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Do I need my own production or event insurance in Atlanta?
Yes. All renters are required to carry Comprehensive Liability and Property Damage insurance with liability coverage of no less than $1,000,000.
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How many Production spaces are available in Atlanta?
Right now, there are 699 Production spaces available in Atlanta.
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Is there an extra cost to add more attendees to my Atlanta booking?
Yes. Pricing tiers are based on group size. For example, if you booked a space for a group of 1-5 for $30/hr, the price per person is $6/hr. Each additional person would increase the rate by $6/hr.
How much are average location rentals in Atlanta?
Rental rates vary with the type and features of the location, but the average rate in Atlanta is $155 per hour.
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About Atlanta

Atlanta is a hotspot for culture and modern living. It’s also a place with a rich history and beautiful greenery. It’s almost uncanny how such a place can exist. As the home to Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth home as well as a thriving nightlife scene, Atlanta does just that.

Whether you’re into sports or history, science, or entertainment, Atlanta is the place to be. After all, it’s hard to go wrong in a place where you can feast your eyes on the door to the Coca-Cola secret recipe vault, right?

Atlanta has long been deemed the “Hollywood of the South,” and for good reason too. Many major box office movies have been filmed there, including films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the hit Netflix series, Stranger Things. Beyond that, it’s also a major place for music video production among others.

Besides all that, Atlanta has some of the best weather being in the southern state of Georgia. That makes it even easier if you are planning your production space in Atlanta outdoors. Just remember it can get hot and sticky during the months of July and August.

Production Options in Atlanta

Atlanta’s solid reputation in production makes it a great place to utilize the space it has to offer. With that said, there are other supplemental businesses necessary for making your production space in Atlanta a success.

  • Catering
    Anyone who has been a part of any production set knows how long workdays can be. Because of that, providing full-service catering on-site is incredibly important. It becomes even more essential if you’re filming something that requires a lot of physical energy and retakes. Food on set is how you keep your staff and actors healthy.

  • Equipment and Furniture
    Once you’ve secured a venue, you need to figure out what equipment and furniture are provided there, if any. Along with any set props, you’re going to need to have a place set up off the set for staff and actors to relax when they aren’t needed.

  • Supplementary Staff
    Supplementary staff, like security, set assistants, and custodians, are essential in making sure everything runs smoothly. They’re also typically an afterthought when planning a production. With that said, you’re going to need them whether you think you do or not.

Production Companies in Atlanta

Each of the options listed above is integral in ensuring a production runs as smoothly as possible. As Atlanta is practically a film mecca in the United States, there’s no shortage of catering, equipment rentals, and staffing agencies in the city. This makes hosting an Atlanta production space a perfect idea.

  • GHI Catering
    The founders of GHI catering have more than 20 years of experience in the culinary world and have used that experience to cater events both big and small. They offer four separate catering menus: cocktail reception, buffet, family-style, and desserts. This type of catering is perfect for production space because you’re likely going to work through multiple daily meals.

  • PC&E Atlanta
    If you need to rent a camera, sound stage, or other audiovisual equipment, PC&E Atlanta has it for you. They also offer a wide variety of cameras, lighting, and grips, other sales, and expendables needed for production. This is great because you can customize what you need specifically for your project.

  • TRC Staffing
    TRC Staffing is a great resource for hiring temporary staff for your production. Whether you need custodians or an assistant, the staffing agency can match you with temps looking for work. Using an employment agency may also save you a little bit of money in the long run.

  • Pros and Cons of Productions in Atlanta
    Atlanta may be a “mini-Hollywood,” but it still comes with some drawbacks too. While it’s certainly important to look at the best things about production space in the city, we also feel obligated to help you consider potential drawbacks too. Here are some things to think about before finalizing your plans for production space in Atlanta.


  • Solid reputation for production
    Atlanta has been used in the film and music industries for decades. The solid reputation that the city has built makes it optimal for any type of production. This reputation also means those who live there almost expect it. You won’t get many weird looks because they’re used to seeing all kinds of productions throughout the city.

  • A variety of locations
    Just like the “real” Hollywood, Atlanta also has beaches, forests, cliffs, and a bustling city. This gives you plenty of settings to choose from. On top of that, there are many businesses that rent out production space indoors. With all of these options, you could complete an entire production if you really wanted to.

