Peter Bonner Gone With The Wind Tour at 1 p.m.  Admission to the museum normally retails for $7 per person and historic bus tours are $24.95 per person.  To redeem the special admission rates visitors are asked to mention the 10th Anniversary.  Reservations are suggested for historic bus tours by contacting 770.478.4800.

Originally founded in 1993 by a private owner, the Road To Tara Museum relocated to Jonesboro's historic train depot and completed renovations in 2001 under the operation and management of the Clayton County Tourism Authority and Clayton County Convention & Visitors Bureau.

For additional information, please contact the Road To Tara Museum at 770.478.4800.

 

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