The story of Dr. Pepper seems like an interesting bit of Americana. I just wish the museum was organized to tell the story a bit better. The exhibits seem to jump around and doesn't really give you a sense of how the company has evolved. The top floor is a nice tribute to W.W. "Foots" Clements, but doesn't seem to be well related to the rest of the museum. The acquisition of the company by Cadbury Schweppes is also treated in a disconnected way. There's a collection of old soft drink vending machines in a locked room that could really be an interesting exhibit, but is only partially visible. In any case it's worth the $6 admission to see the history of the drink. I particularly enjoyed watching the Dr. Pepper commercial videos.
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