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Atlanta: 1.5-Hour Highlight Trolley Tour

1. Atlanta: 1.5-Hour Highlight Trolley Tour

Explore all the most popular and historic areas of the “Capitol of the South.” Hop aboard the Trolley in Atlanta’s downtown and hear the stories and history of this southern metropolis. This trolley tour is an excellent way to get the lay of the land and open your eyes to all the things you can do in Atlanta. Cruise by the Old 4th Ward, the neighborhood where Martin Luther King Jr. grew up, which is now filled with artisanal restaurants and stores. Discover areas such as Centennial Olympic Park, Inman Park, and Ansley Park.

Atlanta 5 Hour City Tour by Air-Conditioned Bus

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

Tour Atlanta from the comfort of an air-conditioned bus. Visit everything from Downtown to Buckhead with stops at Civil War Battleground sites and the Swan House. Take a walk along the BeltLine and admire the Buckhead mansions. From Peachtree Center, head to the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park for an in-depth look at the life of Dr. King. Continue to Krog Street Market and witness the reinvention of Inman Park and the Old Fourth Ward neighborhoods. Walk along the BeltLine trail and admire the public art installations. Stop at the booming Ponce City Market - the area's largest adaptive reuse project which houses the Central Food Hall and various shops. Treat yourself at the CNN Center before continuing to Buckhead. Relax on the bus and let your guide take you on a tour of the homes of the rich and the famous in this beautiful neighborhood. See other historical sites, including The Swan House which was featured in "The Hunger Games."

Atlanta: "Stranger Things" Film Locations Tour

3. 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: Haunted Buildings and Ghosts Tour

4. Atlanta: Haunted Buildings and Ghosts Tour

Join a tour to see the dark side of Atlanta, one of the most haunted cities in the USA. Start your tour at Babs Midtown, where a violent, haunted house used to sit. From there, you will wind through six other historic, spooky locations in the city. Unearth the story of an experimental doctor with bodies hidden in his basement. Visit a Goodwill Donation Center plagued by the spirits of cursed dolls and statues. Investigate the mysterious activity at Stone Summit Climbing and Fitness Center.  Choose the 1.5-hour extended tour to unlock four additional haunted spots, including the Biltmore Ballrooms, where the victims of a 1970s plane crash still roam. Immerse yourself in the strange energy of the city and have a few spooky stories to take home with you. 

Atlanta Electric Car City Tour

5. Atlanta Electric Car City Tour

Learn all about the history of Atlanta and explore some of its most exciting areas on a 90-minute journey via electric car. Explore the city far away from all its main tourist-crowded areas downtown. Discover some of its most historic and eclectic neighborhoods like Inman Park, Atlanta's first planned suburb; Old Fourth Ward, the birthplace of the civil rights movement and home to Dr. Martin Luther King; Georgia Institute of Technology; the Martin Luther King Jr Historic Site; and Midtown Atlanta, with its thriving bars, cafes, and colorful lifestyle. The Atlanta Experience tour is perfect for both tourists and locals wanting to learn more about the city's history. Whether a first-time visitor or an Atlanta resident, you will leave with a new found love and affection for this great southern city.

Atlanta: Black History and Civil Rights City Driving Tour

6. Atlanta: Black History and Civil Rights City Driving Tour

Drive around the home of the modern Civil Rights movement and discover the rich African-American heritage of Atlanta. Visit the most iconic and significant neighborhoods and landmarks while learning their historical significance and hear the stories of leaders and activists, past and present. Explore the major heritage sights of African-American Heritage by driving around Atlanta. Visit the heritage district of Sweet Auburn Avenue, a famous black neighborhood lined with iconic churches and black-owned businesses. Learn important stories from your guide and discover Atlanta's many close ties to great African-American leaders and activists such as W.E.B Du Bois, Madam CJ Walker, Booker T. Washington, Stokely Carmichael, Maynard Jackson, and many more. Drive through the Downtown, West End, Castleberry Hills, Vine City, Atlanta University Center, Downtown Atlanta, and the birth home and last residence of Dr. Martin Luther King. Despite its past challenges, Atlanta is a vibrant city that has emerged as a center for black culture, education, political influence, and business — a testament to its power, strength, and undefeated spirit.

