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The Walking Dead - Private Film Locations Tour

The Walking Dead - Private Film Locations Tour - Atlanta, Georgia
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$125.00

Experience a personalized private 4-hour walking and driving tour of film locations of the home base for The Walking Dead. Located approximately an hour south, escape Atlanta to visit the town and surrounding areas that host the production of the popular show ... More info ›

Experience a personalized private 4-hour walking and driving tour of film locations of the home base for The Walking Dead. Located approximately an hour south, escape Atlanta to visit the town and surrounding areas that host the production of the popular show. Transportation from the city is provided so fans can see the settlements of both Woodbury and Alexandria as well as surrounding rural film locations. Don't miss this great opportunity to step into the world of The Walking Dead!

On this private walking dead film locations locations tour you will experience some of the exact locations of one of the most famous shows ever. Some of the stops on your tour will include:

  • Woodbury - The survivor's settlement ruthlessly run by the Governor in Season 3

  • Woodbury Shoppe - The official Walking Dead store containing thousands of collectibles

  • The Walking Dead Museum - Artifacts including Daryl's motorcycle, the 'Dead Inside' hospital door and a cell from the prison where Rick and his crew temporarily resided

  • Nick & Norman's - Director Greg Nicotero and Norman Reedus' local restaurant

  • Alexandria - The exterior of the walled-off community containing the survivor's safe-zone

  • Rick meets the Governor - The barn and mill where Rick and the Governor secretly meet

  • The Pharmacy & Saloon - The town with locations where Glenn & Maggie find medical supplies (and each other) and the saloon where Rick finds Hershel 

  • 'Clear' - The town where Rick discovers Morgan holed-up and losing his sanity

  • The Arena - The stadium where combatants fight both each other and surrounding zombies

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Atlanta Segway Tour: Midtown Sightseeing

Atlanta Segway Tour: Midtown Sightseeing - Atlanta, Georgia
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

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$58.99

Discover the highlights of Midtown Atlanta on a small-group Segway sightseeing tour, limited to eight people with an experienced guide. Learn about Midtown’s history, architecture, landmarks and recent renaissance as you see the Midtown restaurant district, concert venues like the Fabulous Fox Theatre, popular Piedmont Park, the Margaret Mitchell House, Georgia Tech and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta ... More info ›

Discover the highlights of Midtown Atlanta on a small-group Segway sightseeing tour, limited to eight people with an experienced guide. Learn about Midtown’s history, architecture, landmarks and recent renaissance as you see the Midtown restaurant district, concert venues like the Fabulous Fox Theatre, popular Piedmont Park, the Margaret Mitchell House, Georgia Tech and the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. Touring by Segway is fun and efficient, allowing you to cover more ground than other tours and take note of places to visit later at your leisure.

Meet your guide at the Doubletree Hotel, conveniently located in downtown Atlanta. Start with a detailed orientation to the Segway and have time to practice and get comfortable with the controls. When you’re ready, step onto the Segway and follow your guide through Midtown Atlanta.

Cruise past the tall towers of the Midtown business district followed by the stately homes of Ansley Park, with architectural styles that include Tudor, Craftsman and Italian Renaissance. Nearby, wheel through part of Piedmont Park, a large green space with miles of paved walking and biking paths, ample event space, picnic areas and playgrounds. Zip over to the Atlanta Botanical Garden, a 30-acre (12-hectare) garden with a huge collection of plants, art exhibits, conservatory, fountains and more.

Pause with your small group in front of the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum to hear more about the Atlanta journalist who lived here, where she wrote her famous novel Gone With the Wind. Just across the street, your guide points out the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, which features a free museum with exhibits about the history of money and a glimpse of automated forklifts that move piles of dollars around the bank vaults. Not far away you see the campus of a top research university: Georgia Institute of Technology.

Roll a little further to admire the ornate Moorish design of the Fox Theater, a favorite venue for live entertainment. Nearby, you find the Midtown restaurant district and learn from your guide about some of the best spots to eat and drink in the hopping neighborhood. Wind your way back to your starting point, passing Centennial Olympic Park, home of the 1996 Summer Olympics, Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola.

