The Best of Atlanta

"Gone With the Wind"

4 Days

Starting At $Custom
This great tour provides you with a comprehensive overview of Atlanta the first day. You see the city that is arguably the "Capitol of the New South. Then the next day you learn of the genteel life before the war, as well as events during it on a tour titled, "Gone With the Wind." Come, Discover how the Old South has influenced this modern city.

The Best of Atlanta

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  • Stone Mountain Park
  • World of Coca-Cola
  • Inside CNN Studio Tour
  • Full Day Gone With the Wind Tour
    • The Margaret Mitchell House
    • Atlanta Cyclorama
    • Road To Tara Museum
    • Antebellum Dinner & Entertainment
  • Two Dinners
    • Mary Mac’s Tea Room
    • Antebellum Dinner & Entertainment

    Three Nights First Class Lodging

  • Three Hotel Breakfasts
  • All Taxes & Tips on these services
  • Luggage Handling
  • One Free with Every 16 Paid


Day 1: Travel to Atlanta, GA. Check into your hotel for a three night stay. Dinner on own.

Day 2: Full Day Local Atlanta Sightseeing Tour. Morning visit to Stone Mountain Park including a chairlift ride.

Next, enjoy lunch on own and time for shopping at Underground Atlanta before visiting the World of Coca-Cola. Experience the fascinating story of the world’s most famous beverage brand in a dynamic, multimedia attraction. Walk through a fully-functioning bottling line that produces a complimentary glass bottle of Coca-Cola.

Following that journey into the heart of CNN Worldwide and get an up-close look at global news in the making! The Inside CNN features an exclusive, behind-the-scenes views of Atlanta’s CNN studios.

Six historic city blocks in the heart of Atlanta transformed into an urban market with unique shopping, dining, entertainment and nightlife!. For over 60 years Mary Macs Tea Room has been setting the standard for Southern Cooking in Atlanta. This evening you enjoy a Southern Family Style dinner that has remained largely the same for three generations.

Day 3: Beginning with a costumed guide you get a behind-the-scenes look at the true stories behind “Gone With the Wind.” First stop is the Margaret Mitchell House, the site where she actually wrote the book.

Next is the Atlanta Cyclorama, the worlds largest painting of “the Battle of Atlanta,” you figuratively step back into the year 1864 and Civil War era.

Next leaving Atlanta we travel to the south and visit the Road to Tara Museum. Here you see see original props, costume reproductions, collective plates and dolls and an extensive photo gallery.

This evening you enjoy a splendid Southern Evening at an elegant plantation home. The mansion is decorated to reflect the daily life of a bygone era, and is accompanied by an evening with a fine dinner, period musicians and dancing.

Day 4: Depart for home.

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