Thursday, January 30, 2014

Touring the Walking Dead Part IV // Woodbury


At last, I'm here today to share the final installment of my rogue Walking Dead tour, and I'm just in time for the mid-season return it would seem. After the hour of pure trauma that was that mid-season finale, I can't wait to see where the rest of season four goes when it comes back on February 9th.

Senoia was the last stop on our day-long adventure, which you may recognize as Woodbury in the show. Upon entering the little main street of the town, it was easy to recognize the storefronts and other landmarks featured heavily throughout season three. Since we went on a Sunday, most of the businesses were closed, which sucked because there were quite a few antique shops I would have loved to check out.

By far my favorite part of our Woodbury stop was the Woodbury Shoppe, a store devoted to all things Walking Dead. They had countless odds and ends inspired by the show, including zombie ear key chains, belt buckles, shirts and katanas. They even had a bust of the bicycle walker from season one in a display case. Walking through the shop, the walls were covered in signatures from the show's cast and crew members, and it was fun picking them out and reading what each of them had to say.


I hope you guys enjoyed the photos from my tour, and maybe this will inspire you to check out a few filming locations of your own if you ever find yourself out in West Georgia. I'll be back in the South in May, and my brother and I are already planning another tour to see some of the locations we missed out on this time around.

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  1. Oh my goodness....this is AWESOME! Now I need to convince my boyfriend to take a random trip to Georgia haha. So cool.

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    1. Do it! It was seriously so much fun. I'm spoiled because my Georgia family literally live within an hour of almost all of the filming locations. Senoia alone is worth the trip :)

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