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Biedenharn Museum & Garden, Monroe

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  • It was way too cold to do anything outside on the day we were in Monroe, so my friend and I visited this museum. So interesting! Great way to pass a few hours while we waited to pick up our children. 
  • Lovely visit even with dark clouds and misting rain. The tour included both the CocaCola history as well as the family home and bible collection. Learned many new details that also prompted each of us...  more »
  • Great place to visit and learn about the history of how coke came to be bottled. Beautiful gardens for pictures and at the end of the tour you can put your nickel in the old timey coke machine and pul...  more »
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  • I've been to the Biedenharn Gardens three times (twice on a class field trip, and once with my daughters). I have thoroughly enjoyed all three trips, and am dying to take my mom, as I know that she would really love the bible museum and gardens. I do understand what a previous poster meant by the crass demeanor from one of the ladies. However, overall, everyone was so friendly and pleasant. I wouldn't dare let the attitude of one or two people ruin my outlook on the overall outing.
  • What a horrible lasting impression! Five of us arrived for pictures to greet a polite woman named Becky at the garden's gate. We had never been and did not know where to start. We were told to go down the block to pay for admission inside the museum and we would need to accommodate a scheduled photography session. Well.. we get inside the museum, excited and was greeted by a crass woman whose name I did not catch. She not only was unnecessarily aggressive about making a point of the customers of the museum but had the audacity to go so far as to tell us that we should just go ahead and take the tour while we were there since we paid for it. In the interest of making an honest opinion of the place, here's the gist: The gardens are marvelously beautiful and none of us will ever return there again because of that woman's attitude towards us. God bless Becky for making our experience past that introduction bearable. It is truly unfortunate that a place so well kept is fronted by one of the rudest attitudes I have encountered at an establishment.
  • Very abrupt on the phone.
  • The Senior Adult group from FBC Homer, LA toured the Biedenharn Museum and Gardens and Bible Museum. The tour guides made our visit extremely enjoyable! We enjoyed learning about the history of Coca-Cola. The men in our group liked the coke truck, while the women were enthralled with the beautiful gardens. All the paintings in the Bible museum were breath-taking. The piano in the beautifully decorated Biedenharn Home had a beautiful sound considering its age. Everyone was ready to enjoy a 5 cent coke at the end of our tour.
  • Sooooo pretty