Ever wonder what it is like walking along the streets of The Walking Dead? Apart from Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead is another popular TV series across the globe. After all, it is based on the popular comic series written by Robert Kirkman. To all the Walking Dead fans out there as well as fans of zombie movies, time for you to pack your stuff and go on a trip to Senoia.
Read on for the 12 best things to do in Senoia, Georgia.
1. Marimac Lakes Park
In the heart of Senoia, Georgia, this beautiful park setting proves both inviting and uniquely rejuvenating, the perfect excuse to spend some quality time outdoors. Walking trails are open every day of the year, as are the fishing venues located on the premises, provided that you bring along your valid fishing license. take advantage of this park space that affords locals and visitors alike a unique take on the great outdoors.
If you’re looking to host your next social function, or celebration of any sort, at Marimac Lakes Park, their Stone Lodge is the ideal venue. It’s a well-furnished facility that allows you the use of kitchenette facilities, for an upscale ambiance that puts a winning spin on any event.
Marimac Lakes Park
Address: Marimac Lakes Park Senoia, GA 30276
Website: Marimac Lakes Park
2. Southern Country Steakhouse & Saloon
There are plenty of restaurants and bars around Senoia. If you are hungry and thirsty, you can go to any of the bars or restaurants. One notable restaurant in Senoia worth checking out is Southern Country Steakhouse & Saloon. This is a good place to enjoy steak and country music. Time to eat the delicious steak served together with large crisp salad and a large portion of French fries.
Southern Country Steakhouse & Saloon
Address: 34 Chestlehurst Rd, 30276 Senoia, GA
Opening Hours: Wednesday to Thursday, 4 to 10 p.m., Friday to Saturday, 4 p.m. to 2 a.m., closed on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
Facebook: Southern Country Steakhouse & Saloon
3. Woodbury Shoppe
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It is getting even more exciting. Fans of The Walking Dead as well as collectors will want to visit this shop. This is an official shop selling various merchandise from The Walking Dead TV series. From character figurines to posters of your favorite actors and actresses, you can buy almost anything that is related to The Walking Dead.
Address: 48 Main St #1a, 30276 Senoia, GA
Opening Hours: Monday-Friday(11am-6pm), Saturday(10am-6pm), Sunday(12noon-6pm)
Website: Woodbury Shoppe
4. Woodbury Soap Shop
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How about getting the locally produced soap? It is very popular among the locals and tourists likewise. Just imagine the nice scent of the soap and you can smell it from within walking distance. The natural lotions and soaps are totally unique and they have various scents you can choose from.
Woodbury Soap Shop
Address: 48 Main Street Suite LL6, 30276 Senoia, GA
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed on Sunday and Monday
Facebook: Woodbury Soap Shop
5. Senoia Raceway
If you are wondering, what sports or activities are popular in Senoia, then head over to Senoia Raceway. Ready yourself to watch vehicles racing with each other in this city. Senoia is also well-known for its dirt racing and everyone should watch the thrilling race at the raceway. It is not just for the racing enthusiasts but also for families, locals and tourists. In other words, this raceway is a hangout place for everyone.
Address: 171 Brown Rd, 30276 Senoia, GA
Opening Hours: Subject to weather and events, kindly refer website for details
Website: Senoia Raceway
The most exciting part you should not miss in Senoia is, of course, Dad’s Zombie Roadtrip. As the name suggests, it is a Walking Dead tour and you will get to see almost all the filming locations of the TV series starting from Season 1 onwards. Embark on a zombie adventure trip around Senoia by booking this trip. All you need is just purchase your tickets from the tour operator in charge or you can refer to him when you are in Senoia. The coolest thing is you might also get to meet Norman Reedus, the real life actor of The Walking Dead at Nic & Norman’s Café.
Dad’s Zombie Roadtrip
Address: 1 Main St, 30276-1869 Senoia, GA
Duration: About 2 hours
Website: Dad’s Zombie Roadtrip
The Touring Dead Walking Tour
Duration: 2 hours
Price: 25 USD
Walking Dead Big Zombie Tour Part 3
Duration: 3 hours
Price: 69 USD
7. Barbie Beach
As weird as it sounds, this is not a real beach but a dedicated corner for Barbie and G.I. Joe fans. If you are here, you will definitely laugh out loud as all the figurines here are all totally naked and you get to see different types of scenarios. This corner is the idea of Lynda Quick and Steve Quick and they set up the corner since 2005. This is a strange attraction everyone must visit and you need to snap pictures to show it to your friends and colleagues.
Address: 4397-4679 GA-16, 30276 Senoia, GA
8. Brechin Park
If you need a break to get some fresh air, this is the place to go. Since 1999, this park is the main recreation area for residents around the area. There are a gazebo and lake near the park as well as basketball court, fire pit, playground and pavilion for the use of the residents and visitors. After a long day touring the above attractions, it is time to have some play time at this park. So, bring the kids along.
Address: Brechin Park, Joel Cowan Pkwy, 30276 Senoia, GA
The town of Woodbury, also known as the historic downtown Senoia, is another point of interest you will not want to miss while in Senoia. Before The Walking Dead, this part of Senoia is relatively quiet and ever since the TV series started filming here, everything changed. The iconic town hall is also located here and is one of the main attractions apart from the surrounding area.
Town of Woodbury
Address: 68 Main St, 80 Main Street - City Hall, 30276-1888 Senoia, GA
Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed on weekends
If you’re an avid shopper, you shouldn’t miss out on the Woodbury Common Premium Outlets! Consider booking a tour to ensure a hassle-free shopping experience.
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets Shopping Tour
Price: 37 USD
10. City Of Senoia Seavy Street Park
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Apart from Brechin Park, you can also bring your kids to another park in Senoia. Kids will love to play if there is ample space to roam around. Besides, you can stroll along the park while watching your kids having a fun time. The City of Senoia Seavy Street Park is a place for families, kids, and locals to enjoy recreational activities. Among the facilities at this park are two lighted tennis courts as well as two playgrounds.
City Of Senoia Seavy Street Park
Address: 418 Seavy St, 30276 Senoia, GA
Website: City Of Senoia Seavy Street Park
11. Georgia Mercantile Company
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A must-visit in Senoia is The Georgia Mercantile Company. This company offers various services to both tourists and visitors. The Georgia Mercantile Company also offers various tours related to the TV series. You can check the website for further details.
Georgia Mercantile Company
Address: 60 Georgia State Bicycle Rte 45, 30276 Senoia, GA
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., closed on Monday
Website: Georgia Mercantile Company
12. Buggy Shop Museum
Experience a unique take on recent American history at the Buggy Shop Museum in Senoia! Discover antique items sourced and preserved from 1890-1930, when the region was still learning its own identity. Inside, you can get to know the ins and outs of a traditional livery stable, while you tour a wide variety of historical pieces that were found, and now remain in Senoia as a testament to its rich past. The Buggy Shop Museum in Senoia is usually only open during special events, so remember to give them a call before you head down to make sure that they are open. Whenever those front doors are open, you need to find an excuse to venture inside, where the local; history awaits.
Buggy Shop Museum
Address: 15 Main St Suite 1B, Senoia, GA 30276
Website: Buggy Shop Museum
More than just The Walking Dead
Senoia is not just a place for The Walking Dead fans. It offers various attractions for kids, adults, and first-timers. Apart from that, it is an ideal spot to relax as it is less crowded and you get to walk through the entire historic city.