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Marietta Museum of History

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Marietta Museum of History

112 Reviews
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1 Depot St NE Ste 200, Marietta, GA 30060-1900
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Experience the Civil War & Battlegrounds of Atlanta by Luxury Car (Private tour)
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Experience the Civil War & Battlegrounds of Atlanta by Luxury Car (Private tour)

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Ideally constructed for history buffs and Civil War connoisseurs. This tour experience will be a delight for all to enjoy. You will get a sense of the social impact Atlanta has been on the nation. We provide luxurious vehicles that pick you up complimentary within city limits. Our expert guides take you on some of the routes General Sherman travelled on his March to the Sea. Our focus is to immerse you into the environment by creating a personable and engaging experiences. You will be driven by a certified driver and knowledgable guide who will give you an overview of all the places you'll visit during your tour. The tour will include a complimentary snack, bottled water and a complimentary meal voucher for lunch.<br>The entry to Kennesaw National Park, Marietta Cemetery, Smith Plantation, Inman Park, Oakland Cemetery, Stone mountain Park and the beautiful Atlanta History Center. You will also be given free passes to visit the Margaret Mitchell House (author of Gone with the Wind)!
$255.39 per adult
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Charles Sulman wrote a review Feb 2020
Charleston, South Carolina7 contributions1 helpful vote
There are some interesting things you have to decide out for yourself. It’s all just piled out there like “Here! You figure it out!” Kind of dusty and musty. Needs a skilled curator.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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TandemBikeRider wrote a review Feb 2020
Marietta, Georgia241 contributions65 helpful votes
Go learn something about the area you are in. Whether you are visiting, or you live here like we do, the Marietta Museum is a good place to learn about the area and its past.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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crazytravelernyc wrote a review Nov 2019
New York City, New York145 contributions68 helpful votes
Small museum in the middle of the town square and good for an afternoon jaunt. You could eat at one of the area restaurants and then check out the civil war memorabilia (very limited selection) and military artifacts were n this historic buildings. This could be presented better but with obviously limited funds they are doing what they can. The staff is extremely kind and care that you enjoy your stay.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Deborah D wrote a review Nov 2019
33 contributions11 helpful votes
My husband was born in Marietta, Ga over 50 years ago & this Museum was full of FORGOTTEN MEMORIES for both of us. To our SURPRISE there were several ROOMS FULL OF NEW, CURIOUS,and INTERESTING ITEMS for both of us to enjoy, too!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Barefoot29 wrote a review Oct 2019
Powder Springs, Georgia187 contributions34 helpful votes
I have lived in Marietta and surrounding areas for many, many years but I didn't know it's history until I viewed this Museum. If you like history, you will love seeing all of the artifacts and information housed in this building. BTW, I learned from my Ghosts of Marietta Tour that ghosts have been spotted in this old building.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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