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Great tour, especially for Walking Dead fans. Our tour guide, Michael, was very knowledgeable and had also appeared as a Walker in many episodes so had pretty good insight into how things were done. Many iconic shooting sites are included, well worth the time money.
If you are a Dead fan and are in Atlanta, you have to take this tour. It was awesome. My son loved it . Charlie the tour guide was perfect for the job.
Couldn't have been better!! PERFECT! Great tour guides, great locations.
Wonderful tour! We had a great tour guide as well! Highly recommend this tour to any TWD fan!!!
We loved the tour. Our guide Chaz was great! Every one that works for Atlanta Movie Tours are cheerful and helpfull. A must do for every Walking Dead fan!
My 15 year old daughter and I did both Zombie tours and LOVED them. Having actual Walking Dead zombie actors lead the tours is great fun. Now my son and husband want to go to Atlanta and Senoia to take the tours!
The tour was really good! It is fun going and seeing the places then being able to put it back with the scenes on the show. My only complaint was that our tour bus was full so we had to basically rush to get back on the bus or someone would steal your seat but this isn't Atlanta Movie Tours fault.
Enjoyed seeing many of the locations where "The Walking Dead" is filmed outside of Atlanta. Tour guides were very nice and informative. Main disappointment is that we were not allowed to see the farm (private property) and prison (studio set) which are featured in the series. The film crew was set up outside of the town of Senoia, GA (which was the location of "Woodbury" in the TV series), but again we were not allowed to go near where they were filming.
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I am a die-hard fan of the show. I thought the tour was OK but not great. I thought that one thing that would have enhanced the tour would be to show clips from the show while on the bus that tie in to the set being shown. There is a lot of bus time and it would have been easy to show those scenes either before or after.
The tour guides did a really good job and it was fun to hear behind the scenes stories from someone that has been in several episodes.