Marietta Museum of History Coupons and Deals
Without museums, people would only learn about local history through their grandparents’ anecdotes or by deciphering decades worth of bathroom graffiti at the governor’s mansion. Learn local lessons with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $7 for admission for two (up to a $14 value) $14 for admission for four (up to a $28 value) $99 for a birthday-party package for up to 10 kids with a 30-minute tour and two hours in a party room, including old-fashioned games led by a museum employee and a party gift for each child (a $200 value)
It’s been featured on CNN, The History Channel and PBS. Open since 1996, the Marietta Museum of History is dedicated to preserving the rich and colorful history of Marietta and Cobb County. And now you can join them in preserving the past with this money saving offer. Pay just $15 to get a bronze membership to the Marietta Museum of History (a $30 value). The museum houses four galleries featuring collections about local history, home life and the military. They’ve also got an amazing Civil War collection that includes the history of the Georgia Military Institute, the story of the only slave buried in the Marietta Confederate Cemetery and the distinction of involvement in the infamous Union plot to steal the Confederate locomotive called The General. Housed in a 166-year-old building that was originally built to be a cotton warehouse, the Marietta Museum of History is an educational, enlightening and entertaining experience for all!
Sometimes it seems like Georgia's two main exports are peaches and history. Today's deal lets you pick the one without the pits: Pay $7 for admission for two or $12 for admission for four to the Marietta Museum of History (a $14 and $24 value). Or, pay $99 for a birthday party package complete with a 30-minute tour, two-hour party room rental, and kids' activity (a $200 value). This former cotton warehouse and Civil War hospital is packed with history -- here you'll find four galleries displaying local history, including features on military history, domestic space, and Andrew's Raiders, the Union unit that carried out the famous Marietta locomotive chase. With history this interesting, this place will really grow on you. Want to know more? Check out Marietta Museum of History on Facebook.