Walkin Dead Tours Haralson Ga.
“ Our guide Darrell Dude led us through some iconic scenes from several episodes of the Walking Dead . ” in 2 reviews
“ We have done several walking tours in Senoia and even the studio tour , and this tour is by far one of our favorites! ” in 2 reviews
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Senoia, GA 30276
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At Walkin' Dead Tours and Events we pride ourselves on giving our tour guests the best Walking Dead Experience possible. Join us for a 1/3 mile walking tour through actual locations used in season 3 of The Walking Dead. Dress up like your favorite character in our one-of-a-kind cosplay tours or just go as yourself. All of our guests get to "weapon up" with their favorite replica weaponry before we enter the locations so that you can recreate your favorite scenes for unique memories you won't find anywhere else! …
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So I'm not sure if they are still doing walking dead tours here or not anymore. We drove into the Town of Haralson today and was shown Buy a couple locals or part of the movie series was filmed. The town for the most part is deserted for real. It's kind of like a bedroom community now. But if you're a walking dead fan as I am you will surely recognize some of these photos of buildings from the TV series. At any rate I thought it was much spookier with nobody around a.k.a. tourist it literally was a dead town. Very cool. Enjoy the pics
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My family and I had a blast on this tour! Our tour guide was so fun and was extremely knowledgeable about the show. It was so cool to be on some of the sets used in the tv show and actually be able to act out some of the scenes! If you're a diehard fan or just curious this tour will definitely do it for you!
We took this tour yesterday and had a great time. They outfitted us with weapons and we immersed ourselves in the zombie apocalypse. Our guide Darrell Dude led us through some iconic scenes from several episodes of the Walking Dead. Took pictures and video of us included in the price of the tour. Walkers who have been on the show are wandering the property. Our studio tour was cancelled for production and we found this tour by a chance zombie encounter in Senoia. It's about 5 minutes from Senoia. It was half the price of the studio tour and I would recommend it to any Walking Dead fan.
Stumbled upon this tour by accident. Tour Guide Darryl did an excellent job. We seen the locations of fight scenes with the governor, Merrill, Mishon and others happened. The best part was interacting with walkers. Yes the undead (not really). Thought I was prepared but nope I cowards behind the others in my group looking for safety. There are pictures that are taken and props to be carried all to make you feel as if you are a part of a scene. This 1.5 hour-ish tour was great. Reasonably priced. We had a great time.
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Omg!!! I have been to senoia to tour the walking dead sites 3 times and this time we decided to come to the silos..... this was SO much more than we expected! First of all the people that work at the shop (which we originally just stopped for) were So incredibly friendly, they are obviously true fans of the show and love to share their knowledge of the nearby shooting sites. Then we decided on taking the tour and couldn't have been more impressed. The guide was incredibly friendly, knowledgeable, and we learned so many details about the show from him. We have done several walking tours in Senoia and even the studio tour, and this tour is by far one of our favorites! Just do it!!! You won't be disappointed!!!
UPDATED MY REVIEW TO FIT WITHIN THE GUIDELINES OF YELP :) Somehow this extremely sketchy business has been able to pull my reviews from yelp multiple times which Is just not right. We had a terrible experience on a shitty tour and were treated very poorly. Way past rude and just outright terrible. This all in front of my daughter. My first review wasn't specific enough so I'm assuming they said it wasn't accurate. Believe me it was. Spent way too much money for one of the tackiest tours I've ever seen and was treated like shit by the overbearing extremely rude manager. I would never drop another penny in this dump. I'd encourage anyone who wants a proper tour that's much more authentic to make the short drive to Senoia, where they ACTUALLY still film TWD. Not a has been location they filmed a couple scenes many years ago. This place is a scam and tries to convince tourists that they are affiliated with the show. THEY ARE NOT. Big pass for us and a waste of time and money. If the owner was smart she would either fire the nasty manager or send an apology instead of trying to have my legitimate review removed. Zero stars!
My sister is a die hard Walking Dead fan so we went and we had such a blast! They were all so nice, informative and patient with us while towing along 2 kids under 3. Highly recommend them.
We are fans of the Walking Dead and decided to take this tour. So glad we did. It was led by a guy that looks just like Daryl. He was so informative of the scenes that were filmed around there and even took photos and videos of us with walkers. We had a great day and I would highly recommend it to any fan of the show!
OMG!!! This place is a joke. Totally wasted my time on a very lame tour here. I should have looked at the reviews and how bad they really are. Rude employees as well. Big pass here.
We had a great experience today and enjoyed this tour. Our tour guide was very informative and extremely knowledgeable about TWD, other movies filmed on their location, and general info about the town and area. We had lots of fun!! I would highly recommend taking this tour and visiting their gift shop.
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Walkin Dead Tours Haralson Ga.
