- 3-hour coach tour of Atlanta’s film sites
- Witness where more than 700 movies and 20 television shows have been shot since 1972
- See film locations from Driving Miss Daisy and The Blind Side
- Visit the shop that inspired Paul McCartney’s album and see the site of the theater where Gone with the Wind premiered
- Watch film clips on board to enhance your experience
- Hear interesting stories from your guide and play movie trivia to win some prizes!
What You Can Expect
Learn about the history of film in Atlanta, where more than 700 movies and 20 television shows have been shot since 1972. Pass 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.
Pass quaint, hidden downtown shops and stop for photo opportunities. Show off your movie knowledge during a game of trivia, where you can win some great prizes including tickets to attractions in the city and movie studio swag.
Drive past the temple, factory and Piggly Wiggly from Driving Miss Daisy, and see the restaurant where Michael meets his brother in The Blind Side. To enhance your experience, you’ll watch film clips on board, letting you see the real-life sites in action on screen.
Visit Miller’s Rexall Drugs store, whose wares inspired Paul McCartney’s album title Run Devil Run and featured the iconic storefront on the cover. See where Tyler Perry began his acting career and where Kevin Bacon stopped by for BaconFest.
You’ll also drive by some of the hotspots that actors visit when in town, and cruise through some great Atlanta neighborhoods. You’ll end your tour back where you started.