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Reviewed yesterday

The actual Coke museum was good. One of those one time and you never want to see it again. It was worth the money to see once. Our problem was the bad area it was in. It's scary. Just do the Coke Museum and leave. We walked to Atlanta Underground and I thought we would be murdered. Go early in the day.

Thank Blake1970
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I cannot believe that this is even an attraction much less that I paid $18.00 to be force fed a program of corporate brand marketing. Felt like I was being forced to drink the Kool Aid. No pun intended. It stunk.

Thank JCCindenver
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It’s fairly small. I thought there was more to do. We arrived at noon and did everything within two hours. The 4D is kind of rough on the back, if you have a bad back, don’t do it. Do the non moving seats. The tasting of the world was very cool.

Thank MChoney
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Reviewed 2 days ago

This is well worth the visit. Beautifully maintained and presented. Extremely interesting and nice to see all of the memorabilia. An amazing part of the Coca Cola history. Loved the tasting room at the end. Brought back a few memories of old favourite drinks. Extremely enjoyable visit. Highly recommended.

Thank Toits
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Lots of memorabilia. Didn't go in the vault. I was surprised that Coke was not a choice in the tasting room. Lots of other choices though.

Thank Joe R
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is worth a visit when in Atlanta. We were here for a day and also visiting the aquarium and decided to visit. It was entertaining and glad we stopped by to visit.

The highlights - everyone in the party gets a small can of Coke, Coke Zero, Diet Coke or Coke with stevia, you are then led to an area where an entertaining host explains a large range of memorabilia from Coke over the past 100 years. You are then led to a theater for an eight minute film which leads through different emotional stories involving Coke (announcement of new baby to grand parents, surprise visit at a hockey game of a military family member, engagement and sky diving). Then the self guided part of the tour starts with a visit to the vault containing the secret recipe, a walk through of the bottling process (which wasn’t working when I was there but maybe it is never on), history of Coke through the years and marketing materials over the years. You end with a visit to the tasting room with different Coke products from each continent. Overall, it was interesting but more of a one time experience and probably wouldn’t spend more than two hours here.

All the employees were very friendly and engaging.

They try to take photos at different spots but watch out. At $25/each they are pretty unaffordable.

Thank MSL_Dub
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

If you are in Atlanta, take this tour. It is really one you don't want to miss. Lots to so. A real well presented history of an American icon of a company. Loved it!

Thank Miotoni
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Since we were visiting Atlanta and the aquarium we decided to check out World of Coke as well. We were able to scan Coke lids which gave us 2 free tickets to get in. (15 lids per ticket.). I don’t think it would have been worth the admission price without the two free tickets, so I suggest looking for discounts.
Our teenagers weren’t as interested in the nostalgic areas, but they did love sampling all the different sodas at the end.

1  Thank PfCruiser
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Reviewed 3 days ago

I was was a little disappointed with the visit to the World of Coca Cola. As previous reviewers commented, many of the exhibits are very gimmicky/marketing driven and stretch out the time in the first part of the visit.

After standing in line to buy a ticket, I was directed into a waiting lobby which served a choice of 4 Cokes. Small groups were then led into another holding area, this one is nicely decorated with Coca Cola signs, posters and other memorabilia. The host was entertaining and did say a few times that his spiel was 8 minutes long. I thought we were done with the guided part of the tour, but we had one more room to go. We were then led into an auditorium where we watched a short video with a collection of family/friend vignettes with happy/positive storylines, with Coke bottles/drinks included in the images. Kind of weird marketing.

Finally, we were exited into the main 1st lobby. The first exhibit right outside of the theater was "the vault". Again we went through multiple holding areas in a small group. The worst was a interactive video game before going into a round room which played a short video before the walls slid open to reveal a vault apparently with the original handwritten formula. That was it! Very anti-climatic. At this point, it's been about 20 minutes.

I went straight to floor 2 where the tasting area and pop culture displays were. The tasting area was pretty interesting with several dispensers of various juices, teas and sodas. It led into the gift shop with a exit-only policy, also kind of weird.

Overall, I'd still recommend visiting since it's such a classic symbol of Americana but avoid The Vault display and plan to follow the herd for the first half hour or so. Maybe kids would be more entertained than adults.

Thank BayArea85
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

A must-see if in the Southeast United States. A significant and historical component of Americana. Do the VIP tour for little bit extra. It is well worth it. Enjoy...

Thank troyyz
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