Atlanta: City Lights Night Tour

7. Atlanta: City Lights Night Tour

Ride by night around Atlanta and see the glimmering city lit up against the sky. Visit top landmarks, spot famous movie and TV filming locales, and iconic attractions like the Mercedes Benz Stadium. Listen to interesting facts from your guide and watch the city come to life as the sun sets. Drive through the twinkling lights of Downtown Atlanta and see all the sights. Take in the view of the sun setting as you drive by The King Center and learn of the city's important civil rights heritage. Grab local restaurant and bar suggestions from your guide as you pass by the best in town. Take in views of the Jackson Street Bridge, Centennial Olympic Park, and Mercedes Benz Stadium, which are sometimes illuminated with brilliant colors. Allow your guide to point out famous filming spots and share the history of the Millennium Gate. Enjoy plenty of time for photo ops and stops and drop-off at a dinner location at the end of the tour.

From Atlanta: North Georgia Wine Country Tour

8. From Atlanta: North Georgia Wine Country Tour

Visit North Georgia's Wine Country on a full-day tour from Downtown Atlanta. Admire the rolling hills on the two-hour drive to Georgia's premier wine region with your friendly guide. Let your driver take care of the details as you are escorted around the region in an air-conditioned shuttle bus. Tour three local vineyards- Kaya Vineyard, The Cottage Vineyard, & CeNite Vineyards. You will stop at each for an hour, so you'll have plenty of time to soak in the local flavor. In total, taste up to 13delicious wines with expert sommeliers and learn about North Georgia's unique wine history and culture. If you need snacks to go along with your tastings, food will be available for purchase at each Winery. After visiting the wineries you then get the chance to explore North Georgia’s Bavarian mountain town in the town of Helen. Dine in delicious restaurants and explore the boutique shopping on your 70 minute stop in this charming town. Then settle back and relax in your leather seat as your professional guide drives you back to Downtown Atlanta and you can meditate on your favorite wines and highlights during this stress-free day.

Atlanta: Food & Cocktail Tour

9. Atlanta: Food & Cocktail Tour

Explore the flavors of the city, beyond the Coca-Cola museum and Georgia Aquarium. Visitors and locals alike can dine with this local provider in a safe, sustainable and environmentally responsible manner.  These tours are professionally certified by Food Tour Pros, members of the Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau, and advisors to the Global Food Tours Association. On this tour, you can trust you are with the pros. As the official food tour company of Atlanta, Georgia, the local provider will provide a foodie experience centered in the neighborhood of Midtown Atlanta. Visit a handful of famous and hidden gem restaurants that will offer special curated menu items prepared just for you. In between restaurant stops you'll learn about the neighborhood, the city's history and even learn why there are so many Peachtree streets.

Atlanta: The Walking Dead Private Filming Locations Tour

10. Atlanta: The Walking Dead Private 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 the Walking Dead Lives' focuses on filming locations outside of town: • Rick on the Atlanta Interstate - the iconic spot of the Walking Dead poster, where Rick enters downtown Atlanta on his horse • Woodbury - the survivor's settlement ruthlessly run by the Governor in season 3 • Woodbury Shoppe - the official Walking Dead store containing hundreds of collectibles • The Walking Dead Museum - artifacts including Daryl's motorcycle, the 'Dead Inside' hospital door and a cell from the prison where Rick and his crew temporarily resided • Nic & Norman's - the restaurant owned by the show's directors Greg Nicotero and Norman Reedus' • Alexandria - the exterior of the walled-off community containing the survivor's safe-zone

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What people are saying about Atlanta

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 78 reviews

I knew seeing the Martin Luther King Jr Historical sites were high on my priority list. But being I am from AZ, I did not know the area. So my friend and I were delighted to find a tour. I did not have high expectations, but hoped they would at least know where to take us. Leigh was a spectacular tour guide! We saw so many historical sites away from the center! And her knowledge was above an beyond what we were expecting. So grateful for her guidance.

I toured Atlanta with a few friends. Jim(?) our tour guide and our driver were amazing! Great history and stories about the city. It was a great opportunity to cover as much of Atlanta as we could in 5 hours. We definitely felt the time was well spent!

I saw alot of Atlanta in a short amount of time and it was a pleasure with the two guides-they know Atlanta!! Many thanks,

Great guide, passionate and knowledgeable. Lovely lady, thank you.

Tour guide was extremely knowledgeable! I loved every minute!