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Best of Atlanta Film Tour

Best of Atlanta Film Tour - Atlanta, Georgia Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$55.00

Come experience Atlanta in a completely unique way! Cruise through filming sites from the Furious 7 and The Boss to The Walking Dead, Captain America: Civil War and everything in between.  Your Atlanta Movie Tour’s Insider has been on the sets of some of your favorites and will take you into their world for 3 hours of behind the scenes stories, filming locations and interactive trivia.

Hop on one of our beautiful buses in Castleberry Hill, named one of the tour Art’s Districts in the country, and begin your tour to more than 40 film and television locations ... More info ›

Come experience Atlanta in a completely unique way! Cruise through filming sites from the Furious 7 and The Boss to The Walking Dead, Captain America: Civil War and everything in between.  Your Atlanta Movie Tour’s Insider has been on the sets of some of your favorites and will take you into their world for 3 hours of behind the scenes stories, filming locations and interactive trivia.

Hop on one of our beautiful buses in Castleberry Hill, named one of the tour Art’s Districts in the country, and begin your tour to more than 40 film and television locations. Your Insider guide, a seasoned actor, will offer behind the scene stories about the filming throughout Atlanta.  Atlanta is home to many production including Spiderman: Homecoming, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Driving Miss Daisy, Ride Along and more.

Learn about the history of film in Atlanta, where more than 700 movies and 20 television shows have been shot since 1972. See the home of Margaret Mitchell, who wrote Gone with the Wind. See the site of the theater where the movie premiered in 1939 and drive down the famous street that the film’s cast walked down to view the film.  Drive through the tank scene from The Walking Dead and stand under where Meryl was handcuffed on the rooftop.  Explore the Capitol’s Tribute Center from The Hunger Games.  Checkout the storefront that acted as The Korean Church of Asgard from Spiderman: Homecoming.  Even get a chance to wave at Madea from her home in Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection.

Your 3 hour tour is filled with movie and television clips, trivia, prizes, tons of set locations, and exclusive stories with your guide from set all from your comfortable seat in the middle of all the action.  Our locals say that “this was the most wonderful and unique Atlanta experience we have ever had.  Thank you for showing us OUR Atlanta”.  Come be an Insider with us!

 

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Walking Dead Big Zombie Tour Part 1

Walking Dead Big Zombie Tour Part 1 - Atlanta, Georgia Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$69.00

Maximize your zombie knowledge while in Atlanta on The Big Zombie Tour based on 'The Walking Dead' film locations with an expert guide who will provide you with an insider’s look at key sites from the hit TV series. Now with 3 tour offerings, all covering different seasons and episodes ... More info ›

Maximize your zombie knowledge while in Atlanta on The Big Zombie Tour based on 'The Walking Dead' film locations with an expert guide who will provide you with an insider’s look at key sites from the hit TV series. Now with 3 tour offerings, all covering different seasons and episodes. Hear behind-the-scenes stories from guides who have worked as extras on the show. Test your zombie knowledge during a fun trivia game - you can even win some cool prizes. This tour is a must for fans of ‘The Walking Dead.'

Travel aboard a comfortable air-conditioned coach that is equipped with TV screens so that you can watch clips while arriving at the site where that scene was filmed. With the clip fresh in your mind, disembark at select locations to stroll around the area and learn from your guide about that episode. Your knowledgeable guide provides insight into the filming process and gives you plenty of time for photo opportunities and rest breaks throughout your tour.

Hear what happens on set and get a chance to show off your Walking Dead knowledge during a trivia game - you might even win a prize! All of the guides have worked on set, share insider stories and are happy to answer your questions. Plus, you get to meet fellow TWD fans and compare your favorite scenes and characters. An insider’s look into the filming locations of 'The Walking Dead’ in Atlanta: There’s the hospital where it all started for a certain sheriff, the Goat Farm where the “Vatos” episode was filmed and a stop at the iconic Jackson Street Bridge for a cover shot and selfie.

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Walking Dead Filming Location Tour in Haralson

Walking Dead Filming Location Tour in Haralson - Atlanta, Georgia Star Rating

Duration: Flexible
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$25.00

Calling all fans of "The Walking Dead!" This in-depth and interactive tour will allow you to explore filming locations from Seasons 2 through 5 of the hit television series. While on tour, you'll be fully equipped with all the necessary replica weaponry used in the show that might be necessary to fend off any and all threats you may encounter.

Welcome to Haralson, Georgia which is located 5 miles south of 'Woodbury' (also know as Senoia) and made famous by the popular television show The Walking Dead ... More info ›

Calling all fans of "The Walking Dead!" This in-depth and interactive tour will allow you to explore filming locations from Seasons 2 through 5 of the hit television series. While on tour, you'll be fully equipped with all the necessary replica weaponry used in the show that might be necessary to fend off any and all threats you may encounter.

Welcome to Haralson, Georgia which is located 5 miles south of 'Woodbury' (also know as Senoia) and made famous by the popular television show The Walking Dead. Your tour starts inside Cherokee Rose Retail where you will be equipped with your favorite The Walking Dead character's weapon. 

