The big red building is even more a symbol of Coca-Cola. The whole museum also uses red as the overall design color, and uses various Coca-Cola cans as decorations in the museum. It exhibits all kinds of Coca-Cola's peripheral products with a long history and introduces Coca-Cola's products. Relevant information for the public to understand.
Generally, there are a lot of cokes to taste but there is no benefit to drink more
The Coca-Cola Museum is located in Pemberton Square in Atlanta, adjacent to the Georgia State Aquarium, which opened in November 2005. The land on which the aquarium is located was also donated by The Coca-Cola Company. In addition, Coca-Cola donated more than 10,000 square meters of land to the Atlanta City Government for the construction of the Civil Rights Museum. Pemberton Square can be walked to many attractions such as the Central Olympic Park, which is convenient for tourists to visit.
The Coca-Cola Museum is a condensation and reproduction of Coca-Cola’s infinite charm. It not only depicts the Coca-Cola Company’s present, but also depicts the Coca-Cola Company’s infinite vision for the future. Among them, more than 1,000 kinds of Coca-Cola handmade art products were exhibited for the first time. The building strictly complies with the U.S. Green Building Council's energy-saving and environmentally-friendly design standards and is one of the few environmentally-friendly buildings in Georgia.
A very interesting place is in the city cnn, the Olympics are all nearby. There are many small parking lots nearby but there are not many parking spaces to grab. . . The world of Coca-Cola is very interesting and worth experiencing. You can see the development of Coca-Cola in it, and drinks from various countries can also see the legendary cola formula! Safe. . . There is also a small 3D movie to watch. At the end, you must try cola from all over the world (it is recommended to try the drinks from Italy, Tanzania and India)
The Coca-Cola Museum is a short time after coming from the Olympic Park. In other words, it is a generation who grew up drinking Coca-Cola. It is a very interesting place to learn about the history of the company, especially the Coca-Cola packaging in different periods.
Preston_Dominguez: 121 Baker Street NW Atlanta, GA 30313
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Georgia Aquarium,Coca-Cola Museum,CNN Studio Tours,World of Coca-Cola,Centennial Olympic Park