Fans of “The Walking Dead” and “Zombieland” will love these guided, 3-hour tours of Atlanta’s zombie television and film locations. Learn about the fictional undead creatures and see the filming locations throughout Atlanta. Get insider information from guides who have worked as movie extras. Learn to walk like a zombie and take part in a trivia contest to win prizes. Also, get a personalized cover shot and selfie from the Jackson Street Bridge, an iconic location from “The Walking Dead.”
- 3-hour guided tour of filming locations for The Walking Dead and Zombieland, from Atlanta
- Visit locations such as the hospital where the story began in season one of The Walking Dead
- Watch relevant clips from the shows on board your bus as you approach each location
- Hear behind-the-scenes stories from the set of The Walking Dead
- Enjoy a fun, interactive round of trivia to test your knowledge on zombie shows and movies
- Learn how to shuffle like a zombie from your guide, who has played a walker (zombie) on-screen
- Meet other fans of The Walking Dead, including your guides, and compare notes on your favorite scenes
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What You Can Expect
Choose from either of the Big Zombie tours listed — or pick them all and enjoy the day. Our tours will be given on comfortable an air-conditioned coach, equipped with a television screen to revisit clips from “The Walking Dead” and “Zombieland” during the tour. Then see the real thing and learn what went into the making of each scene. Take pictures of all the key locations and play a trivia game throughout the tour for a chance to win valuable prizes.
On the Big Zombie Tour Part 1, get an insider’s look into the filming locations in Atlanta. There’s the hospital, where it all started for a certain sheriff on “The Walking Dead.” Go inside the Goat Farm Arts Center and see where the “Vatos” episode was filmed. Find out if the Center for Disease Control, from the “Wildfire” episode, is still standing. And visit the intersection where the undead meter maid was on the attack in “Zombieland.” Then stop at the iconic Jackson Street Bridge for a cover shot and selfie.
On the Big Zombie Tour Part 2, meet in Senoia, also known as Woodbury in “The Walking Dead,” located about an hour south of Atlanta. Find out if Alexandria is in Virginia or Georgia. Visit the Esco Feed Mill to talk about the fate of all mankind and see the Zombie Arena and Oaks Motor Inn. Then explore the town of Woodbury, with a recommended stop at the Woodbury Shoppe to pick from thousands of “The Walking Dead” collectibles.
On the Big Zombie Tour Part 3: See more iconic locations from “The Walking Dead.” Head to the East and fill in all the locations missing from Big Zombie Tours 1 and 2! This 3 hour tour, with an insider who’s performed on set, will start from Cherokee Rose in Haralson, GA. Did Glenn made it out from under the dumpster? See where Nicholas met his demise. Go back in time to Rick & Shane discussing the fate of poor Randall, see where we last saw Sophia run off into the woods, where Gareth has his Bob-e-Que and much more!
For fans of both “The Walking Dead” and “Zombieland,” these tours are must-have experiences.
This tour was amazing!
We absolutely loved this tour! Amazing to see the filming spots. Lots of interesting information! So much fun! Very highly recommended! And if you like coffee, The Walking Dead Cafe is where you want to go! So happy we could make this part of our trip!
We had a wonderful time. our hosts Charlie and Patrick were fantastic. we had a great day!!!!!
I loved it! We had such a wonderful time. Our guild was funny and made the trip a great one!. The other staff were also very nice. The bus was comfortable and gave great views.
The tour guide was excellent, he was actually one of the main rippers from the Vampire Diaries series besides working on TWD. The ride was so comfortable with cushioned seats and air conditioning. So interesting that we didn't realize there was drive time in between to get one place to another because we were so entertained. We had 2 zombie actors and one Woodbury actor on our tour which was a super plus! My Son and I had a great time!
I had no idea we would get to see so many different filming locations - that was AMAZING! I loved that the tour guide was an extra on set on many occasions over the past few years. It gave the tour a more personal experience and he had a lot of cool anecdotes that made the tour special. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone who likes The Walking Dead tv show.
Great guides great fun
We did the Atlanta portion of the Walking Dead tour our Tour Guides were awesome. If you are a fan I would highly recommend this tour. We were provided with so much information to take in and learned so much about behind the scenes of filming, My daughter and I want to go back and do the Senoia tour! Thank you Charlie!
This tour was amazing!
Could not fault it absolutely wonderful, time to look around at all stops, Woodville and a good look from the other side of the road of Alexandria