Zombies and Fried Green Tomatoes
Tour the iconic places of award-winning films and television series in and near Peachtree City—plus a celebrity fan camp!
As you cruise around at 15 mph, think about this: you are in a Hollywood “hot spot”. Georgia has evolved into an impressive backdrop for the sets of many films and television series, all within a few miles of the golf cart paths here in Peachtree City.
Two tour companies have expert guides who can show you around: Southern Hollywood Film Tour and Georgia Tour Company.
The Walking Dead Season 11
Are you a fan of AMC’s The Walking Dead? The filming of Season 11—the final season—is underway as zombie culture staggers into the hearts of this series’ diehard fans. Though this series ends, the tours continue as Walking Dead-inspired films are in place. Nearby Senoia is the location for the fictional and apocalyptic town Woodbury, as well as the studio satellite location and backlot.
Georgia Tour Company presents The Touring Dead Walking Tour
Georgia Tour Company will bring you to the set locations from Season 3 to the present Season, along with tour guide insider stories about Seasons 1 and 2. Your cosplaying guides have been on set as extras and/or they are living and working here in town and view the action as it happens.
Kiersten Place is a tour guide with Georgia Tour Company. “You’re in Woodbury right now,” Kiersten tells her guests. “And some of them have no idea that Senoia is this place!” Guests see 52 different locations that focus on The Walking Dead and include other iconic film and television sites.
Southern Hollywood Film Tour
Sherri Smith Brown is your personal tour guide on your historical driving tour. She
is a semi-retired television and video producer/writer and stays active in the film
Get ready to see memorable locations for many of your favorite film and television shows. The two-hour journey begins here in Peachtree City with pick up at your hotel or at The Avenue and travels the backroads to Senoia and Haralson. These are location sites for movies and television shows including The Walking Dead, Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Fried Green Tomatoes (1991), Sweet Home Alabama (2002), Lawless (2012), The Conjuring (2013), and WandaVision (2021).
“I have to see the movie before I can find the location,” says Sherri, who combines clues, her local knowledge and industry contacts to share behind-the-scenes stories about productions, movie stars, and how Georgia got to be “The Hollywood of the South”.
The Camp: A FANmily Reunion on Memorial Day Weekend
Meet celebrity guests from your favorite TV shows, including The Walking Dead, Stranger Things, Cobra Kai, and more while reuniting with your fandom family! The Camp runs May 28 and 29 at the Hilton Peachtree City Hotel & Conference Center here in Peachtree City. Plus, enjoy live music, food, art, drinks, and an exclusive pool party!
As a charity-based event, The Camp raises money for charities that benefit people and animals. Register: TheCampEvents.com and use coupon code: GEORGIA for 10% off.
Visit Peachtree City’s website for tour reservations and contact information. Coming with a larger group? Ask about step-on tours or customized options.
The movie and film tours — and The Camp — are popular with people who have connected with film and television industry characters, settings and the stories that shape our fascinations.