  • Excellent nightlife
    Of course, Atlanta isn’t all work and no play. Production workdays may be long, but there will be days off and breaks eventually. When these occasions arise, there’s plenty of nightlife to explore downtown and around the city. From small dive bars to huge nightclubs, everyone is certain to find something.


  • The city can be congested
    While Atlanta residents may be used to production crews roaming the city, you may deal with a few issues. When filming, you’re likely to get stragglers in the background that will cause more work in the editing process.

  • Coordinating can be difficult
    Larger productions require more space and bigger venues. To accommodate that may be difficult as you’d need to increase security the bigger the set becomes and that makes more mouths to feed. Large productions may also cause traffic delays which may not sit well with locals.

  • Summer heat
    Atlanta is known for its warm weather but during the summer it can be downright hot and steamy. Because you will probably be shooting at least some of your production outdoors, you may want to consider planning your production during the winter.

Famous Places in Atlanta

  • National Center for Civil and Human Rights
    Anyone interested in both history and current social issues needs to pay a visit to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. This facility is a museum and cultural institution that hosts a variety of talks and workshops to educate the public on social justice issues. They strive to connect the human rights movement with events currently happening today.

  • Center for Puppetry Arts
    If you’re interested in the arts, and puppetry, in particular, the Center for Puppetry Arts is where to go. Open since the 70s, they regularly put on puppet shows of many different styles. The Center for Puppetry Arts is one of the largest organizations dedicated to puppetry and focuses on history, education, and performance.

  • Children’s Museum of Atlanta
    This children’s museum is designed specifically for children from infancy until age eight. They strive to pique curiosity in children and foster a love of learning through play. The museum features a variety of exhibits with creative and hands-on components. They also hold various events for children throughout the year.
Jennifer Lawrence in a scene from ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’

Filming locations from the best action movies shot in Atlanta

2021 was a monumental year for Georgia's film industry with around $4 billion being spent on film productions within the state. While this is partly due to increased demand since the onset of COVID-19, the state has long prided itself as a strong economic and cultural option for filmmakers. Taking notes from then-Gov. Jimmy Carter's 1973 film commission, the Georgia Film Office was created with the primary focus of drawing productions to the Peach State—and it has definitely worked.

Now considered the Hollywood of the South, 2016 saw more Georgia-based feature films than California itself. In fact, the list of TV and films shot in Georgia is a whopping 50 pages long.

Outside of Georgia's lucrative tax breaks, a main component of the state's appeal is its capital and most populous city: Atlanta. The city has its own unique cultural appeal while also possessing the capability of being transformed into other major metro centers when needed. Not to mention Atlanta has especially proven its dedication to action films by going so far as shutting down major streets and even an entire interstate to allow for "Baby Driver" to shoot its car chase scenes.

With this kind of reputation, it's no surprise that Giggster looked at noteworthy shooting locations you can visit from the best action movies shot in Atlanta. And, of course, to qualify as one of the best, the film had to have at least a 7.5 user rating on IMDb.

Candler Building in Atlanta
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The robbed bank in 'Baby Driver'

- Location: Candler Building, 127 Peachtree St NE

One of the most iconic scenes from Edgar Wright's 2017 film "Baby Driver" is its musical opening (a concept tested in an early Wright short film), where Miles "Baby" (Ansel Elgort) is the getaway driver for a bank robbery. Sitting in his car, Baby perfectly lip syncs to the song "Bellbottoms" by the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion while his coworkers rob the First Bank of Atlanta—the First Bank of Atlanta actually being Atlanta's Candler Building. While the only glimpses of the building's interior in "Baby Driver" are shot through a window, the beautiful Beaux-Arts decoration is captured through numerous exterior shots.

Created by Coca-Cola founder Asa Griggs Candler, this building stands at 17 stories tall, making it the tallest in Atlanta at its inception in 1906. The Candler is located on the famous Peachtree Street, a street that originally served as a Native American trail and was written about in the classic book "Gone with the Wind." Today, the Candler Building serves as a Curio Collection of Hilton Hotel, welcoming any avid "Baby Driver" fans spend the night in an iconic film set.

