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Atlanta Heritage Tour expands April 6

Embark on a tour beginning at the Civil Rights Movement with stops at several African-American filming locations

Eternal Flame
Photo credit: Atlanta Movie Tours
ON THE TOUR: Atlanta Heritage Film Tour makes a stop at the MLK Eternal Flame.
 

The Atlanta Heritage Tour, a tour of civil rights history incorporating heritage films, will host an exclusive expanded edition of the tour. The tour has multiple stopping points, from newly unveiled sites on the Civil Rights Trail to filming locations including Selma, Marvel’s Black Panther, Hidden Figures, and more. The exclusivity comes into play with participants flying (c’mon guys, not literally) over to the Wren’s Nest for a special visit on this five-hour excursion. Hangry people fear not, the tour includes lunch at Sweet Auburn Curb Market, a popular film production site. Seats are limited. Price includes a donation to help restore the African-American Grounds at Oakland Cemetery.

$85. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Fri., April 6. Atlanta Movie Tours, 327 Nelson St. www.atlantamovietours.com/tours/atlanta-heritage-tour. 855-255-3456.

 



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