Flannery O'Connor Childhood Home: From 1925 to 1938, O'Connor lived on 207 Charlton Street. In 1989 the property was restored and turned into a museum with a book collection, toys, family pictures of O'Connor and a tiny desk that was especially made for her as a child. Admission is $6.00.
Mercer Williams House: When journalist John Berendt visited Savannah, he was inspired to turn a local murder case into the acclaimed novel, "Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil." The Mercer Williams House, the location of the murder, is open to tourists 7 days a week. Admission is $12.50.
Georgia Writers Museum: The Georgia Writers Museum in Eatonton focuses on promoting the rich, literary heritage of the state. Permanent exhibits honor the three most famous local authors, Alice Walker, Flannery O'Connor and Joel Chandler Harris. Works and artifacts of the other authors are featured in the museum on a rotating basis.The museum is open Friday - Sunday.
Margaret Mitchell House: Tour the apartment where Margaret Mitchell penned "Gone with the Wind" in Atlanta. Guided tours of the Margaret Mitchell House are offered daily and include visits to her Crescent Avenue apartment, which she affectionately nicknamed "The Dump." On your visit, you can also explore two exhibitions, "Margaret Mitchell: A Passion for Character" and "The Making of a Movie Legend: Gone With the Wind."
Uncle Remus Museum: Gather around the fireside for the adventurous tales of Brer Rabbit, and learn about the life and writing of Joel Chandler Harris at the Uncle Remus Museum in Eatonton. The museum is open 7 days a week and adult admission is only $5.
Andalusia: Explore the picturesque farm where Flannery O'Connor lived with her mother for more than a decade in Milledgeville. It was on this 544-acre estate that she wrote her last book. Andalusia is only open Sunday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. Admission is free but donations are welcome. Click here for a virtual tour of Andalusia.