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What Are the 5 Most Interesting Tours In Atlanta?

What Are the 5 Most Interesting Tours In Atlanta?

Atlanta is such a diverse city with so many great restaurants, parks, museums, and events that it’s hard to experience everything in one visit. Atlanta is considered the most populated metropolitan area in the United States, and its long history dates back to 1837 when the city was first founded. Since then, Atlanta has had a major impact on our nation’s history, and the city continues to affect our nation’s future. Atlanta has something for everyone. With that in mind, we present our top five picks for tours you and your group must see when visiting this remarkable city.

Atlanta City Tour by Electric Car

Whether you live in Atlanta or visiting for the first time, this fascinating tour is fun for visitors of all ages. First, you are driven in an eco-friendly electric car for a unique and comfortable tour experience. Your professional tour guide is an expert in all things Atlanta. During the tour, you will visit historic neighborhoods, like Inman Park and Old Fourth Ward, as well as some of the most exclusive neighborhoods in the city. You will visit a variety of historical Civil Rights landmarks that honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Your tour will also include the best restaurants and the hottest clubs in Atlanta, and the headquarters of industry giants like CNN and Coca-Cola.

Walking Tour – The Touring Dead

If you are a fan of the television series The Walking Dead or you would like to see where your favorite movies were filmed, then this tour is a must see in Atlanta. This 2-hour professionally guided tour takes fans to various filming locations throughout the city where scenes of The Walking Dead were shot. Tour-goers are sometimes able to see stars from the show and filming equipment. The route of the tour also includes filming locations from many other television shows and movies that were shot on location in Atlanta. This includes scenes in Fried Green Tomatoes, Drop Dead Diva, and Pet Cemetery 2.

Atlanta Brews Cruise

Does a cold beer on a hot Georgia day sound good to you? Then prepare yourself because you are about to be in paradise. This is a 4 ½ hour tour of 15 of the most innovative breweries in the country. These tours visit breweries within a 90-mile radius of Atlanta, and group tours can be private (less than 10 people) or basic tours of 10 or more guests. The tour guide is an expert in the world of beer, and they will show you a fantastic day. If you are a fan of beer, you do not want to miss this tour!


D-Tour’s will arrange private tours that are customized to fit your group. The tour guides are personable and knowledgeable, and they will work hard to give you a great experience. The tours are as unique as the culture of the city. Here is a list of the tours they offer. You will need to contact them for prices, but they are open to your tour ideas.

  • Art on the Streets
  • From Civil War to Civil Rights
  • Rising From The Ashes Atlanta Architecture
  • Walking Dead to the Hunger Games
  • Where The Walking Dead Lives
  • Atlanta A City in a Forest
  • The Town that Coke Built

Peach tree Food Tours

You cannot mention Atlanta, GA and not talk about food. With so many award-winning restaurants in the city, you may feel overwhelmed by all the options. This tour makes picking a place for dinner easy by allowing you to try something different at multiple restaurants. There are 60 restaurants in the neighborhood where Peachtree Food Tours are located. They will take you on a walking tour and let you experience 5 of them. Just take a casual walk after each course and learn about the city. You will taste gourmet food, sample cocktails, sip some wine, and enjoy a relaxing meal in Atlanta. Private tours are available.