Atlanta's history is a fascinating one, spanning from its role in the American Civil War to its role in the US Civil Rights Movement. Atlanta's oldest cemetery and the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are well worth a visit.
Learn from one of America's most beloved authors, Margaret Mitchell, who wrote Gone With the Wind, which won the Pulitzer Prize. Margaret Mitchell's final resting place and the flat where she penned the novel are among the places you can visit.
An Atlanta private tour will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the city. From Downtown to Midtown to Buckhead and everywhere in between, the city's architectural and historic treasures can be found.
As you eat your way around Grant Park's best southern cuisine, you can learn about the city's history. Take a 2.5-to 3-hour small-group tour of Oakland Cemetery and sample modern, southern-inspired meals with novel twists.
In order to learn more about Atlanta's expanding craft-brewing business, VIP bus tours and beer sampling are fantastic options. Three breweries in Atlanta are included in the tour: SweetWater, which was originally known as Red Brick Brewing, and Monday Night Brewing.
Today, six locally owned and award-winning restaurants are serving up some of the best Southern cuisine around for lunch. See some of Atlanta's most iconic murals and Victorian mansions on the Eastside Trail.
Take a comfortable bus ride to Georgia's wine country from the heart of Atlanta. Visit three local wineries for a total of 13 tastings. Helen, North Georgia's Bavarian Village, is a great place to get a taste of German culture and do some shopping.
The Walking Dead walking tour from Woodbury to Alexandria. See filming locations from Seasons 3 to the present, with insider anecdotes from Seasons 1 and 2. Your tour will be led by a costumed guide, many of whom have been extras or others who live and work in town and see the action daily. Our character guides will transport you to your favorite situations.
This electric car tour is excellent for Atlanta natives and visitors alike. Relax while a guide and driver take you around the Old Fourth Ward, Inman Park, and Midtown. Learn about civil rights monuments like the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site. Take an eco-friendly car past the Coca-Cola Museum and Centennial Olympic Park.
Embrace Atlanta's blossoming gastronomic culture on a gourmet walking tour with a small group. Each of the participating restaurants will serve a four-course meal, and there will be a variety of craft alcoholic beverage pairings available. Tourist traps can be avoided by dining at both well-known and less well-known establishments.
During a leisurely walking and culinary tour in Grant Park, you may sample delectable Southern fare and learn about Atlanta's history. Try out some of the local cuisine, including fried catfish and hog belly toast, at local restaurants. Take a stroll through Oakland Cemetery, which is home to some of the city's most notable landmarks. As part of this small-group experience, you'll learn more about Atlanta's food scene and history.
Stops at the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park are included in a 5-hour bus tour of Atlanta. Your guide offers commentary as you explore Krog Street Market, Ponce City Market, Centennial Olympic Park, and Atlantic Station. Buckhead, Atlanta, is a great place to visit some of the city's most beautiful homes, as well as have lunch at the CNN Center. It comes with a driver, a guide, and a comfortable, climate-controlled vehicle.
The Peachtree Trolley is the best way to see and learn about Atlanta, which is known as the Capital of the South. From Centennial Olympic Park, the 90-minute, fully-narrated tour takes you to Atlanta's "must-see" attractions.
For those who want to learn more about the city's African American history and traditions in a small group setting, this half-day tour is for you. In the morning or afternoon, meet your guide in downtown Atlanta for an air-conditioned excursion. While you're in Sweet Auburn, you'll be able to see, among other things, historical sites from the civil rights movement.
On this MLK Jr.-inspired walking tour of Atlanta's Sweet Auburn neighborhood, you'll learn about the city's rich history of civil rights activism. Learn more about Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and legacy as you visit Ebenezer Baptist Church, the King Center, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park. Throughout the tour, your guide tells you about Atlanta's involvement in the civil rights fight.
A small-group Segway tour of midtown Atlanta Loop around Atlanta's historic attractions, landmarks, and architecture. Visit Ansley Park, the restaurant district, Centennial Olympic Park, and more. It includes Segway training. weather-appropriate garments and closed-toe shoes.
Seasons two through five of "The Walking Dead" were filmed in Haralson, Georgia. Visit Cherokee Rose Retail, Esco Feed Mill Complex, Merle's Death Barn, and the Meeting Barn. Get insider secrets and fun surprises.
See the city's best neighborhoods, artists, and historical sites from the saddle of a bicycle. If you've never ridden a bike in Atlanta before, it can be scary, but this tour is meant to take you through the city's safest routes. From a graffiti hotspot to the tree-lined lanes of Inman Park, you'll get a local's perspective on Atlanta's colorful culture.
Explore the Ponce City Market like a local in Atlanta on this guided tour. Your guide will lead you through the renovated Sears, Roebuck & Co. building, which houses a market hall with some of the top eateries in the city. Take a stroll down the Atlanta Beltline's Eastside route and try dishes prepared by some of the city's most celebrated chefs. Admissions and food sampling are included.
Learn why Inman Park is Atlanta's most varied culinary neighborhood by strolling the ancient streets. Taste the best of the region's food at family-run establishments, and learn the ins and outs of the city's streets from your knowledgeable tour guide.
Visit Al Capone's Speakeasy for an unforgettable escape room experience. Inspired by the 1920s drinking dens of the notorious mobster, this immersive experience allows you to play a retro role. Your objective is to put your problem-solving skills to the test and see if you can gather enough evidence to persuade the in-room bartender (played by an actor) to lock up the gangster permanently.
On your full-day journey from Atlanta, the wine country of North Georgia is waiting for you. In Helen, Georgia's Bavarian-inspired village, you'll be able to shop, dine, and drink your way around more than a dozen local vineyards, all with included transportation.
Avoid the ticket window lineups and enter through the main entrance. The World of Coca-Cola is the multimedia home of Coke's secret formula. Get closer to the Coca-Cola vault. See 1,200 rare antiques and the bottling process. Then watch a 3-D movie and sample 100 drinks.
An intimate twilight tour of Atlanta will show you the city in a new light and illuminate its most iconic monuments. As the sun begins to fall, your guide will meet you in downtown Atlanta and drive you to your destination. From Centennial Park and the Mercedes Benz Stadium to Ponce City Market, the Old 4th Ward District, and more, you'll experience the best of Atlanta.
You're only in Atlanta for a few days? On this half-day driving trip, you'll get to see the best of the city in only a few hours. Meet your guide early in the morning, then climb into the car and head out. You'll see landmarks including the Centennial Olympic Park, SkyView Atlanta, and Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Site; you'll also learn about Atlanta's history.
Independently exploring 'The Walking Dead' filming locations may entail missing significant locations and storylines. This personalized tour from Atlanta covers must-sees and details scenes, episodes, cast, and more. Visit Atlanta and Senoia—aka Woodbury and Alexandria—including the CDC and Rick's residence, and eat at Norman Reedus' restaurant (subject to availability).
Atlanta's escape room features a zombie apocalypse. This live escape game challenges and entertains. As a zombie apocalypse survivor, join a special squad to find the cure and rescue the planet. Solve riddles and find caches to find the key to freedom in one hour.
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Guided tours are all-inclusive group travel experiences often guided by a local travel guide and follow a set agenda for a particular tourist attraction or local activity. Several sightseeing guided tours, skip-the-line tickets for major tourist destinations, group day/night trips, food and wine tastings, and even airport transfers are available.
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