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World Of Coca Cola in Atlanta Georgia
Everybody loves Coca Cola! For fascinating history and educational tours, explore Atlanta's World of Coca Cola museum with interactive displays. A small representative machine bottling line is included. Two levels of exhibits, with a small theater for short 4D Coca Cola films, a sampling center and a gift shop with all prices for trinkets including rare one-of-a-kind Coke Cola Collector items.
Walking thru approx 12 rooms within 60k square feet of space, you can go through displays at your preferred pace. You will find multi-lingual Coke Cola Ambassadors ready to answer any questions. Special guided tours are also available everyday at additional cost. All areas are fully A.D.A. accessible for wheelchairs, including
the parking structure. Wheelchairs to borrow located at the ticket window, as are guide maps in many different languages. Dogs are prohibited inside the museum except if they are working dogs for disabled persons.
Personal video cameras and other photo equipment is welcomed here, or you can purchase special commemorative photographs taken of you by the in-house photographer. For everyones safety, no weapons of any kind are allowed inside. The World of Coke Cola reserves the right to basic searches of all persons and their bags when passing through the entrance security check. No smoking permitted inside the museum.
While there are no food facilities inside the World Of Coke Cola, there is a handy café next door with a variety of options. Upon departure, a commemorative bottle of Coke Cola is given to each visitor.
Alternating special exhibits and events include cooking with Coke Cola demonstrations, celebrations regaling the sports partnership between the Atlanta Braves with Coke Cola and introducing the incredulous 100 plus varieties of soft drinks machine. Named the Coke Cola Freestyle, it dispenses many new flavors that have never been
in general production outside of the museum, for guests to try.
Easy to locate at Pemberton Place in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. Open year-round except closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas. Approximately 1 and 1/2 hours should be allowed to enjoy everything.