Walking Dead Fans: Senoia GA is a Must See!

Do you love the Walking Dead as much as I do?

Did you know that the Walking Dead is filmed in Senoia, Georgia? Did you know that Georgia is the biggest filming location, for TV and movies, in the entire US?

While escaping from Irma, my husband and I stayed in Peachtree City, Georgia. The city sits a short 20 minute drive from the filming location of the Walking Dead and you bet we couldn’t wait to take the tour!

Want to see some pictures? Of course you do! Here they are:

Question 1
Remember this building? It’s the generals apartment up there!
Question 2
The Walking Dead store
Question 3
This is look from the back of the Governor’s apartment. Do you remember when he kissed Andrea back there?
Question 4
In front of this wall where Enid got separated from her parents.
Question 6
This house is where Carl sat on the roof and ate the can of pudding.
Question 7
Carl crossed the street to this house and puked in the front yard. It wasn’t scripted like that but because he ate the whole can, he got sick and the director loved the footage and kept it.
Question 5
Recognize that wall? This is Alexandria!
Question 8
This is a post office and the only building that refused to shut down during taping. To “block” it out, they parked a box car on the train tracks in front of it for the back of the scene.
Question 9
You can see this garden center in some scenes of the show.
Question 10
I know you know what this is! My favorite picture and coolest thing to see was the entrance to Alexandria!
Question 11
And these tracks led to Terminus. Don’t believe me? It’s because they edited in a tunnel in the show, something you cannot see in real life.

This Walking Dead tour is $25/person and about a mile walk around “the grounds.” It takes a couple of hours because the guide gives you insights, behind the scenes talk, and lots of spoilers along the way.

I love to travel and we actually found this (tour and city) while looking for an AirBnb, something else I love. Having to leave because of Irma was no fun but finding this place and touring the show set was awesome.

Also, we had lunch at Nic and Norman’s, a restaurant owned by Greg Nicotero & Norman Reedus. The food was delish, so go eat there after the tour, too.

Need snacks and goodies for your trip? Check out some of my favorites!

Coconut LaraBars are less than ten ingredients and so good!

These Pressed by Kind bars are kind of a new find and favorite for me, you have to try them!

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