With the ease of the Segway, you get a fun spin around Midtown while enjoying frequent stops to take in the sights and hear about Atlanta’s history from your knowledgeable guide before returning to the original start point.

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Atlanta City Tour by Electric Car

Atlanta City Tour by Electric Car - Atlanta, Georgia
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$36.00

Newcomers and Atlanta veterans alike can enjoy a comfortable driving tour of Atlanta’s key attractions. A guide chauffeurs a group of five or less around in an eco-friendly electric car to explore neighborhoods including Midtown, Downtown, Old Fourth Ward and Inman Park ... More info ›

Newcomers and Atlanta veterans alike can enjoy a comfortable driving tour of Atlanta’s key attractions. A guide chauffeurs a group of five or less around in an eco-friendly electric car to explore neighborhoods including Midtown, Downtown, Old Fourth Ward and Inman Park. See civil-rights monuments like the Martin Luther King Jr National Historic Site, and other highlights such as Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), World of Coca-Cola Museum, and Centennial Olympic Park . You’ll get an excellent overview of the city’s top sights and historic neighborhoods while learning fun, local facts from your experienced guide.

You’ll meet your driver-guide at the American Hotel, located at 160 Ted Turner Drive NW and hop in a comfortable electric vehicle that seats five, plus the driver.(Note: Georgia State child seat laws require that all participants must be at least 8 years old and/or 4'9". Infants and toddlers are not able to join this tour). In 90 minutes, you’ll cover 15 miles (24km) in the heart of the city, discovering the history and culture of the ‘Capitol of the South.’ You can chat with your guide throughout the tour in your quiet, eco-friendly electric car!

Set out from downtown on a drive through some of the city's historic neighborhoods. You’ll journey to the Old Fourth Ward, where the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site commemorates the life and legacy of the famous civil rights leader. Pass by Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. King’s father and grandfather both were ministers. See Historic Inman Park, Atlanta’s first-planned suburb and a former site of brutal Civil War battles.

Next you’ll explore Midtown Atlanta, a buzzing neighborhood filled with some of the city’s hottest restaurants, bars, clubs and hotels. Marvel at the intricate Moorish design of the Fox Theater, a premiere spot for live entertainment. Cruise by the Georgia Institute of Technology, a top research university. Your knowledgeable guide will share fun facts and history about each of the sites.

You’ll catch a glimpse of CNN Center, which serves as the world headquarters for the television news station, and spy the modern architecture of the World of Coca-Cola, a museum of earth's most famous soft drink. After a comprehensive 90-minute tour of Atlanta’s highlights, you’ll be returned to the starting point to end your tour.

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Atlanta City Sightseeing Tour by Segway

Atlanta City Sightseeing Tour by Segway - Atlanta, Georgia
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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$58.99

Take a guided Segway tour through Atlanta's historic neighborhoods such as Downtown, Cabbagetown, Old Fourth Ward and Inman Park. Stop at landmarks like the Martin Luther King Jr ... More info ›

Take a guided Segway tour through Atlanta's historic neighborhoods such as Downtown, Cabbagetown, Old Fourth Ward and Inman Park. Stop at landmarks like the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Park, Oakland Cemetery, and admire innovative developments such as the Atlanta Beltline. Traveling by Segway allows you to cover more ground than walking and stay close to the action for an unforgettable sightseeing tour of Atlanta.

