Margaret Mitchell House, the Atlanta house where Mitchell wrote "Gone With the Wind," debuts two new exhibits for visitors this month. The exhibits explore her life, the famous novel and the making of the multiple-Oscar-winning 1939 film. The three-story, Tudor-revival home offers 3,700 square feet of event space, parlor rooms and covered porches in a courtyard setting with a sunken garden and front lawn. A gallery space is suited for lectures and presentations along with seated dinners and dancing. Amenities include free limited parking, guided tours, on-site security and experienced event staff.