Extremely interesting tour. Will learn things about coke you have never heard of.. Have a Coke while you are there..
Guided for first 20 - 30 minutes, then self-guided thereafter. They really focused on the brand message (Happyness) and how the equity was created over the years. The kids really looked forward to sampling all of the international products.
When you first enter "The World of Coca-Cola", you enter into a bright and cheery room of coca-cola nostalgia that takes you back to your child hood. As you proceed through you get a short tour and video of the origins of coca-cola and then get to see the old coca-cola machines, bottles, marketing campaigns, etc. It is really interesting... More
If you are a tourist that loves to feel like a tourist, or a native that has a lot of free time, go check it out. The best part is the "cokes from around the world" at the end of the tour and the Christmas-card-y photo-op with the polar bear. But you won't have a BAD time or anything like... More
The World of Coke experience was awesome. Make this trip at Christmas time while they have it decorated. We went 2 days after they moved the coke formula to the vault at the museum. All employees were very gracious and accomadating. Directions on the web site were so easy and exact. I have always been a Coca-Cola fan, I only... More
One giant commercial but it's fun to sample the different drinks.
I had a great time walking through this "museum" and it brought back such memories of growing up with Coca-Cola. If you're "into" Coca-Cola memorabilia, this is a must see. And even if you're not, this was an informative exhibit of how Coca-Cola grew up in the USA, and the world. At the end of the tour, we were able... More
Coca-Cola is a fun place to visit. A bit disappointed in the bottling exhibit. Difficult to see the entire process. Cute 4D film. Old commercials were cute. Historical exhibits were interesting. You can get your picture taken with the Coke Polar Bear...either pay for their photo or use your own camera. Lots of cool coke stuff for sale in the... More
Excellent history of Coke. The different Cokes and Coke products from around the world at the end of the tour is outstanding.
I had read reviews so I was expecting the "commercial" aspect of this tourist site. It was still weird - the "happiness" thing was kinda Willy Wonka-ish and was certainly over-the-top. Still, it was worth a visit if you have CityPasses. I wouldn't pay full price. Tips: Arrive early. Head for the tasting room first then visit the other exhibits... More
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