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World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta

#1 of 233 in Museums in Georgia
Specialty Museum · Museum
Get an inside look at the creation and long-lasting legacy of one of the world's favorite beverages at World of Coca-Cola, which features interactive exhibits and more than 1,200 pieces of memorabilia. The 8 hectare (20 acre) complex includes the vault that guards the company's top-secret recipe. You can watch the bottling process, then move on to the tasting room and its 100-plus flavors of Coke. Don't forget your free commemorative Coca-Cola glass before you leave. Use our Atlanta day trip planning site to arrange your visit to World of Coca-Cola and other attractions in Atlanta.
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  • It was a good experience with an interesting background about the product history and the brand evolution through the years. The part about advertisements and artefacts from the last centuries was...  more »
  • We toured the museum on our recent Atlanta visit. The history of the soft drink was interesting and worth learning. Obviously, there was a bit of a bias in the presentation.  more »
  • We started the year with such delight! The VIP Tour is definitely worth it, and Paul should be the tour guide for all! He was outstanding! So much enthusiasm, knowledge and care throughout the tour. He made my mom and I feel like we were valued. Paul made the tour memorable. Thank you for being so awesome, thanks for taking photos for us as she is heading back home tomorrow. (We are the PERU and Flowery Branch guest) 😄 I will definitely ask for him as I’ll be bringing more friends and family in town to visit. This is a great attraction and superb customer service. Thanks, Paul! I hope you know you rock! Coca Cola has a gem.
  • 100 percent worth checking out. At first I was like I don’t want to give into corporate greed! Well...fine. I gave in. It was really fun. The crew had a great energy and really coke has been on my dinner table for as long as I remember. So it does hit a place of nostalgia. And you get to taste like 100 (not really) types of soda. You can take pictures of everything which is great and it’s not trying to be something it’s not. There isn’t any shows or weirdness. Just coke and coke art stuff. Gift shop was reasonable. Surprisingly.

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