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Atlanta: "Stranger Things" Film Locations Tour

1. Atlanta: "Stranger Things" Film Locations Tour

Walk in the footsteps of your favorite “Stranger Things” characters on this film locations tour. With an expert guide, visit some of the TV series’ most iconic sets while listening to behind-the-scenes stories. Stops on the tour include Hawkins neighborhood, where you can see the homes of the Wheelers, Sinclairs, and Hendersons, and walk along the streets where the boys spent many scenes on their bikes. Other highlights include Screen Gems, the studio where parts of the show were filmed, Hawkins Public Pool, Hawkins Middle School, and Hawkins High School. You’ll also see Brimborn Steelworks, the nesting place of the Mindflayer.

Savannah: Vintage Cabriolet Guided Sightseeing Tour

2. Savannah: Vintage Cabriolet Guided Sightseeing Tour

Experience the historic city of Savannah in style from the comfort of a private and vintage convertible as you learn about historic locations, architecture, and culture. Dive into Savannah by starting with a drive down the iconic River Street and learn about the fascinating stories of the historic and modern ports. Take in City Market and the Historic District's infamous squares and parks, along with landmark churches like the Basilica of St. John and Temple Mickve Israel. Marvel at the unique architectural icons and streets such as Jone's Street and Bull Street's Monument Row. Experience it all with a panoramic view from the comfortable seat of a vintage convertible and enjoy a comfortable private tour with a guide who will cater sights and stories to your interests and tastes.

Atlanta: The Walking Dead Private Filming Locations Tour

3. Atlanta: The Walking Dead Private Filming Locations Tour

Choose between two different tours perfect for Walking Dead fanatics: 'Walking Dead in the City' covers in-town Atlanta filming locations: • Rick on the Atlanta Interstate - the iconic spot of the Walking Dead poster, where Rick enters downtown Atlanta on his horse • Rick's & Morgan's houses - homes in the historic neighborhood used for filming in Season 1 • Walkers in the City - locations in downtown Atlanta where Rick first encountered the Walkers and where Merle lost his hand • The hospital - where Rick awoke from his coma and emerged into a new world • The Center for Disease Control - the building used as the CDC, where the survivors traveled looking for answers • Terminus - see the place where 'those who arrive survive' in seasons 3 & 4 • Natural History Museum - the buildings used as the history museum, where they recover historic farming supplies and tools in Season 9 'Where the Walking Dead Lives' focuses on filming locations outside of town: • Rick on the Atlanta Interstate - the iconic spot of the Walking Dead poster, where Rick enters downtown Atlanta on his horse • Woodbury - the survivor's settlement ruthlessly run by the Governor in season 3 • Woodbury Shoppe - the official Walking Dead store containing hundreds of collectibles • The Walking Dead Museum - artifacts including Daryl's motorcycle, the 'Dead Inside' hospital door and a cell from the prison where Rick and his crew temporarily resided • Nic & Norman's - the restaurant owned by the show's directors Greg Nicotero and Norman Reedus' • Alexandria - the exterior of the walled-off community containing the survivor's safe-zone

Atlanta: Movie Filming Locations Tour

4. Atlanta: Movie Filming Locations Tour

Atlanta now ranks as the 2nd-largest film and TV location site in the US. Join your expert guide for a tour of Atlanta's most famous filming locations. Your tour will stop at some of the following: CAPTAIN AMERICA CIVIL WAR • The location of the Nigerian marketplace • The Institute for Infectious Diseases where biological weapons were stolen • The church used for Agent Carter's funeral • The Avengers Headquarters BLACK PANTHER • The site used for the opening & closing basketball court scenes • The museum Killmonger robbed • The Korean marketplace SPIDERMAN HOMECOMING • Peter Parker's High School FAST & FURIOUS 7 • City street locations used for several chases and crash scenes • The Cemetery used for Han's funeral BABY DRIVER • The site of the opening bank robbery scene and getaway • Baby's apartment • Baby's workplace and favorite record store ANCHORMAN 2 • The park where Ron Burgundy fought his epic, star-studded battle DIVERGENT • Headquarters for the Erudite Elite DRIVING MISS DAISY • The site of the Temple bombing TYLER PERRY'S MADEA • Madea's home THE HUNGER GAMES • The Capitol - the location of Peeta's rescue from the Capitol and the Tribute's Quarters • President Snow's Mansion - the home used as the mansion of the President of Panem

