The city of Senoia, Georgia primarily plays the role of the fictional post-apocalyptic world that AMC’s “The Walking Dead” is set in, and EW announces via a press release they just received that fans of the zombie series will now be able to visit the locales on an official studio tour!
“Comprised of 150 acres of land, visitors to The Walking Dead Studio Tour will experience some of the series’ most iconic sets including the Sanctuary (Negan’s lair), Hilltop (the grand antebellum mansion on 3.5 acres of working farmland), Oceanside (the seaside motor court shrouded in secrecy), the Heaps (a.k.a. Jadis’ junkyard), and Alexandria (go behind this 15-foot-high walled community and the last known home to Rick Grimes). The tour highlights additional sacred sites and never-before-seen locations to the fans along the way.”
“For years, the devoted fans of The Walking Dead have been eager to get behind the studio walls and see the unique way this series is made. It’s exciting to now offer a closer look to all who have supported The Walking Dead,” says Tom Luse, the show’s executive producer and general manager of Riverwood Studios. “Our cast and crew work tirelessly to bring this series to life. We are extremely grateful to all who make this show possible on and off set. We could think of no better way to say thank you than to share behind the scenes with the public.”
Beginning December 14 and running through March 31, tours will take place Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. To learn more and grab tickets, head over to the tour’s official site.
The two-hour tour will set you back $65.