The World of Coca-Cola is an exhibition hall, situated in Atlanta, Georgia, displaying the historical backdrop of the Coca-Cola Organization. The 20-section of land complex opened to people in general on May 24, 2007, moving from and supplanting the first display, which was established in 1990 in Underground Atlanta.
Coca-Cola was made by Atlanta drug expert John Pemberton in his examination office.
It’s the fundamental place where you can research the captivating story of Coca-Cola®, the world’s most well-known drink brand. During that time, go speak with different showcases, learn about the praised history of the popular beverage brand, and review more than 100 extraordinary rewards from around the world. The universe of Coca-Cola is open seven days a week and is, by and large, shut on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
The gallery highlights a show about the mysterious equation of Coca-Cola, a 3D film where a bold researcher and his associate set off to track down the mystery for themselves (including entertainers James Meehan and Jameelah Silva), and permits guests to taste 60 unique flavours from around the world.
Location: Pemberton Place
A 3-minute walk from the National Center for Civil and Human Rights
Address: 121 Baker Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30313, United