"The Walking Dead" Tour - Ongoing!

The Zombie apocalypse has been good to Georgia...

"The Walking Dead" debuted in October, 2010, and has been a ratings juggernaut ever since. The show shoots entirely in Georgia, mostly around the town of Senoia, though there are several iconic Atlanta locations fans will recognize as well. A drive through the "towns of The Walking Dead" will delight fans of the show as major locations are easy to spot, and it's a great way to commune with the spirit of the show. This is a tour we will continue to update!

Tour At a Glance

Jackson Street Bridge

The iconic view of Atlanta for promo of The Walking Dead's first season, (the one with Rick Grimes on horseback) is a very, uh, enhanced approach from the Jackson Street bridge in the city's old fourth ward.

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Cobb Energy Center

The Centers for Disease Control, as shown on The Walking Dead, is actually north Atlanta's Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. While you probably would not survive a zombie attack there, you won't find a bad seat in the house.

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Though the only stage in the Atlanta area was located in Senoia (now Raleigh Riverwood), the town remained a quiet one until the arrival of "The Walking Dead" in 2010. Many locations around the town (including its main street) have been featured in the series as the fictional town...

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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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Collier Metals

As season 5 of "The Walking Dead" began, our heroes were in Terminus, otherwise known as Collier Metals. The business is operating and the campus is not open to the public, though it is easy to see from the road.

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The Carpenter's House

A certain injured sherrif walks out the back of an empty hospital only to find things are worse than he thought... And that hospital was actually the Atlanta Union Mission's Carpenter's House building, home to the group's residential recovery and transitional housing programs...

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Bellwood Quarry

Bellwood Quarry, located just a few miles west of downtown Atlanta, is a 100-year-old granite quarry surrounded by acres of wooded land. It served as the survivor's camp in season one of "The Walking Dead," and acts as several locations in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1...

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Fairlie-Poplar District

In the heart of downtown Atlanta, the Fairlie-Poplar district features historic buildings and intimate tree-lined streets. The area has been showcased in many film and television projects, but is perhaps most famous for "The Walking Dead" Season 1, where a tank filled the intersection...

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Filming location for feature film "Solace" (2013) and TV Series "The Walking Dead."

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Located 45 miles south of Atlanta and with a population of less than 1,500 people, Grantville's historic and largely empty buildings provide quite a cinematic shooting location. Some major action in "The Walking Dead" took place there, as well as scenes in "Dumb and Dumber To...

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Haralson, Georgia. Population from 2010 census: 166. Very small, very awesome. A major location for "The Walking Dead," as well as the 2012 feature "Lawless."

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A lovely Southern city with a square, much like Marietta, but south of Atlanta. Several historic districts, lots of charm. Newnan has been a filming location for "The Walking Dead," "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1," 2012 feature "Lawless" and 2016's "The Founder."

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Gay, GA

About an hour south of Atlanta, Gay, Georgia, is home to the biannual Cotton Pickin' Fair and a bunch of cool old barns and buildings. Population: 89. In addition to "The Walking Dead," "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1," and upcoming feature "In Dubious Battle," have filmed...

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Hampton, Georgia is the home to the Atlanta Motor Speedway , famed for its NASCAR events, and the downtown area of the city has a lovely small town feel. Many shows have filmed at the Speedway, on the roads around the track, or in town including? "The Walking Dead," "A Walk in the...

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"The Walking Dead" shot some of Season 6 in Manchester, and that's all we can say.

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