Savannah: Small-Group Guided Historical Tour

5. Savannah: Small-Group Guided Historical Tour

Join your expert guide on a historical sightseeing walking tour in a small-group setting. Visit the historical district town, plus Bonaventure Cemetery. Best of all, pickup and drop-off are included. Visit Savannah’s 22 historical squares where you will see lovely homes, beautiful churches, charming inns, and museums amidst the shade of live oak trees and intimate green space Take a peek at late Victorian and Queen Anne architecture in this lovely historical district, the crown jewel of Savannah’s Antebellum architecture. Take in many grand places of worship on your tour. Stroll to the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, an impressive 19th century Roman Catholic cathedral & seat of the Bishop of Savannah Also not to be missed is Christ Church. Established in 1733 with the founding of the colony of Georgia, this church is known as “The Mother Church of Georgia”. Wesley Monumental Church, a 19th century Methodist church dedicated as a monument to John and Charles Wesley, is also on the itinerary for your tour. Last up is Bonaventure Cemetery. located on the site of a former plantation. Hear and see how the cemetery was featured in the novel and film “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”.

Atlanta: Gone With the Wind & Margaret Mitchell Private Tour

6. Atlanta: Gone With the Wind & Margaret Mitchell Private Tour

Start the tour with a visit to Margaret Mitchell's House, the apartment where the Pulitzer-Prize winning author lived and wrote Gone With The Wind. Next head to The Georgian Terrace, the historic hotel where the film's premiere party was held in 1939. Continue on with a tour through Inman Park where you will see the site of the Battle of Atlanta which featured prominently in the novel. Marvel at some of Atlanta's grandest Victorian homes during your tour through the surrounding neighborhood. Next, head over to Oakland Cemetery, the garden cemetery which is the final resting place for thousands of Civil War soldiers as well as Margaret Mitchell and her family. Continue the tour with a drive along Peachtree Street and visit the location on Atlanta's major thoroughfare where Margaret Mitchell met her untimely death. Finally, end the tour with a stop in Ansley Park, the historic, tree-lined neighborhood where Margaret Mitchell was born.

Bonaventure Cemetery: Private Tour with Shannon Scott

7. Bonaventure Cemetery: Private Tour with Shannon Scott

Join historian and artist Shannon Scott for an insider's view into the fascinating historic cemetery and the famed dead. Embark on a walking tour as you learn about history from the mid-18th century Bonaventure Plantation era. Admire the most sumptuous natural landscapes that you'll ever observe in a cemetery anywhere in the world. Hear about famed figures that have made their mark on Savannah's history, their connections to The Historic District and the world at large.  The tour is particularly focused on symbols and the hidden language of cemeteries. Gain an insight into the world of Freemasonry, which was born in Savannah and led the path for other secret societies to follow. Learn how to decode such objects or truly see them in their proper light.  At heart though, this tour is about storytelling and you'll quickly see that Shannon Scott is well-heeled in the art form and truly brings Bonaventure's dead to life. This private tour will provide access to more locations, more details, and Shannon's expert attention than the group tour.

