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  • Atlanta 5 Hour City Tour by Air-Conditioned Bus

    1. Atlanta 5 Hour City Tour by Air-Conditioned Bus

    Discover the highlights of Atlanta from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus on a 5-hour tour and explore the many unique sights this world famous city has to offer. Visit everything from Downtown to Buckhead to include the Buckhead Mansion Tour, Civil War Battleground Sites, walking the Beltline, The Swan House (as featured on "The Hunger Games"), and dozens of other sites. From Peachtree Center, head to the Martin Luther King, Jr National Historical Park for time to explore several points important to the life of Dr. King. Old meets new as you discover Krog Street Market and get a taste of the reinvention of Inman Park and the Old Fourth Ward neighborhoods. Bring your walking shoes for an exploration of the Beltline trail including many amazing public art installations. Stop at the booming Ponce City Market - the area's largest adaptive reuse project which houses the Central Food Hal...

    We enjoyed the city tour very much. Well planned, excellent tour host and driver.

  • Savannah: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Tour

    2. Savannah: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Tour

    Discover the city of Savannah through John Berendt’s best-selling novel, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" and its 1997 movie adaptation by Clint Eastwood. Walk in a small group with a journalist guide, who is a long-time downtown Savannah resident. Get an up-close look at landmarks that play key roles in the story as you set off from Reynolds Square in the Savannah Historic District and make your way towards the fountain in Forsyth Park. Stop at the city's oldest public plaza to admire the magnificent buildings on Johnson Square. Continue through Wright Square, graced with an impressive memorial to William Washington Gordon, and then be captivated by the beauty of Hamilton-Turner Inn. Walk down Jones Street and find a quiet oasis in Monterey Square. Admire some of the elegant mansion houses, such as Mercer Williams House and Armstrong House along the way.

    I did the tour in August after all the kids had gone back to school, so I ended up being the only person on the tour which was fabulous! Savanna is the most beautiful city in United States I do believe.The guide was very knowledgeable about the book and related it to his personal experience during the time it was written. As you may know, many of the characters in the book were real life people so for me it was just really enjoyable.

  • Savannah: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Walk

    3. Savannah: Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil Walk

    Who would have thought that a story about characters in a sleepy Southern enclave would have created the stir that John Berendt did with his non-fiction novel "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil"? Even the rumors whispered beneath dripping Spanish moss are enough to make a man blush, and it's all true! Just another day in this eccentric city? Savannah Walks is proud to present A Walk through Midnight, a saunter through the pages of Berendt's runaway 1994 bestseller, which Clint Eastwood made into a film in 1997. Guides offer personal insights and observations, as well as recently unearthed stories about the characters in what the people of Savannah have come to call "the book." Some of the guides were even extras in the movie! The guides also have special items of interest to show you along the way. Who knows? On some days you might even see some of the actual characters strolli...

    Brad was very knowledgeable and personable. The tour was an absolute 10/10. This was one of the most expansive and informative tours i’ve ever taken. I would highly recommend this fun tour. It was great to see the actual places where the book and movie took place.

  • Atlanta: The Walking Dead Filming Locations Tour

    4. Atlanta: The Walking Dead 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 th...

    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.

  • Atlanta: Movie Filming Locations Tour

    5. 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 Burgu...

    Our Tour guide was EXCELLENT. She went above and beyond to make our experience fun and informative. My son is a huge Marvel fan. He got to see and experience all of the filming areas as well as for Stranger Things and Baby Driver. Who knew all these films were actually filmed in Atlanta lol?! Thank you for making our trip to Atlanta fun and memorable.

  • Atlanta: "Stranger Things" Film Locations Tour

    6. 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.

  • Atlanta: Gone With the Wind & Margaret Mitchell Private Tour

    7. 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...

  • Savannah: Movie History Van Tour

    8. Savannah: Movie History Van Tour

    Meet your expert guide for a tour through Savannah's history on the silver screen. Explore this beautiful city, nicknamed the hostess city of the south. Learn about Savannah's close connection to Hollywood and discover its beautiful homes, picturesque Spanish moss, and cool southern breezes. Go behind the scenes and hear stories about local film productions and your favorite celebrities. Learn about the makings of Forrest Gump, Something to Talk About, Midnight in the Garden of Good in Evil, and so many more. Hop aboard and get a taste of the silver screen.

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What people are saying about Georgia

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 29 reviews

We really enjoyed the tour. The tour guide, Dan, was knowledgeable and entertaining. He provided relevant information about each stop on the tour and solicited questions from persons on the tour to make sure that the tour was educational and enjoyable. I highly recommend this tour for persons who want an encompassing overview of Atlanta.

Brad was very knowledgeable and personable. The tour was an absolute 10/10. This was one of the most expansive and informative tours i’ve ever taken. I would highly recommend this fun tour. It was great to see the actual places where the book and movie took place.

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.

Loved all the stops that were included and appreciated the tour-guide’s personality

We enjoyed the city tour very much. Well planned, excellent tour host and driver.