"Catching Fire" in Georgia
Atlanta History Center - Swan House is one of "Catching Fire" in Georgia.

1. Atlanta History Center - Swan House

9.1
3130 Slaton Dr NW, Atlanta, GA
Historic and Protected Site · Buckhead · 18 tips and reviews

Explore GeorgiaExplore Georgia: The 1928 Swan House is a star of “Catching Fire” as the site of President Snow’s mansion.

The Goat Farm Arts Center is one of "Catching Fire" in Georgia.

2. The Goat Farm Arts Center

8.6
1200 Foster St NW (at Huff Rd), Atlanta, GA
Performing Arts Venue · Northwest Atlanta · 32 tips and reviews

Explore GeorgiaExplore Georgia: The Goat Farm appears as District 12 in several key scenes in “Catching Fire.”

Pullman Yards is one of "Catching Fire" in Georgia.

3. Pullman Yards

225 Rogers St NE, Atlanta, GA
Event Space · Kirkwood · 2 tips and reviews

Explore GeorgiaExplore Georgia: “Catching Fire” made optimal use of the site, dressing it both externally as “The Hob” and using interiors for locations in several other scenes.

Clayton County International Park is one of "Catching Fire" in Georgia.

4. Clayton County International Park

7.6
2300 Highway 138 E, Jonesboro, GA
Beach · 12 tips and reviews

Explore GeorgiaExplore Georgia: This round beach/water venue was ideal as the arena for the Quarter Quell in “Catching Fire.”

Atlanta Marriott Marquis is one of "Catching Fire" in Georgia.

5. Atlanta Marriott Marquis

8.6
265 Peachtree Center Ave NE (btwn Baker St & John Portman Blvd), Atlanta, GA
Hotel · Downtown Atlanta · 128 tips and reviews

Explore GeorgiaExplore Georgia: This hotel is the Tribute Quarters in “Catching Fire.” The atrium’s full 52-story glass elevators and the hotel’s rooftop are featured in the film.

Atlanta Motor Speedway is one of "Catching Fire" in Georgia.

6. Atlanta Motor Speedway

8.8
1500 Tara Pl (U.S. Hig. 19/41), Hampton, GA
Race Track · 51 tips and reviews

Explore GeorgiaExplore Georgia: This 125,000-seat track was recently the setting for the Chariot Parade in "Hunger Games: Catching Fire."