28Aug

Atlanta’s Coca-Cola Museum

On our last day in Atlanta, we went to explore the history of coca-cola at The World of Coca-Cola, located right across from the Georgia Aquarium.  The museum is located at 121 Baker St. and is open on Mon.–Sat. 9 a.m.–6 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. The entry costs are $15 adult, $9 child, $13 senior.

Being a Georgia native, I had to show my kids the showcase of the 100-year history of coca-cola with paraphernalia, documentaries and a 4-D film.  A self-guided tour starts with a mock documentary called the “Happiness Factory,” where animated creatures who live inside the Coke machine tell how they feel about Coke. We especially enjoyed the refreshment room where it’s possible to sample various coca-colas from around the world.  When we left, we were given a free bottle of coke as a souvenir.   Definitely make a trip to the World of Coca-Cola on your next visit to Atlanta.

Here are some photos from our visit:

The lobby area featured coke advertising from all over the world

Historic bottles of coke

One hundred bottles of coke on the wall, one hundred bottles of coke...

Coke is a big part of our pop culture

Old-fashioned coke machines

Sampling coke from all over the world

Sampling coke from all over the worldccc

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