Since 1932 a Coca Cola sign has stood in the same spot and has earned being called one of Atlanta's landmark. In 2003 the sign was replaced with new version commemorating the company's 117th birthday during Founder's Day celebration. The new Coca-Cola's sign features a circular retro design with a 33-foot diameter face that is covered in neon lights. The nine-foot tall, 28-feet wide Coca-Cola lettering illuminate with light bulbs that perform a variety of functions to depict text messaging and various graphic designs. Additionally, includes a matrix that is used for changeable messages, as well as a time and temperature matrix.
Visit the World of Coca-Cola®, where everyone will be enlightened and entertained. From a thrilling 4D theater to a walk through a fully- functioning bottling line, you’ll experience something new and inviting around every corner. Take your taste buds on a tantalizing tour with over 60 different products from around the world. Inside you’ll find there’s a secret formula to everything Coca-Cola® does.
This was fun for the whole family. My children enjoyed this a lot.
This new venue opened in 2007 and is next to the Georgia Aquarium. It seems to be a tourist's must-see. I personally don't get it. You have to pay $15, adults, $9 children, to watch a commercial about Coke- they should be paying you, or at least make it free a la Anheiser Busch. Any how you learn about the history of Coke and can taste 70 different Coca-Cola products, see a 4-D movie, etc.