Once you meet your guide in downtown Atlanta, start your tour by receiving 15–30 minutes of Segway training. When your group feels comfortable, hop on your two-wheel transport and set out to see Atlanta! You’ll have plenty of opportunities to stop for photos and to ask questions of your friendly and knowledgeable guide along the way.
Glide through Downtown Atlanta, pass the over the iconic Jackson Street bridge, then hop over to the Old Fourth Ward and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Park, which commemorates the famous civil rights leader. Pass the red brick walls of the venerable Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. King, his father, and grandfather all served as ministers. In the 1960s, the church evolved into a spiritual haven for civil rights activists.
You'll visit Inman Park, once the site of legendary Civil War battles. Marvel at the grand old homes — the area was also part of the first-planned Atlanta suburb in the late 19th century — as you snap photos and experience a glimpse of the Atlanta Beltline, a former 22-mile (35-km) railroad corridor that is being redeveloped into a network of public parks and multi-use trails. It’s yet another example of the treasures to be found in this dynamic city! to the Cabbagetown neighborhood and hear about its transformation from small mill town to an artist haven with terrific restaurants. Keep an eye out for colorful street murals as you go. Continue to the historic Oakland Cemetery, the final resting place of many of Atlanta’s most notable citizens, and take in its architectural flourishes and peaceful gardens.

During your journey around Atlanta’s neighborhoods and quieter streets, you’ll gain an understanding of the city’s past and present while learning fun facts from your experienced guide. After 2.5 hours, return to the starting point to end your tour.

A maximum of 8 people per departure. Groups over this cannot be accommodated

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Atlanta's Inman Park Food Tour

Atlanta's Inman Park Food Tour - Atlanta, Georgia
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$65.00

Eat like a local on this guided, 3.5-hour, walking food tour at Inman Park. Atlanta’s first garden suburb, Inman Park has been on the National Registry of Historic places since 1973 ... More info ›

Eat like a local on this guided, 3.5-hour, walking food tour at Inman Park. Atlanta’s first garden suburb, Inman Park has been on the National Registry of Historic places since 1973. Voted ATL’s best foodie neighborhood by 'Creative Loafing Atlanta,' it’s also home to the Krog Street Market, Victorian homes, and Atlanta Beltline’s Eastside Trail. Enjoy regional cuisine and southern bites at Six locally owned restaurants while walking this neighborhood's historic streets. This food tour can accommodate most food allergies.

Get your appetite ready, and join our local Atlanta guide for this 3.5-hour leisurely stroll around the picturesque, tree-lined streets of Inman Park, all while supporting the locally owned restaurants. Inman Park has been voted Atlanta’s best foodie neighborhood and is on the national registry of historic places since 1973. This flourishing area is also home to the famous Krog Street Market, which is a mixed-use development in Atlanta, located along the beltLine east side trail, also known as Atlanta’s largest outdoor art gallery.

 As we walk our way through Atlanta's favorite in-town neighborhood, stopping at Six locally owned restaurants for generous food tastings along the way. Enjoy tastes from favorites, old and new, including the One Eared Stag, the Albert, Gu's Dumplings, and more! Take your taste buds on the tour of their life and join us for an amazing experience. This tour does include One cocktail tasting.

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Amish Community Visit, Wine Journey and John Muir Trail Hike

Amish Community Visit, Wine Journey and John Muir Trail Hike - Atlanta, Georgia
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$120.00

Travel to a tucked away hidden corner of earth, and a beautiful working Amish Community in Delano Tennessee.  About 150-miles from Atlanta, this quaint little community is secluded from the rest of the world; extremely retro and delightful ... More info ›

Travel to a tucked away hidden corner of earth, and a beautiful working Amish Community in Delano Tennessee.  About 150-miles from Atlanta, this quaint little community is secluded from the rest of the world; extremely retro and delightful. The Amish and Mennonite families often make and sell products, while giving us an in-depth look into their unique way of life. You will take a nice hike on the John Muir Trail along the Hiwassee River and finish your day with a memorable wine tasting at Morris Vineyard!

Amish and Mennonite families often make and sell products, giving a glimpse of their unique way of life as well as providing excellent quality goods and produce. Many seasonal garden vegetables and berries are available for sale.

Tucked Away in a hidden corner of earth is a beautiful Amish community that is located in Delano Tennessee.  These wonderful people are  secluded from the rest of the world. You will see farms, hand built sheds and last, but not least, a farmer's market.  Enjoy organic vegetables, fruits and honey. Visit with the Mennonites who run the farms and market.

Take in the wonders of nature with a hike on the John Muir Trail along the Hiwassee River.  Complete your day with a memorable wine tasting at Morris Vineyard.

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