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Brumby Hall and Gardens

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Now listed as: “Gone With The Wind” Museum

This beautiful home and garden is now the permanent location for the Gone With The Wind... read more

Reviewed August 27, 2018
Palm Springs, California
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July 2018 possibly closed for transition to GWTW museum

The phone number shown is now to the Atlanta Hilton. I read somewhere that the Gone a With The Wind... read more

Reviewed July 7, 2018
Linda K
Somerville, Alabama
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Aug 27, 2018
“Now listed as: “Gone With The Wind” Museum”
Jul 7, 2018
“July 2018 possibly closed for transition to GWTW museum”
A building from 1851 that still stands on the site of the old campus of the Georgia Military Institute.
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500 Powder Springs St, Marietta, GA 30064-3523
+1 770-427-2500
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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

This beautiful home and garden is now the permanent location for the Gone With The Wind museum! Please see my review for Gone With The Wind Museum.

1  Thank ScarlettPen
Reviewed July 7, 2018

The phone number shown is now to the Atlanta Hilton. I read somewhere that the Gone a With The Wind Museum is moving here. I don't think I would make a special trip to Brumby until you verify that it is open. 7/7/2018

1  Thank Linda K
Reviewed April 29, 2018

We had my daughter's wedding here, catered my the adjoining Hilton. The coordinator was excellent to work with. The gardens a beautiful. The building is listed in the registry of historic places and is an excellent example of an Antebellum home.

Thank willygk
Reviewed April 12, 2018

A good thing we did, always love checking out places of civil war history, but it's being converted to the sound of music museum.

Thank Cindy W
Reviewed October 9, 2017

I wish this place was open to the public on a regular place. I like historic places and this is a good one to visit but they are only open for special events. The gardens are pretty but they are not a large eloborate place...More

Thank pransomjr
Reviewed October 17, 2016

I was invited to take part in the Christmas Dinner held every year. It was amazing. There are only so many tickets for the nights. You are served as the family would have been. Also get to tour the house. Nothing better, the atmosphere and...More

Thank Shelia P
Reviewed August 14, 2016

Brumby Hall is not some sugar coated antebellum home to satisfy our need to sigh over a simpler time. It illustrates perfectly the architectural necessity for the design and the work required to keep the property running efficiently. The guides are exceedingly knowledgeable and obviously...More

1  Thank TheFrenchWanderer
Reviewed June 1, 2016

Beautiful antebellum home, built in 1851, and spared by Sherman, either because of West Point classmate connections, or simply because it suited as a hospital, depending on which story you hear. Used for weddings and other social events held via the adjacent Hilton Conference Center,...More

1  Thank springlering
Reviewed April 11, 2016

One of the oldest houses in Marietta dating to 1851 and was the home of Colonel Arnoldus Brumby who was the first president of the Georgia Military Institute (GMI) that sat adjacent to the house. In 1864 Sherman burned the Military Institute to the ground...More

1  Thank F5521PSdonnad
Reviewed December 6, 2015

I went to Brumby Hall during the 2015 Marietta Pilgrimage. The place was filled with dedicated volunteers who knew a lot of the history of this cool building. There were several old south pictures and the furniture was of the period, but not directly from...More

2  Thank Wnowickiz1
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Karen S
July 18, 2018|
Response from Linda K | Reviewed this property |
I did not ever go over there. They have no phone number, so I doubt they are open. Might look up the "Gone with the wind museum" and call that number to see if they have moved to Brumby.