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Big Zombie Walking Dead Tour in Senoia

From US$20.00
Highlights
  • See The Walking Dead filming locations during this TWD Tour in Senoia
  • A guide tells behind-the-scenes facts from experience on the show’s set
  • Walking through fictional Alexandria and Woodbury lets you see more
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Big Zombie Walking Dead Tour in Senoia
From US$20.00
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12:30pm TourMost Popular
Insiders will guide an intimate group of fans through the streets and alleys of Senoia to notorious locations like Father Gabriels church, the Alexandria Safe Zone wall, and the tunnel.
US$20.00
11am Tour
Insiders will guide an intimate group of fans through the streets and alleys of Senoia to notorious locations like Father Gabriels church, the Alexandria Safe Zone wall, and the tunnel.
US$20.00
2:30pm Tour
Insiders will guide an intimate group of fans through the streets and alleys of Senoia to notorious locations like Father Gabriels church, the Alexandria Safe Zone wall, and the tunnel.
US$20.00
Overview
Mapping out your own route through Senoia, Georgia, to see the filming locations of The Walking Dead would take tons of precious time. This guided tour plans out visits to the fictional settings of Alexandria and Woodbury for you, so you can walk past where some of your favorite scenes were shot—all in just an hour. Plus, your guide was actually on The Walking Dead, so you’ll hear behind-the-scenes info you wouldn’t learn otherwise.
What to Expect
This tour, devoted to The Walking Dead, begins at The Walking Dead Cafe on Main Street in Senoia. Once you meet up with your guide and group, it’s time to go exploring.

Your guide is a professional actor who has been on the set of The Walking Dead. As you walk to the fictional towns of Alexandria and Woodbury, get up close to filming locations such as Father Gabriel's church and the Alexandria wall. Your guide tells you cool behind-the scenes information about the show and certain scenes, too.

Your hourlong tour ends at The Woodbury Shoppe and Museum. Because this tour packs in a ton of details into a short frame of time, the rest of your day is still free for other activities.
Reviews (91)
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Big zombie bus tour 2

Georgia from GA was our tour guide and Magic Mike our driver. Both were phenomenal! Georgia has worked on TWD and was very informative and fun. The bus tour was just what we wanted as it drove outside of senoia to see the filming locations...More

Thank MeneeB
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Georgia is the best tour guide

If you get the chance, do the walking dead tour with Georgia On Earth (I think that's her social media name). She has been on the show as Maggie's body double and she is loaded with great trivia information and fun stories. She also has...More

Thank Doriano C
Carrie G, Front Office Manager at Atlanta Movie Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

Georgia is definitely a ton of fun and we're lucky to have her as part of our team! Thank you for touring with us!

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Walking Dead Tour

Colin was our tour guide for this awesome tour! It starts out in Senoia, at a cafe called The Walking Dead Cafe. We get to see a ton of filming spots, including Alexandria. The bus is extremely comfortable. You travel to Griffin as well, where...More

Thank Shaina S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
worth every penny

Collin was friendly, entertaining, and knowledgeable. Wonderful tour. He shared many stories, and was excited that one of our party had never seen the Walking Dead and welcomed his observations.

Thank Mark K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Awesome Experience

I was a little unsure, but still excited for the tour. Was not sure if it was going to be a tourist trap. Our tour started at the waking dead cafe and out tour guide was Georgia who was awesome. We got to walk around...More

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graytonrbust
August 19, 2018|
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Response from Christy M | Reviewed this property |
I would go between June and end of August . We saw father Gabriel in a coffee shop august the 17th.
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Christine W
August 11, 2018|
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Response from janise1221 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, there was someone with a stroller on our tour.
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Christine W
August 11, 2018|
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Response from sogo | Reviewed this property |
As far as terrain, I think it is doable. Please be mindful of high temperatures (Hydration, clothing and sunscreen). Also please be mindful of others on the tour (Is he/she well-behaved or will it create a distraction... More
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