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World of Coca-Cola Admission in Atlanta
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World of Coca-Cola Admission in Atlanta
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Immerse yourself in World of Coca-Cola, the one and only place you can explore the story of the world's most popular beverage brand. It's a place where anyone can experience moments of happiness and wonder. At World of Coca-Cola, inspiration is...more
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121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313-1807
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Reviewed yesterday

It was a neat few hours, but left feeling like we had definitely just paid wayyyy too much money for a few sample cups of Coke products. You are actually paying to watch an interactive Coke commercial.

Thank TheHappyTraveler365
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lot more to do than we thought there would be. Lots of exhibits with interesting historical info on genesis of coke. Room to view coke commercials was fun. Can try all types of coke products from all over the world as much as you want....More

Thank jessswin
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I went to the World of Coca Cola when I was a teenager and though my daughter doesn’t drink soda, thought she’d find the international and diversity of the education interesting. I was right! She had so much fun learning all about the history of...More

Thank 1pickymommy
Reviewed yesterday

We went to the World of Coca-Cola as there did not seem to be much to do in Atlanta while we were there. And we're glad we went!! The attraction is 1st class, very interactive for kids, and has everything to do with the history...More

Thank Steve M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I had an awesome time here, get ready to be filled with coke m, got to taste different country’s version of coke. I have a wonderful time here and it’s not expensive

Thank sabrina e
Reviewed 2 days ago

I was surprise to cry when i saw the video compiled by WCC showing how the world is sharing the love with coca cola, captivating video. I like the activities and the concept of WWC for the exhibit and activities like coke tasting for all...More

Thank 693mariaelisac
Reviewed 2 days ago

Coca-Cola has done a wonderful job becoming part nostalgic culture. Here you get to see visit all that nostalgic vibe without being a boring old museum. All ages will enjoy this place. They use multi media presentations, you can get a picture with Mr Bear...More

Thank janefisch
Reviewed 2 days ago

If you have never been to the Coke museum, it's fun. If you had visited in their old location, you'll be disappointed. The memorabilia is fun to see but the highlight is always the tasting area where you can try different versions of the soda.

Thank BethMorrison6
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Cool museum of the history of Coke. The tasting room was the favorite part for my kids but I liked walking through the vault where the only hand written copy of the secret formula is kept! There is a lot of Coke memorabilia to see....More

Thank brendy8330
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is quite a fun and exciting place to visit. After going through the bottling process, you then get a chance to taste Coke products for different countries around the world. It's amazing how much the taste varies depending on the country it's bottled for....More

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I did see people with wheelchairs so should be fine
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