Be treated like a VIP as you tour the city on a full-day ATL DTour

In addition to our regularly scheduled DTours (see tour page descriptions) each VIP DTour includes lunch and visits to the following extra locations

* VIP DTours run from 10am to 5pm and include up to $25 towards lunch, excluding alcoholic beverages*


ATLANTA'S ART ON THE STREETS VIP DTOUR

In addition to Atlanta's Art on the Street DTour...

  • Visit the High Museum of Art, the Southeast's largest art museum
  • If available, visit walls that are actively being painted
  • Paint for yourself in the legendary Krog St Tunnel
  • Lunch @ Home Grown Restaurant, a retro country-diner eatery serving locally sourced Southern fare 

FROM CIVIL WAR TO CIVIL RIGHTS VIP DTOUR

In addition to the From Civil War to Civil Rights DTour...

  • Tour the National Center for Civil & Human Rights
  • Visit the Margaret Mitchell House, home of the author of Gone With the Wind
  • Lunch @ the Sweet Auburn Curb Market, Atlanta's only public market on Auburn Ave which which in the early 1900's was known as the richest African-American street in the world 

THE WALKING DEAD VIP DTOUR

Combines both Walking Dead tours into one full-day DTour...

  • Visit Walking Dead sites in both Atlanta AND Senoia (the towns of Woodbury & Alexandria)
  • Shop at the world's largest Walking Dead store, which includes set pieces from the show
  • Lunch in Senoia (@ Norman Reedus' restaurant, if available)

HOLLYWOOD OF THE SOUTH VIP DTOUR

Combines both Hollywood of the South and The Upside Down tours into one full-day DTour...

  • Visit film locations from Marvel Studios films, Stranger Things and The Hunger Games
  • Shopping stop for film merchandise
  • Lunch @ the historic Jackson Square (Hawkins)

MARGARET MITCHELL'S ATLANTA VIP DTOUR

In addition to the Margaret Mitchell's Atlanta DTour...

  • Visit the Gone With the Wind Museum in Marietta with an extensive collection of memorabilia from the book and film
  • Tour both Union & Confederate Civil War cemeteries
  • Lunch @ the historic Marietta Square

or more information, contact dan@dtour.me