After leaving the shop, your guide will entertain you with lots of behind-the-scenes information. You will then enter the Esco Feed Mill Complex where you can pose with your weapons for a photo. As you get closer to the silos, you will walk past the tanks were Daryl and Martinez killed the walkers. Pick your walker for the Zombie Bash with Martinez's bat!

Next, you will enter Merles Death Barn. Stand where the Governor killed Merle, "shoot" out the window where Merle ambushes the Governor and see the spot where Merle died and Daryl cried. You'll even be given the change to recreate this scene. Then it's off to the Meeting Barn to see the negotiation table and what type of decisions can be made with a glass of whiskey.

Brace yourself!  There will be a few surprises along the way. The only way to figure them out is to join this in-depth Walking Dead tour!

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'From Civil War to Civil Rights' - Private Atlanta History Tour

'From Civil War to Civil Rights' - Private Atlanta History Tour - Atlanta, Georgia Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$85.00

Tour Like a Local as you experience a personalized walking and driving tour that follows the history of Atlanta from a major Civil War battlefield to the center of the Civil Rights movement in America.

Follow the history of Atlanta as we visit the following locations:

  • A restored 19th century cotton mill - now the largest loft redevelopment in the US
  • Atlanta's 1st 'suburb', which includes the site of the Battle of Atlanta and many decorative Victorian homes, including the founder of Coca-Cola 
  • The city's oldest garden cemetery which is the final resting place for various historical figures including Civil War soldiers, the author of 'Gone with the Wind' and the founder of 'The Masters' 
  • The historic neighborhood of Martin Luther King Jr. which includes the birthplace, church and final resting place for the leader of the Civil Rights movement 
  •  Auburn Ave., which in the early 1900's was known as the richest African-American street in the world and visit Atlanta's only public market 
Time permitting:
  • Margaret Mitchell House - The home where the Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist wrote Gone With The Wind

Tour Like a Local as you experience a personalized walking and driving tour that follows the history of Atlanta from a major Civil War battlefield to the center of the Civil Rights movement in America.

Follow the history of Atlanta as we visit the following locations:

  • A restored 19th century cotton mill - now the largest loft redevelopment in the US
  • Atlanta's 1st 'suburb', which includes the site of the Battle of Atlanta and many decorative Victorian homes, including the founder of Coca-Cola 
  • The city's oldest garden cemetery which is the final resting place for various historical figures including Civil War soldiers, the author of 'Gone with the Wind' and the founder of 'The Masters' 
  • The historic neighborhood of Martin Luther King Jr. which includes the birthplace, church and final resting place for the leader of the Civil Rights movement 
  •  Auburn Ave., which in the early 1900's was known as the richest African-American street in the world and visit Atlanta's only public market 
Time permitting:
  • Margaret Mitchell House - The home where the Pulitzer-Prize winning novelist wrote Gone With The Wind

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'Walking Dead to The Hunger Games' - Private Atlanta Film Locations Tours

'Walking Dead to The Hunger Games' - Private Atlanta Film Locations Tours - Atlanta, Georgia Star Rating

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$85.00

Tour like a local as you experience a personalized walking and driving tour of film locations from 'The Walking Dead' and 'The Hunger Games' and see why Atlanta has become known as Hollywood of the South.

Choose from the following options:

- A combo of listed 'Walking Dead' & 'Hunger Games' locations in Atlanta
- All listed 'Walking Dead' locations in Atlanta 
- All listed 'Hunger Games' locations in Atlanta

Choose from one of the following tours or create a combo-tour and visit locations from each franchise

For fans of 'The Walking Dead':

  • Take photos at the spot of the iconic poster (Rick and his horse on the highway)
  • See locations in downtown Atlanta where Rick entered the city and the Walkers first appeared, as well as the building where Merle lost his cool (and his hand)
  • View Rick and Morgan's homes from Season 1
  • Visit the Hospital where Rick awoke from a coma 
  • See Rich & Shane's Sheriff's Office
  • See the location used as The Center for Disease Control

For fans of 'The Hunger Games':
  • Tour the artistic community used as the site of Katniss' District 12 home
  • Visit the mansion used for the home of President Snow
  • View the location of Peeta's rescue from the Capitol
  • See the Tribute Quarters for the Games (including the elevator scene)
  • View the film locations of the District 8 hospital bombing 
  • Visit the location of the District 11 riots
  • Time permitting, hike the ruins of District 13

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Tour like a local as you experience a personalized walking and driving tour of film locations from 'The Walking Dead' and 'The Hunger Games' and see why Atlanta has become known as Hollywood of the South.

