If you’re looking for a fun and different place to visit while in Atlanta, the World of Coca-Cola was worth the stop. Learn about the history of coke along with tasting the flavors of coke products that are sold around the world. If you’re not a coke lover when you go you will leave loving coke and all the company stands for.
World of Coca-Cola with KIDS
Activities for Kids
When you first step foot into the greeting are you are given a delicious cold can of coke to sip on while you are waiting for a quick video made by coca-cola.
Once you have seen a short video you are guided through a secret door to an area full of activities and fun for the kids.
Vault of the Secret Formula
This secured area is where all the secrets of the original coke formula is located. You will also find special moments and memories in the history of coke here. The very end of this area is where the secret formula is secured behind locked doors and sensors.
Milestones of Refreshments
Learn about the cultures and history of coke through pictures and artifacts in this gallery. A few items you will come across in this the first soda fountain used to dispense coke, a delivery truck from Argentina, and many artifacts.
This fun area gives the kids a look at the bottling process that happens in the museum. Kids can see how the machines work together to fill a bottle of coke and prepare it to ship all over the world.
4-D theaters are one of my kids favorite movies to watch. You will experience a 3-D movie along with chairs that move and make you feel like you are part of the movie.
Experience the taste of coke products from all over the world. You will be able to taste over 100 different flavors. There are 5 different tasting stations with multiple beverages from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America. You can drink as much or as little as you’d like. My kids loved trying all of these fun flavors. Some of the flavors were surprisingly good and others were not.
No museum would be complete without a store at the end. This store does not disappoint. You can find one-of -a-kind pieces only found in Atlanta here along with other memorabilia to purchase.
Admission and Hours
The World of Coca-Cola is open 7 days a week, except for major holidays. The hours are 10-6p with the last tour of the day being sold at 6pm. If you are planning on visiting this attraction please check the website to ensure they are open for your visit.
World of Coca-Cola is located in the heart of Atlanta nestled right next to the Georgia Aquarium. We visited both attractions in one day during our visit to Atlanta. There is parking available for a small charge.
You can purchase your tickets at the window or in advance online. If you purchase your tickets online you can bypass the crowds waiting in line for tickets and enter the main ticket line. Ticket prices are as follows: Kids $13, Adults $17, Senior Citizens $15, and Toddlers 2 and under are free. Active duty military are offered a discount at the window.
I hope you enjoy your visit to the museum as much as we did.