World of Coca-Cola

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121 Baker St NW (at Pemberton Place)
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 676-5151
Mon–Thu, Sun: 10:00 AM–5:00 PM Fri–Sat: 9:00 AM–7:00 PM

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  • 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!