Choose from the following options:

- A combo of listed 'Walking Dead' & 'Hunger Games' locations in Atlanta
- All listed 'Walking Dead' locations in Atlanta 
- All listed 'Hunger Games' locations in Atlanta

Choose from one of the following tours or create a combo-tour and visit locations from each franchise

For fans of 'The Walking Dead':

  • Take photos at the spot of the iconic poster (Rick and his horse on the highway)
  • See locations in downtown Atlanta where Rick entered the city and the Walkers first appeared, as well as the building where Merle lost his cool (and his hand)
  • View Rick and Morgan's homes from Season 1
  • Visit the Hospital where Rick awoke from a coma 
  • See Rich & Shane's Sheriff's Office
  • See the location used as The Center for Disease Control

For fans of 'The Hunger Games':
  • Tour the artistic community used as the site of Katniss' District 12 home
  • Visit the mansion used for the home of President Snow
  • View the location of Peeta's rescue from the Capitol
  • See the Tribute Quarters for the Games (including the elevator scene)
  • View the film locations of the District 8 hospital bombing 
  • Visit the location of the District 11 riots
  • Time permitting, hike the ruins of District 13

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'Rising From the Ashes' - Private Atlanta Architecture Tour

'Rising From the Ashes' - Private Atlanta Architecture Tour - Atlanta, Georgia

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

From USD
$85.00

Tour Like a Local and observe Atlanta's rebirth as we visit some of Architectural gems that arose in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and discover why the city's official symbol is the mythological Phoenix - consumed by fire and risen from the ashes.

Based on your interests, some of the stops on your tour will include:

Commercial Districts

  • Peachtree Street - Located along Atlanta’s main thoroughfare is one of the South’s oldest private social clubs, several historic churches and the site of the deadliest hotel fire in US history
  • Fairlie-Poplar Historic District - The commercial heart of Atlanta includes varied popular architectural styles of the time. The re-purposed buildings also include Atlanta’s Flatiron Building, completed 5 years prior to New York’s

  • Midtown - The 2nd largest business district in Atlanta contains various noteworthy architecture including its oldest Jewish Temple, a classical train station, one of the few remaining Victorian homes on Peachtree Street, a restored lavish movie palace and the hotel which hosted the premiere gala for 'Gone With the Wind'

Historic Neighborhoods
  • Cabbagetown - Comprised of one of the 1st textile processing mills built in the South and mill worker’s homes, the industrial area has been renovated to become the nation’s largest residential loft community surrounded by a neighborhood of restored ‘shotgun’ houses

  • Inman Park - Atlanta’s 1st planned ‘suburb’ contains a variety of restored Victorian mansions from the late 19th century including a Civil War Colonel's, the founder of Coca-Cola and even a former bordello

  • Grant Park - Home to the Atlanta’s oldest park, it houses the largest collection of Victorian homes and Craftsman bungalows in the city and one of the few homes in Atlanta that predates the Civil War

  • Druid Hills - Atlanta’s 2nd planned neighborhood was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape designer of Central Park and includes the historic mansions of some of Atlanta’s early leading families


Cemeteries
  • Westview Abbey - The Mausoleum is the largest of its kind ever built under one roof, containing space for more than 11,000 entombment spaces, including the stunning Abbey Chapel showcasing 27 stained glass panels 
  • Oakland Cemetery - The garden cemetery is the final resting place for various historical figures including Civil War soldiers, the author of Gone with the Wind and the founder of The Masters Golf Tournament

Tour Like a Local and observe Atlanta's rebirth as we visit some of Architectural gems that arose in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and discover why the city's official symbol is the mythological Phoenix - consumed by fire and risen from the ashes.

Based on your interests, some of the stops on your tour will include:

Commercial Districts

  • Peachtree Street - Located along Atlanta’s main thoroughfare is one of the South’s oldest private social clubs, several historic churches and the site of the deadliest hotel fire in US history
  • Fairlie-Poplar Historic District - The commercial heart of Atlanta includes varied popular architectural styles of the time. The re-purposed buildings also include Atlanta’s Flatiron Building, completed 5 years prior to New York’s

  • Midtown - The 2nd largest business district in Atlanta contains various noteworthy architecture including its oldest Jewish Temple, a classical train station, one of the few remaining Victorian homes on Peachtree Street, a restored lavish movie palace and the hotel which hosted the premiere gala for 'Gone With the Wind'

Historic Neighborhoods
  • Cabbagetown - Comprised of one of the 1st textile processing mills built in the South and mill worker’s homes, the industrial area has been renovated to become the nation’s largest residential loft community surrounded by a neighborhood of restored ‘shotgun’ houses

  • Inman Park - Atlanta’s 1st planned ‘suburb’ contains a variety of restored Victorian mansions from the late 19th century including a Civil War Colonel's, the founder of Coca-Cola and even a former bordello

  • Grant Park - Home to the Atlanta’s oldest park, it houses the largest collection of Victorian homes and Craftsman bungalows in the city and one of the few homes in Atlanta that predates the Civil War

  • Druid Hills - Atlanta’s 2nd planned neighborhood was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape designer of Central Park and includes the historic mansions of some of Atlanta’s early leading families


Cemeteries
  • Westview Abbey - The Mausoleum is the largest of its kind ever built under one roof, containing space for more than 11,000 entombment spaces, including the stunning Abbey Chapel showcasing 27 stained glass panels 
  • Oakland Cemetery - The garden cemetery is the final resting place for various historical figures including Civil War soldiers, the author of Gone with the Wind and the founder of The Masters Golf Tournament

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