World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta, Georgia

121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30313

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Corie Hill and 3 other parents have been here

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Final ticket sales and final entry occur 90 minutes before closing time.


Address: 121 Baker St NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30313

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Phone: 404-676-5151
URL: http://www.worldofcoca-cola.com/
Hours: Mon-Thu, Sun 10 am - 5 pm, Fri-Sat 9am - 5 pm. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Price: Adults (13-64): $16; Seniors (65+): $14; Children (3-12): $12; Children under 3: Free

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Midland, Georgia

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    • Tweens (9-12)
  • Visited: 2013-05-01
  • Submitted: 2013-05-29 23:44:15.0
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Not that impressed

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Go early and pre-buy tickets online. Use Coke rewards points for tickets and check out groupon and other online sites for discount tickets for sure.

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Fort Lauderdale, Florida

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  • Visited: 2012-08-01
  • Submitted: 2012-12-31 22:28:42.0
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it was good

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make sure you have a refrig in the motel

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Submitted by: Jason K.

Mildly amusing, but at the heart of it, something about paying $16 a head to walk through an hour-long commercial bothers me. The history was, as expected, whitewashed...no mention of coca extract (a cocaine analogue) being an early active ingredient? Really?  I was lo...

Submitted by: Alison B.

This is a fun place to go for about 2-3 hours of entertainment which both kids and adults will enjoy equally. Visitors are gently 'herded' through the lower portion of the facility for crowd control purposes by starting off in a standing atrium with some memorabilia in it and welcomed by a cheerful Coca Cola team member who warms up the crowd with facts about the objects including the famed 3 missing Norman Rockwell original pieces of art which Coca Cola, the corporation, is desperately seeking to acquire. Then it is off to a short overview movie about what makes Coke so meaningful to people the world over, then you are finally relased to explore the rest of the Museum/ Mini Bottling Facility/ 4 D Movie Thea...

Submitted by: Danny L.

Yea I gave it four stars, but really it's a 3.5 in disguise... The top reasons why it was worth the trip: you get to take a picture with the polar bear, the tasting experience where you get to try 60 different flavor's of soda, interesting bottling process, and vast history of Coca Cola in the making. For the most part, the tour is a giant subliminal messaging tool. They first make you watch a movie about these weird characters with no eyes "inside" a vending machine. All of them drink coke and the movie becomes a sing-along in the end. It's bearable though, don't worry... and kids may actually enjoy it. After the movie, you get to take a picture with the bear, which I thought was really cool. It moves and b...

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