Just 30 minutes outside Atlanta, the Twelve Oaks Bed & Breakfast is said to have been the inspiration for the Twelve Oaks plantation in "Gone with the Wind."
This former plantation home is now a bed and breakfast.
At the Margaret Mitchell house in Atlanta, you can explore the home of the woman who wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning Civil War romance "Gone with the Wind." You can even take a selfie next to life-sized costume sketches of Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler.
Guests inside take in details from the award-winning author's life.
This Savannah Cemetery is featured in John Berendt's “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.”
The Mercer Williams House was owned by murder victim Jim Williams.
Take a tour through the house, including Dickinson's bedroom.
A scenic view of the poet's house and garden in Amherst, Mass.
This National Historic Landmark is located in Camden, N.J.
Brave literary fans will want to stop by the Baltimore catacombs.
This small property is said to have influenced the author's later writings.
The six-toed cats are descendants from the author's beloved feline Snowball.
Learn about the author in his stately Key West property.
This California exhibition center holds memorabilia that inspired many of Steinbeck’s stories, as well as personal items of the author.
Step back in time to learn more about John Steinbeck.
Fans of J.K. Rowling's blockbuster series will be in awe at this popular Universal Studios attraction.
You might spot Dumbledore wandering through the hall of Hogwarts Castle.
Whether you're a fan of modern classics like the Harry Potter series or prefer literary giants like Poe or Hemingway, you can find a wonderful book-themed getaway somewhere in America.