Atlanta: From Civil War to Civil Rights Private Tour

8. Atlanta: From Civil War to Civil Rights Private Tour

Start the tour with a stop at Cabbagetown - a historic cotton mill-town established in the late 19th century which still retains its unique and historical architecture. Then head over to Inman Park to see the site of the Battle of Atlanta. Marvel at the many decorative Victorian homes in the neighborhood including the home of the founder of Coca Cola.  Next, continue on to Oakland Cemetery - a garden cemetery which is the final resting place for various historical figures including Civil War soldiers, the author of Gone with the Wind, and the founder of The Masters Golf Tournament. Visit numerous locations associated with the life of Martin Luther King Jr., the leader of the Civil Rights movement including his birthplace, church, and final resting place. Finally, end the tour at Sweet Auburn Curb Market - Atlanta's only public market located on what was known in the early 20th century as the richest African-American street in the world.

Atlanta: Private City Highlights Tour

9. Atlanta: Private City Highlights Tour

Climb into a private vehicle and begin your tour of downtown Atlanta. Begin on Peachtree Street located along Atlanta’s main thoroughfare and home to one the South’s oldest private clubs, several historic churches, and the site of the deadliest hotel fire in US history. Then head into the Fairlie Poplar Historic District - the commercial heart of the city which contains a range of architectural styles popular in the late 19th and early-20th centuries including Atlanta's Flatiron Building. Then head to the Centennial Olympic Park to see The World of Coke, Georgia Aquarium, National Center for Civil Rights, and CNN. Finally, witness the imposing Mercedes Benz Stadium which is home to the Falcons and Atlanta United. Continue the tour with a drive through midtown, where you will see the apartment where the Pulitzer-Prize winning author Margaret Mitchell wrote Gone With The Wind. Admire the Fox Theater & Georgian Terrace, a lavishly restored 1920's movie palace. Head into the Ansley Park neighborhood known for its winding roads, beautiful landscaping, and a variety of architecture predominantly from the early 20th-century. Finish this section of the tour at Piedmont Park and the Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Next, see some of the finest architecture in the city in the exclusive neighborhood of Buckhead and Tuxedo Park including the 1920's Swan House which featured in The Hunger Games movies. See numerous sites related to the life of Martin Luther King Jr., the leader of the Civil Rights Movement and step inside the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library. Make a quick stop in the Ponce City Market which hosts a vibrant mix of restaurants, shops, apartments, and offices. End the tour with a drive through the Eastside district of the city. Pass by Cabbagetown, one of the 1st textile processing mills built in the South and the restored mansions at Inman Park. End the day with a tour of Grant Park - Atlanta’s oldest city park, home to Zoo Atlanta and a large collection of restored Victorian and Craftsman homes.

Atlanta: A City in a Forest Private Nature Tour

10. Atlanta: A City in a Forest Private Nature Tour

Start the tour at Piedmont Park and the Botanical Gardens in Atlanta's Central Park. The 189-acre urban green-space is home to more than 30 acres of botany including a 40-foot-tall canopy walk through the forest. Next, continue on to the Ansley Park neighborhood which was the birthplace of Margaret Mitchell. Admire the winding roads, beautiful landscaping, and a variety of architecture predominantly from the early 20th-century.  Next head over to the Olmsted Linear Park which was developed by Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect of NYC’s Central Park. This impressive park is known as the 'front yard' to stately homes in the Druid Hills neighborhood. Finally, explore Grant Park, the oldest park in the city and home to Zoo Atlanta. The 131-acre park is surrounded by the largest collection of Victorian cottages and Craftsman bungalows in the city.

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What people are saying about Georgia

My guide was Melinda and she was very knowledgeable. She let me Facebook Live the sites so my friends back home could see. Very enjoyable tour if you are a Walking Dead Fan.

It was a wonderful tour. So very meaningful! Our tour guide was perfect and our stops were really significant to us! I’m so glad we took this tour!

Mickey was a great tour guide. He was very knowledgeable and fun to tour with. Would recommend this tour for anyone.

Our guide was great! You get all of the beginning seasons locations and I loved it. I would definitely do it again.

Our guide was wonderful. He shared lots of information. We loved the musical interludes.