|Monday:||10:00 AM - 03:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||10:00 AM - 03:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||10:00 AM - 03:00 PM|
|Thursday:||10:00 AM - 03:00 PM|
|Friday:||10:00 AM - 05:00 PM|
|Saturday:||10:00 AM - 05:00 PM|
|Sunday:||10:00 AM - 05:00 PM|
|•||Confirmation will be received at time of booking|
|•||Average visit time is approximately 2 hrs|
|•||Parking is available on a first come, first served basis for an additional fee|
|•||Upon entrance, there will be a required security check|
|•||Service animals allowed|
|•||Near public transportation|
|•||Surfaces are wheelchair accessible|
|•||Most travelers can participate|
|•||Face masks required for travelers in public areas|
|•||Face masks required for guides in public areas|
|•||Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff|
|•||Social distancing enforced throughout experience|
|•||Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas|
|•||Regular temperature checks for staff|
|•||Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival|
|•||Coca-Cola Polar Bear experience is adjusted to meet social distancing guidelines. Taste It! sampling experience altered to comply with FDA guidelines regarding self-service beverages. Freestyle service unavailable.|
Walked right in - couldn’t be easier! Enjoyed the experience - CocaCola did avoid job given the Covid restrictions.
Visited 14 yrs ago and it's grown more than double. Interesting facts for the whole family. 2 shows, smell test, taste soda from around the world. See the vault that houses the recipe. Photo with the bear. Well worth it. You can easily spend 3 hours here. They take your temperature and hand sanitizer every where.
Years and years ago this was located in Las Vegas. Now a new improved version called a museum is in Atlanta. Being the home of Coca Cola I was excited to visit this attraction and compare it to the Las Vegas version. We were not disappointed. It was full of information accompanied by memorabilia and Southern hospitality. We were there for 2 1/2 hours and could have stayed another hour if we had the time. The parking across the street was a reasonable $10 which would have been at least $30 in Los Angeles. A must see attraction. .
Great insight into the world of Coca Cola and the timeline of many events. Really interesting experience with plenty of hands on items. Particularly loved the world tasting experience.
I was honestly surprise that you can tell such interesting story out of Coca Cola. It is a simply must see in Atlanta. Everything is well organised and plenty of opportunities to drink, taste and rediscover Coca Cola.
All ages seemed to enjoy the variety of history and experiential opportunities on this tour!! Would definitely recommend.
Would never really have said that I was that interested in the history of Coca Cola but as I was in Atlanta I thought why not give it a visit as its within the vicinity of other attractions I was visiting. To be honest, you dont need to pay extra for the VIP tour the self-guided is more than enough. There is so much learn about the product but equally it was surprising to see the links between Coca Cola and the civil rights movement. The tour is suitable for all ages of people and works whether you go as a group or solo explorer. Make sure to try out the tasting room with particular flavours designed for specific regions who knew Coca Cola produced sooooo many drinks and the gift shop which has vast amounts of random items that you wouldnt possibly imagine The only downside is that when buying tickets via viator you still have to queue up, so it almost defeats the purpose as you may as well queue to buy your tickets
Usually, if we purchase admission tickets on Viator, we find that we were able to buy them at a discount with skip the line advantages. While the tickets were about 2 cheaper, there was really no other advantage to purchasing through Viator. We had to wait in numerous lines as all visitors have to deal with, and it took forever to finally get inside. I wish there was a way to scan our voucher at the available ticket kiosks - that way, at least we could've gotten ahead of one of the lines.
Disappointing and a bit hokey. Do they really think we believe that the secret ingredient is at this location? Give me a break. Marketing...
I personally found this attraction to be wanting. It was interesting to see the old time coke advertising displays and to learn more about he company but there is only so much you can say about a soft drink. The big event is seeing a door that houses the original formula. Not exactly a life altering experience.
I would advise people to walk down to the end of the park and visit the Civil Rights Museum instead.