Let's step behind the scenes of one of the most famous films in Hollywood history. Winner of 10 Academy Awards, Gone with the Wind remains popular decades after its 1939 premiere. Hollywood’s highly romanticized movie of the “Old South” is based on Margaret Mitchell’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.
Showcasing authentic memorabilia — costumes, scripts, screen tests, scene props, Vivien Leigh’s Academy Award and more — the "Real to Reel: The Making of Gone With the Wind" exhibit offers a rare opportunity to see more than 120 items from the James Tumblin collection. The NC Museum of History is the only venue in the Southeast to feature this exhibit! Click here for more information.
Per the museum's website, parking is free on the weekends, and so is the exhibit! After we peruse the collection, we can walk over to The Remedy Diner (informal gathering - we will not have a reservation) for a late snack or early dinner, if anyone is interested.
I hope to see you there!