We’ve been missing out on one of the biggest attraction in Atlanta – the World of Coca-Cola. When my niece from Maryland came to visit two years ago, she took her teenagers there and they had a blast. Until now, we’ve been wearing out our membership to the Georgia Aquarium, but thanks to some complimentary tickets from a giveaway on my parenting talk show, here’s a look at our first time visit to the World of Coca-Cola.
When the tour guide asked where visitors were from, people yelled back with an array of countries and U.S. like Brazil, Ireland, Texas and California.
Tickets & Transportation
Ticket prices for World of Coca-Cola start at $12 for ages three and up; $14 for Seniors; $16 for adults. There are also promotions and group discounts.
It’s a 10 minute walk from Pemberton or Phillips Arena Marta stations in downtown Atlanta, but we drove in and parked.
My husband, A.J. and I all had our favorite exhibits along the World of Coca-Cola tour. Three year old A.J. liked all the brand signs in a variety of languages. My husband liked the marketing messages dating back decades. I liked the “tasting stations” known as Coca-Cola Freestyle. It’s where you get to try Coca-Cola flavors from around the world.
Be prepared to walk long distances or bring a stroller/carrier for children. A.J. was pretty tired after the tour, a stop at the playground at Centennial Olympic Park and a walk back to our car in a nearby parking garage.
Have you visited the World of Coca-Cola?
What’s your advice for visitors? Did your children enjoy it?
Disclosure: We received complimentary passes to World of Coca-Cola for hosting a giveaway. No other compensation was received. I was not obligated to share my experience.