Tours

Children Connect Museum

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  30 Temple Ave West
  Hours: “Tuesday-Saturday 12 a.m. – 4 p.m. *Hours may vary depending on Events being held*”

Georgia Tour Company

The Georgia Tour Company was founded by locals to share with the world a backstage, behind the scenes look at film and television productions shot right here in Georgia.

In the last ten years, Senoia has become a travel destination as fans journey to where some of their favorite movies and the #1 cable television show, The Walking Dead, have been shot. The Georgia Tour Company is Senoia’s hometown tour company, with a consistent rating at the top of Things to Do by TripAdvisor!

Our tour shop is a great spot to pick up one of a kind souvenirs, since all of our t-shirts are made and designed in house, along with special Walking Dead inspired candles and art, jewelry and assorted other gifts, designed by local artists.

From film location tours to culinary delights and the nostalgic experience of a drive-in theater, Georgia Tour Company serves up the best adventures because we live it, so you’ll love it!

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  53 Main Street, Senoia, GA 30276
  770-599-0091

Grantville Historic District

Began as a small settlement in 1840 & was renamed in 1852. Visitors can see filming sites for Walking Dead, visit the train depot, walk by Bonnie Castle (one of the most haunted sites in GA) or play at the splash park.

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  Main Street, Grantville, GA

Historic Coweta County Courthouse

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1904 Classic Revival Courthouse anchors the town square. Its dome rises 100 feet above street level, and a four-face clock in the tower chimes the hour. The dome is covered with 13,500 pounds of copper to match the cornice, pediments and railings. Also the site of the infamous “Murder in Coweta County” trial.

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  200 Court Square, Newnan GA 30263

McRitchie-Hollis Museum

Home to the Newnan-Coweta Historical Society (NCHS), this Neoclassical home was built in 1937 by Atlanta architect Kennon Perry for Ellis Hardeman Peniston and his wife, Mildred Willcoxon Arnall Peniston. The NCHS renovated the home to reflect the colors and styles of the 1930s and 1940s that highlight some of the home’s original features. NCHS is dedicated to preserving and honoring the history of Newnan and Coweta County through exhibits at the McRitchie-Hollis Museum and the Newnan Historic Train Depot.

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  74 Jackson St, Newnan GA 30263
  770-251-0207
  Hours: Sunday–Monday by Appointment Only & Tuesday–Saturday 10am–noon; 1–3pm

Moreland Hometown Heritage Museum

Erskine Caldwell & Lewis Grizzard Museum housed in original W.A. Brannon Mercantile & Moreland Knitting Mill. MCAA is also expanding its interpretation of Erskine Caldwell with a new attraction. God’s Little Acre is a living history park in development. The centerpiece of the park, a one-acre demonstration garden, already grows fresh produce which is sold locally. The park will include buildings that all together will give visitors a sense of stepping back in time to a page from Caldwell’s most famous novel. Our park is a tribute to tenant farming in the rural South of the early twentieth century.

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  7 Main St, Moreland, GA 30259
  Hours: Open by appointment only right now

Oak Hill Cemetary

Established in 1833, Oak Hill Cemetery is a 60-acre property with over 12,000 gravesites. Located just a few blocks north of downtown Newnan, it is the final resting place for some of the county’s most prominent citizens which include two Georgia governors, and several congressmen.

Newnan was a hospital city during the Civil War, and Oak Hill is the burial ground for 270 soldiers representing all Confederate states.

Oak Hill AngelOak Hill is also the resting place for soldiers from the Revolutionary War (James Akens & William Smith), as well as soldiers from World War I, World War II, Vietnam, and Korea.

Self-guided tour brochures are available.

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  96 Jefferson St

Senoia

Senoia enjoys a rich heritage from the many early merchant families who have had businesses in the city for many years. Hollberg’s Fine Furniture and Crooks Marketplace have been family-run businesses for more than 100 years.

The Historic Downtown area on Main Street offers restaurants, boutiques, antiques, and tours all within a short walking distance.

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  30276

Senoia Area Historical Society Museum

Promotes history of Senoia – located in historical Carmichael home originally built in 1870. The Senoia Area Historical Society’s mission is to secure, preserve, and promote the social and cultural history of the community.

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  6 Couch St, Senoia GA, 30276
  Hours: Fridays & Saturdays, 1pm-4pm

The Little Manse Erskine Caldwell Museum

The nineteenth-century farmhouse features art, memorabilia and press about the famous, edge-cutting twentieth-century novelist, Erskine Caldwell. His books, such as “Tobacco Road” and “God’s Little Acre,” inspired the love of Hollywood, the respect of readers of fine literature, the wrath of those who didn’t appreciate his portrayal of poverty-stricken reality in the South, and recently the honor of his hometown.

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  7 Main St, Moreland, GA 30259
  678-492-3161
  Hours: Open by appointment only right now

Water Tower Tours

Operating out of The Woodbury Shop & Museum, let our set-experienced Guides show you around this very “dead” town. You have the option of Wheels or Heels. In addition, the team with Water Tower Tours will customize any movie or TV show tour that you request! Contact them for more details.

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  48 Main Street Senoia, Ga
  470-347-7156