10 Line Creek Rd, Senoia , Georgia 30276 USA
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GET READY because at Walkin Dead Tours and Events, we have specifically designed a tour for the ULTIMATE WALKING DEAD EXPERIENCE. While on your tour, you will be fully equipped with all the necessary replica weaponry used in T.W.D. that might be necessary to fend off any and all threats as you enter The Esco Feed Mill Complex and determine your fate at the negotiation table from Season 3. Haralson and close by areas have been used as locations in 26 episodes from seasons 2 through 6 of T.W.D. This is a 1/3 mile interactive walking tour. Choose from a regular tour or dress up in one of our many cosplay costumes and experience the full affect of The Walking Dead for yourself. Our store hours are daily 10 am to 5 pm.Tours are available daily:Monday-Friday 11 am, 2 pm and 4 pmSaturday 11 am and 2 pmSunday 2 pm ONLYSUMMER TOUR HOURS (June 1st through August 31st ONLY):Monday-Saturday 10 am & 12 pmSunday 12 pm ONLYHaralson is located exactly 5 miles south of Senoia, which is the fictional town of Woodbury.
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So I'm not sure if they are still doing walking dead tours here or not anymore. We drove into the Town of Haralson today and was shown Buy a couple locals or part of the movie series was filmed.... Read more
Reviewed by Jada D.
My family and I had a blast on this tour! Our tour guide was so fun and was extremely knowledgeable about the show. It was so cool to be on some of the sets used in the tv show and actually be... Read more
Reviewed by Debbie B.
We took this tour yesterday and had a great time. They outfitted us with weapons and we immersed ourselves in the zombie apocalypse. Our guide Darrell Dude led us through some iconic scenes from... Read more
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Love TWD? Check out these Walking Dead film locations that you can visit.
Since Jacob is a big Walking Dead fan, and I’ve only watched half an episode peeking through my fingers, he will share about our Walking Dead Tour in Atlanta.
The Walking Dead is coming back from its mid-season break next week. Is anyone else as excited as I am? I’ve been following the show since day one and love that it’s shot in our hometown of Atlanta. I remember watching Season 1 and pointing at different scenes, saying, “HEY! I know where that is!”
SPOILER ALERT: If you’re not caught up on the show, you may not want to read through the guide yet.
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- The Best Walking Dead Locations
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Last year, we had the chance to go on a tour to visit a few of the shooting locations with Atlanta Movie Tours (unfortunately, they shut down during the pandemic), but for those of you who may want to go at your own pace, here’s our road trip guide to the best Walking Dead Locations.
Note: Most of these spots are from the first few seasons. As the show progressed, they shot more in studios and closed off areas that the public couldn’t access. If you know of any spots that we’re missing, let us know!
Esther had fun editing the photos to make them more Walking Dead-esque. We didn’t get a chance to shoot the photos closer to how they were shot for the show, so we’ll eventually have to go back and replace some of them
1. The Hospital
2353 Bolton Rd, 30318, map
First Appeared: Season 1, Episode 1, “Days Gone By”
What better way to start off your tour than at the place where Rick wakes up from a coma and realizes that something is off? It’s such an eerie feeling walking around. We kept thinking walkers would stroll around the corner at any time. At this location, you can view the courtyard that he exits out to, which was full of bodies, and you can see the parking lot that has abandoned helicopters and military vehicles.
The location is not a hospital but the admin offices of the Atlanta Mission, a local non-profit that serves the homeless.
Fun fact There was a Bruce Willis Dummy in one of the body bags.
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2. CDC (The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention)
2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy, 30339, map
First Appeared: Season 1, Episode 5, “Wildfire”
In hopes to find answers to all their questions, the group finds its way to the CDC, where they meet Dr. Edwin Jenner, the last remaining employee. Unfortunately, things don’t work out, and they escape just before the building self-destructs.
Although the real CDC is located in Atlanta, the location they used to shoot this is the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center. We’ve been here to watch the Moulin Rouge ballet a while back! The exterior is the Cobb Arts Center, but the interiors of “CDC” were mostly shot at the Georgia World Congress Center.
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3. The Quarry
Lois St NW, 30318, map
First Appeared: Season 1, Episode 2, “Guts”
The quarry and campsite nearby are where a different group of survivors had made their homes, but when walkers overran it, it led to a confrontation where Amy’s sister is killed, and Rick is reunited with Lori and Carl. You may also recognize it from Stranger Things.
This location is a 100 yr-old granite quarry being converted into a 300-acre park and reservoir. You can see it from above, but if you want to hike down to the bottom, you’ll need to check out an Atlanta Beltline bus tour .
4. Tank Intersection
Forsyth St NW & Walton St NW, 30303, map
Rick narrowly escapes a zombie horde inside an abandoned tank at this intersection and eventually escapes with Glenn’s help (YEA, GLENN!).
You could easily miss this spot as a shoot location if you’re not looking carefully. They have some amazing aerial shots, and having dressed the intersection to be more… zombified, they did a great job creating the Walking Dead world here.
