The World of Coco-Cola is a museum, that tells the history of the well-known soft drink, that is enjoyed around the world, for over a century now. It was invented by John Pemberton. Located in the same area, across from Centennial Olympic Park, and near the Georgia Aquarium and CNN Center.
Well, after going through security and the atrium, it starts off with a guide giving background on Coke, followed by a short 3-D film. It was forgettable, as it felt like an extended commercial made by Pixar. Then, you enter the museum.
The museum has exhibitions on the beginnings of Coke, and the various ads over the years. There is a theater where you can watch a short film on how Coke was impacted by pop culture, and various Coke commercials from around the world.
There is also a 4-D flight simulation ride, very much like what you would see at Epcot. It was mainly about finding the secret formula of Coke, which is well-guarded secret. An okay attraction, where you get splashed and get poked in the back.
In the end, there is a room, where you can try various sodas from around the world. Each soda tower is designated by continent. Some are good, some were horrible, and some had no taste at all. Also, you can try different types of Coke, like lime and vanilla. And everyone gets a small bottle of Coke to take with them.
Being in the headquarters of Coke, this place is definitely worth checking out. And a nice way to cool off when it's very hot outside. And did I mention there that free tastings is included?
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