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Centennial Olympic Park
Atlanta Children’s Museum
World of Coca-Cola
High Museum
Fernbank Museum
Zoo Atlanta
Atlanta Cyclorama
Stone Mountain

Hours:             Sun. – Thu. 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Fri. – Sat. 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Address:          121 Baker Street, NW


Prices:              Adults $15, Seniors $13, Youth $10, Children 2 and under free

An exposition showcasing the world's most popular soft drink, World of Coca-Cola sounds like a huge Coke commercial. And it is. But it's also one of the biggest attractions in the city and a must-see for anybody who's ever had a taste of the Real Thing (and who hasn't?). The vast three-story pavilion houses a massive collection of Coca-Cola memorabilia, along with numerous interactive displays, high-tech exhibits, and video presentations.

Exhibits trace the history of Coca-Cola from its 1886 debut at Jacob's Pharmacy in downtown Atlanta to its current worldwide fame. If you've worked up a thirst going through the museum, you can sample unlimited amounts of 40 Coca-Cola Company beverages at Club Coca-Cola, including 20 international drinks that are not sold in the United States. The tour ends in the first-floor gift shop, which sells a mind-boggling array of Coca-Cola logo items -- everything from T-shirts to Coke polar bears. Allow about 90 minutes to drink it all in.

Georgia Aquarium    Centennial Olympic Park    Atlanta Children's Museum

World of Coca-Cola    High Museum    Fernbank Museum    Zoo Atlanta

                         Atlanta Cyclorama    Stone Mountain