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5. Bridge & Rooftop
327 Nelson Street SW, 30313, map
We started off by seeing the bridge from season 1 when Rick enters Atlanta for the first time. It’s also the same building where Merle was abandoned on the roof, and Merle’s hand (or lack thereof) scene took place. The building was precisely the same as seen in the show.
In the show, Rick heads to Atlanta searching for Lori and Carl and, after running out of options, decides to enter on horseback.
The address is to our friends over at Atlanta Movie Tours, who do an amazing guided tour of The Walking Dead sites! Just down the street from their offices, you’ll see the bridge.
6. Rick’s House
817 Cherokee Ave SE, 30315, map
After waking up from his coma, this is Rick’s first stop in hopes to find his family and answers.
In the show, this house was located in a rural town, but in actuality, it’s in the heart of Atlanta across Grant Park and The Atlanta Zoo.
1 Main St, Senoia, GA 30276, map
First Appeared: Season 3, Episode 3, “Walk With Me”
So much happens in the small town of Woodbury. Andrea and Michonne are brought here after being captured by Merle. Maggie and Glenn are tortured, and we learn how creepy the Governor is.
The actual town is Senoia, and they still run even during filming. There is a gift shop in town, a gun store in case you want to prepare for the actual zombie apocalypse, and a quick chat with any of the townsfolk and you’ll get to hear some amazing stories!
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8. Hershel’s Farm & The Prison
600 Chestlehurst Rd, Senoia, GA 30276, map
First Appeared: Season 2, Episode 2, “Bloodletting” and Season 2, Episode 3, “Seed”
These iconic locations are a huge part of the story in Season 2. Both become temporary homes for the group, and new characters are introduced at each location.
Unfortunately, it’s pretty challenging to get a glimpse of either. Hershel’s Farm is just outside the town of Senoia on an unmarked road. The prison, as opposed to random internet rumors claiming it was filmed at an actual prison, is located at Raleigh Studios Atlanta. And because they want to keep everything under wraps, access is prohibited. We had a chance to chat with Scott Tigchelaar, President of RSA, while we visited Woodbury and got to hear how filming has affected Senoia and the surrounding area.
9. The Silo
Railroad Street, Haralson, GA 30229, map
First Appeared: Season 3, Episode 13, “Arrow on the Doorpost”
This is the location of Rick and the Governor’s meeting in hopes to ease tensions, and a lot is going on outside with Andrea, Daryl, and Martinez.
The interior was shot around the corner, but all exteriors were shot here at the old ESCO Feed Mill.
10. Post-Farm Campsite
1739 Elders Mill Rd, Senoia, GA 30276, map
First Appeared: Season 2, Episode 13, “Beside the Dying Fire”
After leaving the overrun farm, the group camps by this waterfall, and Rick gives an epic speech to end the season.
Shot at Elders Mill Road Waterfall and Campsite, you can check out the stone remnants of the old grist mills for $10. Otherwise, you get a glimpse of it from the road.
11. The Pharmacy & Bar
58-98 Main St, Sharpsburg, GA 30277, map
First Appeared: Season 2, Episode 4 “Cherokee Rose
Steve’s Pharmacy is where Glenn and Maggie get it on while running for medical supplies (YEA, GLENN AGAIN)! The Carriage Bar is where Hershel goes for a drink after Shane destroys all the walkers in his barn.
You can find both of these locations in the small town of Sharpsburg. The pharmacy was an unused storefront during production, and the bar is the Old Sharpsburg Auction Building.
The Official Walking Dead Tour (Permanently Closed)
We had a chance to tour Walking Dead Filming sites with The AV Club and the Fiesta Movement. We’d never done any of these tours before, and this was a unique experience since it was a private tour while they were filming. On day one, we saw on our tour included the bridge, the hospital, CDC, and the tank scene in downtown Atlanta.
The next morning, we drove to Senoia, GA, or better known as Woodbury in the show. It’s wild to stroll around and see the town as it really is. As we visited shops, we quickly learned that Senoia had a great relationship with the cast and crew. Everyone really loved the show, and it didn’t hinder their businesses. Apparently, while they are shooting, stores stay open, and people just enter through the back. We also found some interesting items at the Woodbury souvenir shop.
Raleigh Studios Atlanta (RSA), which is just a couple of miles away, is home to the show while filming. It is also the location of the prison set. We didn’t get a chance to visit since it was a closed set. We got to speak with Scott Tigchelaar, President of RSA, and hear about how filming has affected Senoia. Josh and I will make an appearance on The A.V. Club’s Pop Pilgrims , where they show more footage of our trip, so check it out!
Map of the Best Walking Dead Filming Locations
- If you’re renting a car and plan on doing the whole tour, get something fuel-efficient to save money since you’ll be covering some long distances.
- Be respectful if you visit any of these spots. Especially the ones that are private.
- It’s hot and humid during the summer in Atlanta, so keep hydrated.
- Atlanta traffic is bad, so avoid peak hours (6-8 AM and 4-7:30 PM).
- Don’t forget to load up on road trip snacks!
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