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I decided to check out the Coca-Cola Museum since I'd been to The Birthplace of Pepsi in New Bern, NC. When I walked in, I found that the shop owner was just friendly enough. Honestly, she seemed overly concerned with making sure no one entered the museum without paying. A traveler who did mistakenly enter without paying promptly came to... 更多
This is where the very first Coca-Cola bottle was ever produced. That fact alone is enough reason to stop. Sadly, most of the museum is a mosh of Coca-Cola paraphernalia and very little on the actual reason you stopped there.
Self-guided tour. Seeing all the old relics brought me back as far as I could remember buying and drinking Coke products. Cover charge was one thing but a $4.00 float, a small scoop of ice-cream and a little coke?
I was in this part of town for lunch when it started to rain. Seeing as this museum was a quick walk from where I was dining I decided what the hey. It costs $3.50 to tour. I had no problem with the price. I wouldn't say this is museum in the sense most of us envision but more of... 更多
My 11 year old insisted we go because he collects everything Coke. It took less than 25 minutes to walk through the museum. Very small. Gift shop had some cool things, but over priced for the most part. If it's not a must to say you've been where Coke was first bottled, there are much better soda museums, like the... 更多
Interesting historical story to see and read in the museum but it's not a lot and I guess it's worth the $3.50 but maybe not. Kinda disappointed tho it brought back many memories of childhood. My favorite was the old style toilet in the men's room with the pull chain. See pic.
For a quick and easy on the pocket book museum to visit, this is definitely the one to see! Great for kids, there's floats/ice cream to enjoy at the end!!!