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Visit Senoia, GA

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Senoia is a city in Coweta County, Georgia, United States. It is part of the Atlanta metropolitan area. Its population was 3,307 at the 2010 census. A quaint little town incorporated in 1860, Senoia is grand in its simplicity, a destination for those who seek to decompress from a modern, fast paced lifestyle. Take the town's driving tour of homes, explore the historic downtown and see the vintage autos at the Buggy Shop Museum. If you like faster cars, check out the Senoia Raceway.

Welcome to a special place, frozen in time. It lies hidden within the historic district of a quaint little town incorporated in 1860, and you'll find it just outside of Atlanta in Coweta County. Grand in its simplicity, Senoia is a destination for those who seek to decompress from a modern, fast-paced lifestyle or escape it altogether. It's a place for leisurely shopping in our historic downtown with one-of-a-kind gifts and antique treasures. Enjoy driving tour of historic homes and then dine in unique restaurants or coffee shop.

If you are a movie lover you must be interested by Senoia because Riverwood Studios is located in Senoia. Such movies as Fried Green Tomatoes, Driving Miss Daisy and the 2011 remake of Footloose were partly filmed in the town. As well as parts of season 3 of The Walking Dead were filmed in Senoia, which stood in for the town of Woodbury, Georgia, where survivors of the zombie apocalypse established a settlement. The fourth season of the series was also filmed in Senoia in 2013. Season 5 started filming on May 5, 2014. A neighborhood of the town stands in for the Alexandria Safe Zone near Alexandria, Virginia when the survivors are taken in by another group of survivors during season 6. The fact that Senoia serves as the filming location for multiple places in the show has led fans of the show to flock there, a development that has met with a negative reception from some town residents.

We welcome you to this nice town, where neighbors are friends, shopkeepers believe in service, and family values are important to everyone. Welcome to Senoia…Welcome home!