North, south, east or west there is always a great place to visit outside of Atlanta.
önerilen slot oyunları Located just 50 miles south of Atlanta, Senoia is a must see for Walking Dead fans!
When you get there the first stop should always be the örümcek zindanı 2 kat slotları Walking Dead Store and Museum and then you can follow it up with a guided tour of filming locations. Since shooting is gearing up again you never know what photo ops will arise! Finish the morning off with lunch at the blood suckers slot bedava oyna Walking Dead Cafe or one of the other local eating places like the yeni slot oyunlar Tomato House or slot makinesi nasıl oynanır Katie Lou’s Cafe.
Everyone in the family not a Walking Dead fan? Don’t worry there is plenty to see and do for everyone!
The Buggy Shop Museum Open April to October, the third Saturday and Sunday of the month from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m
Senoia Area Historical Society Museum Senoia Area Historical Society Museum is open for tours Fridays and Saturdays 1:00 to 4:00. Admission is free. Five rooms and a research library in the 1870’s historic home give visitors a glimpse into Senoia past and present. Come enjoy the history, the stories, and the heritage.
Recreational Trails The City has recreational trails in Marimac Lakes Park and along Rockaway Road.
Creative Canvas This is where art is love – a great place for birthday parties,
bachelorette parties, private lessons, and weekend Sip N Paint classes
Raleigh Studios, Atlanta formerly Riverwood Studios chose Senoia because of its beautiful homes and scenery. Movies such as Fried Green Tomatoes, The War, and Andersonville have been filmed at Riverwood Studios located just outside the city limits of Senoia. The film industry has seen a recent resurgence in Georgia due to an attractive tax incentive program from the State. To date two dozen film and television projects have used the city as a backdrop.
Veranda Bed & Breakfast Listed on the National Register for Historic Places, this historic Greek revival mansion inn was built in 1906 as the Hollberg Hotel. Here Margaret Mitchell interviewed Civil War veterans to write “Gone With the Wind.”
Southern Ground Gallery Shop the Shelly Brown fall collection early! Don’t miss 20% off entire store and the build your own Bloody Mary bar. Sunday August 27th from 2-5pm
Carriage House Country Antiques & Gifts Featuring country antiques and collectibles, gift items and custom picture frames and mats
Gail’s Antiques Featuring a variety of vendors and collectibles – visit their site on Facebook.com