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A museum dedicated to the nation's oldest major soft drink - Dr Pepper! We offer three floors of exhibits featuring information about many different soft drinks, as well as a carefully curated selection of our massive soft drink memorabilia...more
My family reunion was in Waco and one of the places to visit and expose the entire family to was the Dr. Pepper Museum. I'd been before a few years back and must not have made it to all the floors. I enjoyed the history,...More
I wish there had been more to see in this little museum but it was really cool. It was very interesting but the best part was getting a fresh dr pepper from the soda fountain. I got the dr pepper float and it was heaven!
While visiting a friend and her family during a 4-day weekend trip to Texas, we drove from Burnet to Waco for a day trip. Our first stop was the Dr. Pepper Museum. There is a lot of memorabilia inside the museum, as well as displays...More
Thank Michael D
drpeppermuseum, Public Relations Manager at Dr Pepper Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Michael, thanks so much for taking the time to leave a review! We are so glad to hear you enjoyed your time at the Museum. You're exactly right, the bottle cleaning machine was used to clean and sterilize the returned glass bottles and we think...More
I'm a lover of Dr. Pepper, so this museum is a must visit for me. The experience is ok, not as interesting as the world of coca-cola. They have a theatre playing old advertisements which are quite funny. I think this is the only place...More
The touR of the museuM is self-guided. There are displays located on 3 floors plus another floor in another building. I found myself getting distracted as the display.s could hold my. Attention for only so long. It was nice to hear and see how Dr....More
Informative self guides tour. It's all about how Dr.Pepper started and business modules etc. Has 3 floors of exhibits and info. 2nd floor has a video and kids area. Entry fee was $10 for adults and I think $6 for kids. Check with the website....More
The Dr Pepper Museum is a fun spot, especially if you grew up on Dr Pepper. The history of the product, the building, and the advertising are all covered in the museum.
The gift shop and snack areas were not as nice on my visit...More