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This is not the Atlanta extravaganza, this is real history where Coke was first put into bottles. The old candy store is filled with coke items and there is a small museum for a small fee which includes the bottling equipment and soda fountain bar.
Hey go see the history of coke it’s a cool place and it doesn’t take a lot of time there’s plenty for the hole family so stop and show the kids the past who no you might see something new to you are just have...More
This was an included tour on our American Queen Steamboat cruise and since I love Coke we had to stop in. A lot of reading in the display case on the tour. Their soda shop in the back is undergoing renovations. One nice thing was...More
We went to the Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum in Vicksburg, MS and had a nice time walking around and looking at all the history of the different Coca Cola Cans, Bottles, Clocks, Soda Machines, and every other memorabilia that Coca Cola had over the ages. They...More
Must be the best display of items and history of Coke from the beginning. It is self guided and small but fun to see. I even have some of the very same things. I needed to replace a tiny bottled coke lost from one of...More
I love Coca Cola products and love the history of the product, but this is not up to standards in my opinion. It cost 3.50 to get in and it takes maybe 10 minutes to see everything including the soda fountain in the back. The...More