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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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  • It is a nice place to visit. My favorite part was taking a picture with the Coca Cola Bear with the kids. He was very entertaining to watch even while waiting in line and it was a nice to take a pictu...  more »
  • Went on a Sunday in the late afternoon, it was so full of people, but it was really good. I love seeing all the posters from the first few years of Coca-Cola. The Artsy very big bottles were amazing! ...  more »
  • It's basically one long commercial but it's worth a visit. My favorite part was the video at the beginning and tasting the coke. We went as a couple but I definitely think it would have been more fun ...  more »
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  • I thoroughly enjoyed my coca cola experience. We were there early and that really made a difference. The first few minutes is guided tour and our guide was sweet and very funny. You get a map, and complimentary coke of choice at the beginning, then enter to a room where there are many Coca-Cola items and memorabilia. Then you watch a short film, I believe this is to give guest that has gone before you a chance to clear out, then you're on your own. I didn't do the 4D theatre but I did go through the vault, and pretty much everything else. It was great and a little something for everyone. The tasting room is by far the best but as the crowds pour in, the less enjoyable it is. We even got to try a new sports drink in the works. Definitely worth going at least once. But be there early cause they take people in groups.
  • Good use of money. Guided at the beginning but after that you can just roam around on your own. You also get a free can of coke at entrance. Tasting room is delicious, could be a little cleaner though-floors were sticky. Seeing the bottling process was awesome. It was even slowed down to make it easier to see. Lines got a little long in afternoon so purchase tickets beforehand and arrive early.
  • Went to the World of Coca-Cola because we had been at the aquarium right next door and though eh, why not? I'm not really even a soda drinker, but the memorabilia was neat and the gal leading the tour (I wish I caught her name to call her out!) is FANTASTIC. An excellent, energetic presenter with real presence. Coke lucked out nabbing her. Some interesting trivia. A tad crowded (4th of July week) but for $17 it's fun. The best part is the tasting room at the end with Coke products from around the world. Tons of self-serve fountains and a genuine blast. Tried some great (and not so great!) flavors. Sometimes it's getting others to taste the not so great that's the most fun. Recommended.
  • History part of museum was good. But to look at photos at the end the set of employees we had acted like they could care less about us. They did not let us look at them they flipped through them quickly. We had previously purchased a usb drive with the coca cola museum with the sales pitch we could bring back and get additional pictures on it at a lower package price. The photo clerk refused to ask a supervisor and basically told us take it or leave it. "We don't do that." pictures had some of us blurry. Be careful what pictures you purchase.
  • It is kind of what we expected which was a walk through ad for Coca-Cola. We love everything Coca-Cola so this isn't necessarily‚Äč a bad thing. But certain things were a bit campy. The 4D experience was an especially 'goofy' short film. The vault was a bit of a waste of time as well. The saving grace of the experience was the tasting room at the end. You get to sample different sodas from around the world. That was fun and interesting as well as tasty. The staff was helpful and extremely nice. They actually seemed very happy to be working there. We are glad that we went once...once.

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