World of Coca-Cola

Museum
121 Baker St NW (at Pemberton Place)
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 676-5151
Monday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Friday
9:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday
9:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 5:00pm

Tips

  • Get a history lesson on possibly the world's most famous beverage -- and sample Coca-Cola products from around the globe! Kids will love it...
  • Beware of Beverly.
  • do not taste the soda "Beverly". it is made from grapefruit with added bitters. the taste does not go away, no matter how hard you try.
  • When you get your free Coke at the end of your tour, make sure it's @cokezero.
  • Don't be a pussy, drink the Beverly
  • It opened in 2007, relocating from & replacing the original exhibit which opened in 1991. More than 1,200 artifacts from around the world that were never displayed to the public before are featured.
  • Make sure you take a picture with the Polar Bear!!!! It's so lovely.
  • Finally got around to it. People will keep telling you to try the 'Beverly' when you get to the tasting room, as a joke, because it is the most disgusting drink ever invented.
  • Explore the complete storypast, present, and futureof the world's best-known brand! Don't forget to visit Taste It! and of course, try the Beverly. ;)
  • Try the Inca Cola from Peru. Not too sweet, not too fizzy!
  • Take a photo with the giant holiday ornaments, get a photo with the Coca-Cola Polar Bear, and have a swig of Gingerbread Coke.
  • Don't forget to try Kinley and Beverly in the tasting room!
  • Taste Coca-Cola products from all over the world and once you are done you can head over the Souvenir Shop for Coca-Cola goodies!
  • 4D show was more intense than I thought. Not rec for small children, or take a non-moving seat.
  • The mixing of Pemberton's syrup w/ soda water was created and served out of Jacob's Pharmacy in downtown Atlanta on Peachtree. You can visit Dr. Jacob's mausoleum at Oakland.
  • In Atlanta for NCAA Final Four? Come down to the World of Coca-Cola to check out the Coca-Cola hot air balloon and more!
  • The multi-sensory 4-D theater and the sampling of nearly 70 different beverages from around the world make this institution worth a visit!
  • Wind your way down Baker Street...and check out the World of Coca-Cola Museum. Very cool displays of memorabilia, advertising and a tasting room with products from all over the world to try out!
  • At the tasting facility you can try more than 70 different varieties of the brew, including Lychee Mello, a lychee-nut flavored soda from Thailand.
  • Try the Pepsi, its amazing!

Nearby places

225 Baker St NW (at Luckie St NW)
285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW (Marietta St)
61 North Ave NW (at Spring St NW)