This holiday season just got a whole lot deader. Better. A whole lot better. Riverwood Studios, the Georgia-based home of AMC’s zombie drama, is opening its doors to fans for immersive studio tours beginning on December 14, 2018.
Survivors will board a bus for an exclusive, two-hour, behind the scenes look at the most iconic sets from The Walking Dead. A guide, who is steeped in the lore of the show, will lead fans though the Riverwood Stages and Backlot and visit sets like Sanctuary, Hilltop, and the Heaps. From there, survivors will travel to see the world within the walls of Alexandria, the community that has been the home of Rick Grimes and his family and friends. The tour then goes through Senoia, the site of Woodbury, home of the Governor. For the first time ever, fans will be able to see the places where their favorite heroes have lived and died.
“For years, the devoted fans of The Walking Dead have been eager to get behind the studio walls and see the unique way this series is made. It’s exciting to now offer a closer look to all who have supported The Walking Dead,” said Tom Luse, the show’s executive producer and general manager of Riverwood Studios. “Our cast and crew work tirelessly to bring this series to life. We are extremely grateful to all who make this show possible on and off set. We could think of no better way to say thank you than to share behind the scenes with the public.”
Tours will be offered Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays starting December 14, 2018 through March 31, 2019. Visit The Walking Dead Studio Tour website for tickets and more information.