The Walking Dead has been a hit show for almost 10 years now. When a series has over six or seven seasons, you know that it is a need to watch and will always be a fan favorite. Season 10 will be released next month (Oct. 6) so you have to visit all of The Walking Dead filming locations in Georgia before then to refresh your memory.
Jackson Street Bridge
Address: Jackson St NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Why You Need To Go: This is where Rick enters Atlanta and you can see the Atlanta skyline. He rides in on a horse looking for his son. It's the only time you will not see the infamous Atlanta traffic.
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center
Address: 2800 Cobb Galleria Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30339
Why You Need To Go: Used as the CDC in the show, the cast tries to find answers to the large epidemic. This spot is actually a performing arts center that has shows all the time.
Address: 2352 Bolton Rd, Atlanta, Georgia 30318
Why You Need To Go: This is a hospital in the show where tons of dead bodies are seen in the backyard by Rick after he wakes up from his coma. It's actually the administrative offices for Atlanta Mission.
Elders Mill Road Waterfall & Campsite
Address: 1739 Elders Mill Rd, Senoia, GA 30276
Why You Need To Go: The group who survives the overrun of the farm flea here to camp. You can walk around the campsite and hike to the waterfall that is right by it.
Address: 1 Main St, Senoia, GA 30276
Why You Need To Go: This is where many scenes are filmed throughout the 10 seasons. It is a small town that has cute shops and is called "Woodbury" in the show.
Sportsman's Deer Cooler
Address: 44 Addy Street, Senoia, GA 30276
Why You Need To Go: This is where Michonne and Andrea hide out for a while. It is a hunting shop but looks a little run down so it was the perfect setting for the scene.