Jennifer Lawrence in a scene from ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’

The District 12 Justice Building from 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire'

- Location: Goat Farm Arts Center, 1200 Foster St NW

"Catching Fire" is widely considered the best installment of the "Hunger Games" franchise in both its narrative and filmmaking (and the winning addition of Sam Claflin as Finnick Odair). This film sees Katniss (Jennifer Lawrence) and Peeta (Josh Hutcherson) return to the killing field for an all-star tournament of past Hunger Games survivors, and the duo receives this news in the Justice Building of their home base, District 12.

In reality, this Justice Building is Westside Atlanta's Goat Farm Arts Center, a 10-acre compound dedicated to artists and education. Consisting of buildings from the 19th century, the Arts Center provides studio space to around 450 artists, four stories of apartments, and a 125-room hotel for the arts. A 2019 renovation and 2022 announcement revealed that the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia is adding a new facility within the Center's many acres, complimenting its other free-to-access galleries and performances. It's no surprise that this artistic hub allows film productions to utilize its extensive resources, including "The Walking Dead."

Woody Harrelson and Jessie Eisenberg in a scene from ‘Zombieland’
Columbia Pictures

An abandoned town from 'Zombieland'

- Location: Jefferson St, Newnan

When you think of 2009's "Zombieland," the first thing that typically comes to mind is the iconic set of rules for survival ("Always wear your seatbelt" and "Double tap," among them) laid out by Jesse Eisenberg's character, Columbus. However, another hallmark of the film is its frighteningly accurate depiction of what a post-apocalyptic America would look like.

The characters travel from zombie-filled Texas to equally zombie-filled Los Angeles with a pitstop in the Midwest, but the vast majority of the film was actually shot in Atlanta—including the abandoned town Columbus and Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) wander aimlessly around after being robbed by Wichita (Emma Stone) and and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin). The two men are actually on Jefferson Street in Atlanta's suburb of Newnan, which leads to the charming Newnan Court Square. This downtown square has a well-preserved history stemming from the Civil War and architecture going back to the late 1800s. That said, the area still manages to have a successful contemporary commercial district—contrary to its ghost town appearance in the film.

Memorial Drive in Atlanta
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The Dairy Queen Ego and Meredith sneak behind in 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2'

- Location: Beauty Galore Studios 5039 Memorial Dr

With a film mostly set in space, it's no surprise that "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" has very few practical shooting locations. The only narrative scenes that take place on Earth occur in Peter Quill's (Chris Pratt) home state of Missouri, but, naturally, were filmed in the outskirts of Atlanta. These scenes open the film, following Peter's mother, Meredith, as she's courted by a Celestial named Ego (a very fitting name as it turns out) who is revealed to be Peter's father.

Seeing as how they're in the Midwest, of course the first place they stop is a Dairy Queen—or rather, they pull into the DQ to then run through the woods behind it. One avid Marvel fan took it upon themselves to root through every single Dairy Queen in Atlanta to find this filming location, only to discover that the building is not only bordering Atlanta in Stone Mountain, Georgia, but also no longer a Dairy Queen. To visit this location now, you have to schedule a reservation as it's currently the well-reviewed Beauty Exposed Salon.

Robert Downey Jr and Lexi Rabe in a scene from ‘Avengers: Endgame’
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Tony Stark's lake house in 'Avengers: Endgame'

- Location: Bouckaert Farm, 9445 Browns Lake Rd

"Avengers: Endgame" provides three hours of action-packed drama stuffed to the brim with just about every single Marvel character in existence. Out of all these protagonists, the undisputed hero of the film is Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), who chose to leave a cushy retirement with his family to construct a quantum time machine and enter into his final battle. Before the plot unfolds, however, we get a glimpse into Stark's domestic retired life—and more importantly, we get to see the lakeside cabin he calls home.

This cabin is just one building within Bouckaert Farm (since renamed Chattahoochee Hills Eventing), located around 20 miles from Atlanta in a small town called Fairburn, Georgia. Bouckaert Farm has 8,000 acres of land, including a competition venue, nine barns, and a slew of equestrian trails. If that wasn't enough, it hosts various festivals and concerts across their extensive greens and weddings in the aptly named Horse Mansion. Tony's cabin is a definite draw for the Farm, and they've even gone so far as to list the property for $800 per night, advertising, "Avengers Endgame fans… Would you like to stay in Tony Stark's cabin? This is the iconic cabin in the movie!"