Beware of massive season 2 and 3 spoilers! Every big fan of The Walking Dead should include a visit of the filming locations when staying in Atlanta, Georgia. This year I finally took time for this self-guided tour. Starting up rather late I didn’t see many of the locations, as darkness cropped up… These locations are not the ones in the center of Atlanta but only some of those in the South of Georgia’s capital. The starting point of my 2-hours-trip was Hartsfield Jackson International Airport, Atlanta.
A zombie-like advert for a restaurant at the street of Senoia, Georgia, where the film studios of The Walking Dead are located.
I think there’s no better weather than bright sunshine and an intensively blue sky. The rather shallowly light blue sky in Germany is just as annoying as these grey clouds you’ll find in German skies too often. Therefore here’s a real good spirit picture as a contrast to the everlasting grey sky in Germany – like seen today.
Gorgeous weather in Downtown Atlanta.
Being a great fan of filming locations I visited – apart from my The Walking Dead filming location tour south of Atlanta – some locations in the center of Atlanta, Georgia. Among them was the season 1 DVD cover location of this popular TV-series. Season 1 shows us how Rick Grimes is riding to Atlanta on horseback. So where is this place, which is not only a fantastic viewpoint to the Downtown skyline but also a true insider tip?
The view from Jackson Street Bridge in Atlanta: the cover for the first season of The Walking Dead.