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Terre Haute, Indiana: Birthplace of the Coke Bottle Mural

Giant outdoor mural on the county museum lets everyone know you were in the town where the glass Coca-Cola contour bottle was invented.

Vigo County Historical Museum

929 Wabash Ave., Terre Haute, IN
Vigo County Historical Museum. Downtown, on the south side of Wabash Ave., just east of 9th St. and just west of the train tracks. The mural faces east.
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Birthplace of the Coke Bottle

On the outside wall of the Vigo County Historical Museum there is a giant mural proclaiming Terre Haute to be the birthplace of the Coke bottle. Inside the museum is a recreated 1950s soda fountain with old Coca-Cola signs.

[Terri, 04/27/2021]

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