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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: 3 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

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$85.00

Tour like a local as you experience a personalized private 3-hour walking and driving tour of film locations of the home base for The Walking Dead. Escape Atlanta to visit the town that hosts the production of the show ... More info ›

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Tour like a local as you experience a personalized private 3-hour walking and driving tour of film locations of the home base for The Walking Dead. Escape Atlanta to visit the town that hosts the production of the show. 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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Private Atlanta History and Foundations Tour

Private Atlanta History and Foundations Tour - Atlanta, Georgia

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Atlanta, Georgia

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$85.00

Choose from 1 of 2 departure times when you book. Your 3-hour private tour will reveal how one of the world's most recognizable brands, Coca-Cola, impacted and shaped the history of Atlanta ... More info ›

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Choose from 1 of 2 departure times when you book. Your 3-hour private tour will reveal how one of the world's most recognizable brands, Coca-Cola, impacted and shaped the history of Atlanta. You may wish to start or end your guided tour at the World of Coca-Cola museum.

Your 3-hour private Atlanta history and foundations tour will include some of the following:

  • Fairlie-Poplar Historic District: Learn about the impact of the families who owned Coca-Cola by visiting the buildings and parks that still carry their name
  • Downtown Atlanta: See the building that housed the first company to bottle Coca-Cola for distribution
  • Inman Park: Atlanta’s first planned suburb contains a variety of restored Victorian mansions from the late 19th-century including the first two owners of Coca-Cola, the Candlers and the Woodruffs
  • Candler Park: Named after Coca-Cola's founder, the neighborhood is on the National Register of Historic Places
  • Druid Hills: This neighborhood designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape designer of New York City's Central Park, includes the historic mansions of some of Atlanta’s early leading families, including the Candlers
  • Westview Cemetery and Abbey: The cemetery is the final resting place for the Candlers and the Woodruffs. The mausoleum is the largest of its kind ever built under one roof and includes the stunning Abbey Chapel, showcasing 27 stained-glass panels

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