The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Tour

The second installment in the "Hunger Games" series, "Catching Fire," was filmed largely around the Atlanta area. Their amazing crew of builders, painters, and decorators (with a little help from computers) transformed the following points of interest into the Capitol and Districts. Click here for a discount on the Atlanta History Center's special Capitol Tour of The Swan House.

Tour At a Glance

The Swan House

Designed by famed architect Philip Trammell Shutze for a wealthy Atlanta family, the 1928 Swan House is a star of “Catching Fire” and "Mockingjay Part 1" as the site of President Snow’s mansion, both inside and out. Tours of the historic Buckhead house museum and...

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Murphy Avenue Warehouses

Though the state-owned warehouse complex on Murphy Avenue may not be instantly recognizable to “Catching Fire”? or "Mockingjay Part 1" fans, it was the location of the District 11 town square sequences, and the interior and exterior of the justice building in the second...

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The Goat Farm Arts Center

Located in West Midtown behind a rapidly expanding cluster of A-list shops and restaurants, the Goat Farm is comprised of a group of 19th century warehouse buildings, a working organic farm, a communal coffee shop, event spaces for art and music, artists, chickens, non-profits, and...

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The Pullman Yard

On Atlanta’s near-Eastside sits the “Pullman Yard”—once a repair facility for Pullman train cars but not occupied by that company for many years. This crumbling, state-owned 26-acre industrial complex includes buildings from as early as 1904 and has become...

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Atlanta Motor Speedway

Not only is Hampton's 125,000-seat Atlanta Motor Speedway (AMS) a world-class oval track and site of NASCAR races, it has been featured many times in films and TV shows. Scenes from "Smokey and the Bandit 2," "Stroker Ace," "Six Pack," "Zombieland,"and "Necessary Roughness," have...

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The Beach at International Park

This round beach/water venue was ideal as the arena for the Quarter Quell in “Catching Fire.” It was built as a 1996 Summer Olympic venue for beach volleyball and is part of Clayton County’s International Park, which also has softball and soccer fields and bike trails...

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Atlanta Marriott Marquis

Famous for its soaring atrium (the largest in the world when the building was completed in 1985), this John Portman-designed hotel is the Tribute Quarters in “Catching Fire” and "Mockingjay Part 1." Dramatic vistas of and from the atrium’s full 52-story glass elevators...

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