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World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta

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Get an inside look at the creation and long-lasting legacy of one of the world's favorite beverages at World of Coca-Cola, which features interactive exhibits and more than 1,200 pieces of memorabilia. The 8 hectare (20 acre) complex includes the vault that guards the company's top-secret recipe. You can watch the bottling process, then move on to the tasting room and its 100-plus flavors of Coke. Don't forget your free commemorative Coca-Cola glass before you leave. Using our online itinerary creator, Atlanta attractions like World of Coca-Cola can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • You get a lot of information about Coca Cola in general and also a lot of things which you can explore. I liked most the TASTE IT area were you can experience all tastes around the world.  more »
  • Well worth a visit. An excellent tour of a wonderful organization. Plenty to see and do. I enjoyed the 4 D reality show and the tasting room. Set in a wonderful environment and all so clean  more »
  • If you're curious to know about the history of Coke, this is the place to be. It also offers an opportunity to taste over 100 flavors of coke that's sold all over the world! As you exit, there's a Cok...  more »
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  • I have been to this place at least more than 10 times, and its fun every time. May be because coke is my only drink besides water. This place is fun-filed for all ages which is quite unique. I think because its one of its own kind. I had 5 stars since first visit. One down is because besides entertainment, it should feel worth spending your money when you leave. And I believe they were doing it perfectly until few months ago. At exit, you happen to pick up a small glass bottle of Coke from the conveyor which brings it down from the chain running over your head. A unique experience and a souvenir to take home as a memory. But I think they realized that they are losing FEW BUCKS on every visitor by doing that. This time when I asked about that on exit, I was informed that its not there anymore but I can buy one from the store on exit. Well, I can buy the bottle, but I don't buy the idea of JUST selling it. Give it thought, COKE. You talk about 4 U's in 4D presentation. You have killed 2 of them. UNIQUE and YOU (us). Not good for COKE!!!
  • A fun place to learn about the history of one of my favorite brands. The history of the company's creation is interesting and trying sodas from around the world is always a really cool experience. We really enjoyed seeing the old Coca-Cola commercials in the theater and seeing the vintage print ads. Wished there was more about the change in Coke's advertising over the years. Still a fun experience!
  • My kids loved the world of coke. The 4d movie was cool. The vault was cool for adults but my kids were bored. Finally when you get to try out the coke. They have over 100 pops to try and that is when my kids came alive. We took a splash of many flavors it was really cool to see all the different sodas sold all over the world.
  • First, none of the kiosks to buy tickets were working, so we had to stand in a long line for tickets. Once inside, we went through two parts of what they call the "guided tour" and then the self-guided tour started. We then waited in a long line to get to get into the "vault of the secret formula" which was quite disappointing. And, as we tried to leave that exhibit the doors got stuck and we were locked in side for several claustrophobic minutes. Next we entered the tasting room, and while we there, the cleaning crew was mopping floors in the tasting room. I was holding my infant and trying to taste the soda, and a man came around the side of the drink fountain with the mop and said in a rude tone "Ma'am please move." That, coupled with someone talking over the loud speaker where you couldn't hear yourself or people with you, the tasting room was a very unpleasant experience. We also visited the Coke store as it is your last stop on the tour. Meanwhile, it started pouring rain. The World of Coke Security was called into the Coke Store and started yelling at people that if they weren't shopping they had to leave because their presence is a security risk. Literally, they were making people go out in the pouring rain. It was pathetic. I couldn't believe my eyes/ears. I have been to this museum before where they gave you a glass bottle of Coca Cola as a parting gift. On our visit on Memorial day, we were not given anything as we left... I guess they quit giving away a bottle of Coke to visitors. That seems really sad/cheap, esp since admission to World of Coke is $17/per adult. Last but not least, my father is in a wheelchair, which on the World of Coke web site it stated that wheelchairs are available at no charge. The problem is that the wheelchairs are at the front door of the museum and there's literally no parking for at least 1/4 mile from the front door of the World of Coke. Trying to drop off the disabled visitor is more than a challenge too as signs all around the World of Coke say "No Stopping or Standing." How are you supposed to get a person with a disability to the museum? Sadly and surprisingly, not a disability friendly place to visit. All in all, the whole visit was a huge disappointment. I would expect Coca-Cola to do SO MUCH better at their "World of Coke" museum. A world-class beverage represented by a low-class museum in downtown Atlanta.
  • Honestly, superseded my expectations! My wife and I visited with three of our sons (ages 7-13) and they had an absolute blast. We are not super Coke fans, but we all really enjoyed every aspect. I did not get their names, but let me tell you that the employees were EXCELLENT!! They were all super nice, professional, and made the entire experience even that much better. If you are in the area, you really should check this place out. Go ahead and bring some extra change, because you exit through the gift shop (well played Coke) and you and or your kidos will 'need' something. Have fun!