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Atlanta Botanical Garden

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Atlanta Botanical Garden

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Visit the World of Coca-Cola attraction in Atlanta with this skip-the-line admission ticket to the home of the famous beverage brand. See the vault that holds the secret Coca-Cola recipe, go behind the scenes to view the bottling process, and browse exhibits with more than 1,200 Coca-Cola artifacts. Then watch a 3-D movie that spans the globe and sample more than 100 different beverages.
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Latoya D wrote a review Sep 23
2 contributions1 helpful vote
Absolutely breathtaking experience. The employees were great and the scene was amazing. Enjoyed our time
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Date of experience: February 2020
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camista2 wrote a review Sep 22
Woodstock, Georgia70 contributions32 helpful votes
We returned after a long absence due to the virus. It was so great to be back. To cut down on crowds, you now have time sensitive tickets (don’t be late, you’ll lose your spot). Gardens were so vibrant and alive. Rich color. Signs everywhere say masks required (but this is not enforced). Kids loved The Alice in Wonderland topiaries, especially Cheshire Cat and Chess Board. Large unmasked crowd in Children’s Garden. There is only one way in & one way out, they could limit the number of people in this section. Can’t wait for the Scarecrow Parade in October!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Daniel C wrote a review Sep 20
Cleveland, Tennessee9 contributions
Gardens are beautiful. The biggest issue we had was the lack of customer service. We bought tickets in advance for a time a slot (Due to Covid). We arrived about 15 min early and were told we had to wait while others bought tickets at the gate and were immediately given access. We passed the by the restaurant inside the gardens. My kids and I saw other kids and families eating ice cream at the restaurant. We went in and were immediately asked our intentions. We told the host that we wanted to get some drinks and allow the kids to get ice cream and were told to go to the snack bar because they would not let us in. This was not due to a lack of a reservation or space it was because we didn’t say we were eating dinner. This was obviously very disappointing to both my kids as we just walked by several families at the out door seating enjoying drinks and ice cream only. If they are going to require a min purchase then that needs to be notated at the door. We still would have spent money and tipped well.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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mssoellegant wrote a review Sep 17
Louisville, Kentucky326 contributions84 helpful votes
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Even for two 30 year old women, we had a blast! This was the highlight for my friends birthday weekend, while we enjoyed the Alice displays we also appreciated EVERY other exhibit. Some notable highlights were the edible garden, the orchid greenhouse, the japanese garden & the cascades garden! We enjoyed strolling the gardens, grabbing an adult beverage and enjoying the beautiful views!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Gafilpoo wrote a review Sep 10
Bluffton, Ohio309 contributions78 helpful votes
The Atlanta Botanical Garden is a gem hidden in the middle of a big city. It is just north of downtown and has parking available. As of September 2020, they have metered entry every 15 minutes so you have to get tickets - easily done online. Members only on Mondays, so don't count on Monday. Currently there is an Alice in Wonderland theme with some of the more incredible massive illustrations from the story sculptured in plants - wow! The conservatory and orchid building was the highlight of the visit for us, but it didn't open until noon, so plan accordingly. Horticultural connoisseurs can easily spend 3 hours seeing the rest of the garden, so going first thing in the morning is fine.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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