Atlanta, Georgia: The New World of Coca-Cola
- 121 Baker St. NW, Atlanta, GA
- On the corner of Baker St. and Centennial Olympic Park Drive. SOUTHBOUND: I-75/85 exit 249-C onto Williams St. Turn right onto Ivan Allen Jr Blvd. The parking garage is on the left at the second traffic light. NORTHBOUND: I-75/85 exit 249-D onto Spring St./W. Peachtree. Turn right onto the Spring St. ramp toward Centennial Olympic Park Drive. Bear right onto Centennial Olympic Park Drive, then take a quick left at the traffic light onto Ivan Allen Jr Blvd. The parking garage is on the left at the second traffic light.
- Daily 8 am - 6 pm, off-season 9 am - 5 pm. (Call to verify)
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- Major Fun
A multi-million-dollar shrine to what Coca-Cola humbly calls "the most successful product in the history of commerce." Roadsideamerica.com Report... [05/02/2011]
Visitor Tips and News About The New World of Coca-Cola
Interesting. Don't forget to try the different sodas but I don't recommend the one named Beverly. The employees were very helpful.[Eileen, 06/09/2013]
Yes, by all means -- avoid Beverly.
In 1990, when Coke opened The World of Coca-Cola in Atlanta, Georgia, it was one of the Seven Wonders of Roadside America, part of an elite fraternity that included House on the Rock and Precious Moments Inspirational Park. The World of Coca-Cola, an evolutionary leap from traditional factory tours, was the most self-indulgent, over-glorified, lavish shrine to a product that we had ever seen, and we told others to see it, too.... [06/06/2007] Complete News Story
Farewell to the Old World (of Coca Cola): The venerable shrine to a carbonated beverage, the World of Coca-Cola, closes forever on April 7, 2007. The new facility, next to the Georgia Aquarium at Centennial Olympic Park, opens on Memorial Day weekend. It's twice the size of the original (as are many consumers of Coca-Cola products) and will feature a 27-foot-tall Coke bottle as an exterior attention-grabber.[RoadsideAmerica.com Team, 04/06/2007]
At the World of Coca-Cola, there IS a New Coke exhibit, if you can call it that... there's a can and an ad. They're described as "Ad for new formulation of Coke" (or something like that). It's in the 80s section of the room called "The Real Thing," with the big polar bear in it and before the soda-drinking part. IMO they put them in an inconspicuous place, you kinda have to look for it.[Deka, 08/08/2005]