If you can’t imagine a single day without drinking a can of Coca-Cola, how about taking your love for this soft drink to a whole new level? Museums dedicated to this best-selling beverage are scattered all around the world and here are some of the very best.
World of Coca-Cola (Atlanta, Georgia)
Atlanta became home to the original World of Coca-Cola back in 1990, and this museum grew into one of the city’s top attractions. The secret formula vault is the main reason why people can’t resist it, but exhibitions on the history of the Coca-Cola Company and many interactive experiences are also worth checking out.
Coca-Cola Museum (Taoyuan City, Taiwan)
Taiwan is also home to a Coca-Cola museum, but this spot is less focused on its history than the one in Atlanta. Taoyuan City’s museum is all about embracing Coca-Cola’s aesthetic, and its housed in a vibrant red building, filled with Coca-Cola merchandise and memorabilia.
Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum (Vicksburg, Mississippi)
Vicksburg’s Coca-Cola Museum isn’t as flashy and over-the-top as the previous two, but it comes with an interesting backstory. This museum was built inside a restored building, where Coca-Cola used to be bottled all the way back in 1894.