World of Coca-Cola
Welcoming over the 1 million guests each year, the World of Coca-Cola has become Atlanta’s most visited indoor attraction. Located across from the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola stands 2-stories tall and is packed with iconic memorabilia and unique artifacts. Tour the famous attraction with the entire family and experience the story of America’s most recognizable brand during your visit to Atlanta.
Coca Cola Fun Facts
- The famous beverage was invented by an Atlanta pharmacist named John Pemberton in 1886.
- The original Coca-Cola museum remained open for 17 years before relocating in 2007 to what we now know and love as the new World of Coca-Cola.
- Only a few people know the secret formula for Coca-Cola. The concentrate is produced centrally and then exported to more than 900 bottling plants around the world.
Begin Your Adventure
The museum offers general admission and guided tours for all to visitors to enjoy. Here’s a sneak peek of what to expect during your visit:
Begin your journey in “The Lobby” and view seven life-size bottle sculptures originally created for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games while jamming to tunes by Stephen Taylor.
Head over the “The Loft” and dive into 125 years of Coca-Cola culture and explore over 200 historical and advertising artifacts.
After watching a brief video in the Happiness Factory Theatre, discover “The Hub” where various exhibits are housed including: the “Vault of the Secret Formula” and the “Milestone of Refreshments,” containing a packing slip from 1888. Don’t forget to take a picture with the famous mascot, the Coca-Cola Polar Bear!
After learning about the bottling process, walk up to the second floor and catch a 4-D film or taste over 100 different beverages from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and North America.
Before saying good-bye, make sure to pick up your complimentary bottle produced with a special label and cap exclusively available at the World of Coca-Cola.
- Adult (13-64) $13
- Senior (65 +) $14
- Youth (3-12) $12
- Toddler (0-2) Free with adult
The museum is open 7 days a week with the exception of Thanksgiving and Christmas. Please check the hours of operation for the specific day you’re visiting as hours may vary.
The Pemberton Place Parking garage is located on Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. between Centennial Olympic Park Drive and Luckie Street for a fee of $10 dollars per day. Buses and oversized vehicles must park in the Georgia World Congress Center bus marshaling yard for a fee of $25 per day.
Head North on West Peachtree St. NW toward North Avenue NE. Turn left onto North Avenue NW. Turn Left onto Spring Street NW. Continue straight onto Spring Techwood Conn NW. Keep right to stay on Spring Techwood Conn NW. Continue onto Spring Techwood Con. Use any lane to turn left into Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW. Turn right onto Baker Street NW. The destination will be on the right.