Atlanta >The World of Coca-Cola
“It was fun seeing the art and old memorabilia, I especially liked the Norman Rockwell paintings.”
“a few of my favorite drinks from around the world ?”
“extensive beverage portfolio.”
“Pictures are very pricey ($17 for the first and $10 for any others), however, they will use your camera to take pictures with the Coca Cola polar bear.”
A 15 min introduction to The World of Coke in a room enveloped with coke artifacts then you're off and running at your own pace with multiple self guides tours. Bottling, marketing, a 4D movie, the history & myths behind "the secret formula," -- then the $16 admission payoff and highlight for any child, unlimited tastings of every coke product across the country!
Can't wait to take my son!!!!. A must see attraction in Atlanta, GA....a good friend of mine & I went to ATL for his birthday..We purchased the Atlanta City Pass booklet for adults $69 & kids $49..you can tour 5 different attractions within 9 days, great packages, World of Coca-Cola, Ga Aquarium, CNN tour, Zoo Atl, High museum of Art...The World Of Coca Cola was great, i really enjoyed it..took a picture with the Coca-Cola Polar bear, Bottle works was the bottling process interesting, 4-D theater- the moving chair & sprinkle of water AWESOME....Taste it!- where you can taste over 60 different beverages....some was great & some was just ,not so pleasant. YOU MUST TRY BEVERLY!!!!!! also you can freestyle & make up your own cola & I ended my day there with a free commemorative bottle of Coca-Cola that was made there that day. Will be heading but soon, thinking about flying my son & a few of his friends to Atlanta for his birthday.
Great time for the entire family. If you have never been to the World of Coke in Atlanta, you are definitely missing out. It is worth seeing for sure. There is something that excites everyone- of all ages. I was really enticed on how diverse Coke can be across the world- country by country. Def worth a visit!
An experience dedicated to Atlanta's most famous brand..
The World of Coca-Cola is like a real life Wonka factory for those in love with fizzy elixirs. Being one of the few things Atlantans can really call their own, this shrine to our hometown beverage is fantasy land for kids, and pretty damn cool for adults, too. With 11 different rooms that range from museum-worthy collaborations of artifacts and antiques, to movie screens that show old and new advertising clips, it's a wonderful combination of entertainment and education. The must-see attraction during the self-guided tour is the 4-D experience, a short film about Coke's "secret ingredient" that has viewers bouncing in seats as they get the occasional spray with water or burst of wind in the face. After seeing history and mouth- watering ads, getting to taste some 60-something Cokes from around the world (with a commemorative bottle to call your own) is simply icing on the cake.
love the new location. I have been to the old world of coke and liked it. This new location by the aquarium is aweome and made for a great day with some visiting friends. worth checking out even ifyou have been before. taking my neice and bday party next weekend.
It's One Big Coke Ad, But It's Great Anyway.
After you get over the fact that you've actually paid to have a bunch of Coke advertising thrown at you, you're gonna admit the attraction is pretty cool. And, hey, they do let you drink all the free coke you want.
This a must-see during a trip to Atlanta, and it's perfectly located next to the Georgia Acquarium and CNN Center.
VERY FUN! LOTS OF INTERACTION!!. THIS WAS MORE THAN I WAS EXPECTING! I HAD LOTS OF FUN. MY HUSBAND AND I CAME HERE BY OURSELVES BUT NEXT TIME WE WILL BRING OUR KIDS. THERE ARE LOTS OF FUN EXIBITS. THERE IS A 4D THEATRE. IT IS A 3D MOVIE WITH MOVING SEATS AND SOME EXTRAS. IT WAS SO MUCH FUN. I ALMOST DIDN'T WANT TO DO THE 4D THEATRE BUT I AM GLAD THAT MY HUSBAND WANTED TO. IT WAS WORHT THE WHOLE TRIP JUST TO DO THAT PART. IN THE TASTING ROOM THEY HAVE 64 FLAVORS TO TASTE. I TRIED ALL OF THEM. VERY INTERESTING! MY FAVORITE WAS A GREEN APPLE ONE FROM ASIA. MY LEAST FAVORITE WAS BEVERLY FROM LATIN AMERICA. YUCK! TRY THEM ALL! IT WAS A GREAT EXPERIENCE!!!
Great for the kids. I have fun wneh i visted the world of coke. My kids also enjoyed the tour it was very informative. They also give you a free bottle and the end. Pretty cool
Have a Coke and a smile!. Welcome to the advertisement you pay to see! Everything is smartly designed to keep you aware of how internationally loved the brand is. That said, I really enjoyed it. It was fun seeing the art and old memorabilia, I especially liked the Norman Rockwell paintings. There's a cute 3Dmovie and fun international ads. The best part is the tasting area....it's fun to sample products from around the world! And they give you a small bottle of Coke to take from the mini bottling plant on site. Then you have to exit through the gift shop (as most attractions are now designed to do). My husband and I went at the end of the day on a Monday and had no crowds to deal with... which is especially good for the tasting area. It was $17 each and took about 90 minutes for us to see everything. It's next to the aquarium and close to CNN so you could make a day of it as an adult for about $60 to get into all 3.
Very interesting place to visit.. Loved all the Coca-Cola memoribilia. This was my favorite place in Atlanta. First you go in and see alot of memoribillia then you watch a movie, the screen goes up and you head forward into the rest of the museum. Pictures are very pricey ($17 for the first and $10 for any others), however, they will use your camera to take pictures with the Coca Cola polar bear. The person in the suit was humorous. You go on into the museum and then go upstairs to a 4D movie and the remainder of the museum then you can taste different drinks from Europe (the Beverly is like cough syrup), Africa and other places my daughters favorites were still North American flavors. Well worth the time.
It's A New World At Coca-Cola & Andy Warhol, Also!. Everyday is an opening day in Atlanta, and The New World of Coca-Cola is just that. The largely expanded museum next to the Georgia Aquarium delivers pride to us native Atlantans. I was never a big fan, of the former location at Underground Atlanta. Upon entering, is the large Coca-Cola sign taken from the orginal location across from the old Lowes Grand Theater. It is proudly rotating, begging all to come in. Beiing a life long collector of Coca-Cola memoribilia, I was anxious to see the new complete collection. Coke founder, John Pemberton's soda fountain is there in all it's glory. We loved sampling all the Coca-Cola beverages from around the world. Some bitter, some sweet, but all made with the same formula. A new pop art museum, features some of Andy Warhol's most famous poo icon works. Andy alwas knew a good thing, even it this one is longer than fifteen minutes. Kids, young and old, with smiles on faces, are everywhere. Don't leave before going into the Coca-Cola store, without making a purchase of your own piece of memoribilia. Ticket prices are right, even though outside, one exterior wall is somewhat dull, hopefully landscaping will help, with the adjoing parks.
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