This shrine to the brown soda's image, products, and marketing is, at 62,000 square feet, twice the size of its previous building and features more than 1,200 artifacts never before displayed to the public. You can sip samples of 100 different Coca-Cola products from around the world and peruse more than a century's worth of memorabilia from the corporate archives. The gift shop sells everything from refrigerator magnets to evening bags.
Apr 2, 2009
Primarily a big product ad come to life. Staggered timed entrance and detector screening is a nuisance and the admission is expensive for what you get. There's lots of Coke memorabilia, a little about Coke's history, a mock-up of a bottling assembly line, and photo ops with their stuffed bear mascot. The most interesting thing here is getting to sample Coke products from around the world, drinks ranging from very good to utterly revolting. Note that
they are now in a recently built location across from the Aquarium. There are better attractions in Atlanta, though kids will probably like it.
Nov 17, 2008
With a global company like dear old Coke, you'd expect much much more to offer - disappointed! Only saving grace was the 4D theatre - encorporating sight, sound, touch & feel! Almost worth the admission cost - but just almost!