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What You'll Get
Historical tours shine light on factual basis for legendary events, such as George Washington chopping down a cherry tree and Andrew Jackson stealing eggs from a bald eagle’s nest. Get the facts straight with today’s Groupon for a historical tour in Jonesboro in Clayton County, the home of numerous Civil War and Gone With The Wind sites. Choose between the following options:
- For $30, you get two tickets to the Southern Belles and Whistles Tour (up to a $73.90 value for adult tickets).
- For $50, you get four tickets to the Southern Belles and Whistles Tour (up to a $147.80 value for adult tickets).<p>
The tour includes visits to the following places:
- The Road to Tara Museum
- The Stately Oaks Plantation
- The Old Jail and History Center
- The Patrick Cleburne Memorial Confederate Cemetery
- The Warren House
- The intersection of Rhett Butler and Scarlett Drive<p>
Cinephiles and sightseers can immerse themselves in the historical scenery of Jonesboro that inspired Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With The Wind while gleaning film facts and admiring memorabilia. During the Southern Belles and Whistles Tour, Tara enthusiasts can examine original movie props, scratch and sniff costume reproductions, and calculate the hypotenuse of Vivienne Leigh’s eyebrow. Climb aboard a motorized stagecoach for an exploration of a Confederate cemetery, the site of the battle of Jonesboro, and the Warren House, which served as a Union hospital during said skirmish. The tour concludes with a visit to the Stately Oaks Plantation, an ornate 1839 home that features a 7-acre park and a recipe for creating Clark Gable–strength hair gel.
Brains can soak up knowledge of the Civil War and Antebellum years starting at 11 a.m. Monday–Saturday. Complete the tour in one day, or visit the Stately Oaks Plantation on a separate occasion.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.