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Walking Dead Big Zombie Tour Part Two

From US$69.00
Highlights
  • See The Walking Dead filming locations during this zombie tour in Senoia
  • A guide who played an extra on the show tells you cool behind-the-scenes info
  • Get the chance to win prizes by playing trivia against other super fans 
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Walking Dead Big Zombie Tour Part Two
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Walking Dead Big Zombie Tour Part Two
From US$69.00
Overview
While visiting Georgia, seeing The Walking Dead filming sites from seasons two through six by yourself would require renting a car. This The Walking Dead tour saves you the hassle by providing round-trip transport from Senoia. Your tour is led by an actor who played an extra on the TV show and has insider info to share along the way. Plus, you’ll stay comfortable riding in a climate-controlled coach bus.
What to Expect
Your The Walking Dead tour picks you up in Senoia at the Walking Dead Cafe. Your guide for the tour worked as an extra on the TV show and not only knows the quickest ways to filming locations, but has a wide variety of fun facts from filming to share with you, too.

Along the route, watch clips from the show before stopping at sites such as the fictional town of Woodbury, the Zombie Arena, and Oaks Motor Inn. Test your TWD knowledge against other super fans as you battle them in trivia for zombie-themed prizes.

Your The Walking Dead tour in Georgia ends at the same place it began, where you can shop for souvenirs (own expense). Your group also snaps a silly photo you can take home.
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Reviewed 5 days ago
Great Tour - Even if you are not HUGE Fan of the walking dead

I went along on the tour as my daughter is a Walking Dead fan. Colin did a fabulous job explaining the different sites, how the show was made. Colin's engagement of the visitors on the bus was the best part. Conversation and laughter the entire...More

Thank Annette B
Reviewed 6 days ago
AWESOME!!!!

It was a great tour....seeing all the different places they had filmed and how they changed one area to support just a 5 second shot!!!! I was truly giddy when I got on the bus and off the bus....Colin again was a great Tour guide...More

Thank NATULEEC
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Had a great time!

Definitely worth the price. I only wish I was in GA longer so I could do the other TWD tours. It was very informative while also fun. I had 2 family members with me who do not watch the show but both said they enjoyed...More

1  Thank Sue M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great tour and staff

Colin and Magic Mike were great. Will deffinatly return for another tour. Highly reccomeded. It was nice having a tour guide that had actual experience working on the set of The Walking Dead. Colin had a lot of really good information and trivia on the...More

Thank wilkie647
Carrie G, Front Office Manager at Atlanta Movie Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Colin & Magic Mike= the dream team! Thanks for touring with us!

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Big Zombie Tour 2 FREAKING AMAZING

Atlanta Movie Tours are absolutely freakingutley AMAZING!! Colin and Mike was wonderful!! Can't wait for our next tour in the morning!!

Thank Melissa E
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KathyJx
31 May 2018|
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Response from Carl_Convert | Reviewed this property |
Here are a few things I think are relevant. Of course, every family is different so take these with a grain of salt. -Our tour lasted roughly three hours. There was only one bathroom/snack break along the way. The tour bus... More
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danspach
3 April 2018|
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No you can't go inside Alexandria.
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3 April 2018|
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Response from Brittany J | Reviewed this property |
You can’t go inside because it’s an active filming site. But you get close enough to the ‘tin wall’ to almost be able to touch it. And you see plenty of the roofs and buildings for it to be worth it! We loved our tour.
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