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The World of Coca-Cola

121 Baker Street North West

The World of Coca-Cola at Pemberton Place celebrated its Grand Opening on May 24, 2007. It’s the only place where you can explore the fascinating story of Coca-Cola - the world’s best-known beverage brand.

The World of Coca-Cola is the home of the 125-year-old secret formula for Coca-Cola and features more than 1,200 artifacts from around the world that, until now, have never been displayed to the public before.

Around every corner you’ll experience something new and inviting. You’ll see great interactive exhibits such as a thrilling, multi-sensory 4-D movie (3D glasses with moving seats) and a fully functioning bottling line. You can view more than 1,200 artifacts from around the world that, until now, have never been displayed to the public before. You can even give our 7-foot Coca-Cola Polar Bear a big hug! And of course, a World of Coca­-Cola favorite—the tasting experience, will give you a refreshing opportunity to sample over 60 different beverages from around the world.

All this and much more make the World of Coca­-Cola a unique and must-see Atlanta experience! A visit of the entire attraction is estimated to last an average of 2 hours.


Jacklyn Drake

Friday, July 6, 2018
Such a cool experience especially if you’re a fan of Coke! They start the experience off with you choosing a Coke of your choice to sip, and then you go to a quick presentation of the history. We initially thought this was going to be a bore but the tour guide was AMAZING and she made it fun! Inside the museum there is lots to see and experience from “The Vault” to the taste testing where the floors are the stickiest you’ll ever experience! This place does a good job at showing the international presence of Coke and how far the brand really has come. The famous Polar Bear is also there all day for you to take photos with and they have a fun 4D experience that is (very bumpy!) so be warned! Overall this is great for the entire family and will bring lots of “cheers!” 😊

Rehan Syed

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Nothing beats an ice cold Coca Cola on a hot summer day!! And it’s all free! I enjoyed the commercials presentation along with how the Coke is produced. You can try Coke products from around the world, it’s pretty cool. Some drink they serve in Italy was horrible, rest were pretty good. Frosty Melon from Thailand was my favorite. To top all this off, you get to spend money at Coke Store. All in all excellent experience!

Joe Lescota

Friday, July 6, 2018
We went on Friday morning with one kids aging 15, 12,10 and 4 and each child's interest was held and their comments favorable. If you love Coke then you'll love seeing and learning about the history of this worldwide popular soft drink. You even get to taste Coke products from around the world. When you first arrive you are welcomed with a small can of very cold Coke product. There is a 4-D movie, a chance to sit down in a room and view Coke commercials from around the world (Russia was rather funny), another room with a heart-warming video (another chance to sit) of Coke related messages of goodwill and love. Remember, it's a museum and it's all about Coke. The gift shop has everything and anything Coke. There will be lots of displays to trigger your best memories of youth (so it will be okay to smile to yourself or bore your children and grandchildren with stories of how you used to pay 5 cents for a coke.) We were there for 3 hours. We parked in the parking lot for the Aquarium (don't pay $20 to those parking lot street hawkers) and just walked across to the World of Coke. It's all wheelchair friendly as there are elevators to the second level. Time your meals as there is no food on site.

Karen Li

Saturday, June 30, 2018
The exhibits are great at the museum. It's not very large, but everything is very engaging and interesting. They have you free Coke at the entrance an had a nice introduction video. My favorite parts were the 4D movie and tasting room. The movie was exciting with all of the effects. The tasting room was huge with do many flavors from each continent and country. I'll definitely visit again if I'm in Atlanta.

Jitendra Kumar Agarwala

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
You get to know the history and the so-called mystery behind the worlds most celebrated brand ‘coca-cola’. Right after the introduction, they will take you to a theatre for a short video advertisement which is the best ad I have ever seen. I could come here again and again just to watch that piece of advertisement! Post the ad, there are multiple exhibits to visit which you can go through in the World of Coca Cola website. At the end you get to taste 100 different flavours of coca-cola which are sold in different countries. There is also a memento shop at the exit. All-in-all a good place to visit in Atlanta.

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