The Teacher Tool Kit Opens the Door for your Students to Discover the World of Coca-Cola
My family loves to frequent the World of Coca-Cola. We visit several times a year as we always have guests from out of town staying with us and what would a trip to Atlanta be without a visit to the World of Coca-Cola? As most everyone knows, Atlanta is the birthplace for the world’s most consumed beverage. The World of Coca-Cola details the history of how pharmacist John Pemberton created a flavored syrup and mixed it with carbonated water to create what is now the world’s #1-selling sparkling beverage.
I highly recommend this experience for children of all ages. There is something for everyone to enjoy at the World of Coca-Cola. Even though my family has been several times, they always look forward to returning.
Things to do at the World of Coca-Cola:
The Loft – Has nearly 200 historical and international artifacts that represent more than 125 years of Coca-Cola memories. More than 30 different countries are represented in the Loft.
Coca-Cola Theatre – A six-minute film called “Moments of Happiness” is played that celebrates some of life’s most memorable moments experienced by people of different ages and cultures around the world.
Vault of the Secret Formula – Where the legendary secret formula for Coca‑Cola is secured. Regarded as the most closely guarded and best-kept secret, the secret formula for Coca‑Cola represents over 125 years of history, special moments, memories and the timeless appeal associated with Coca‑Cola.
Milestones of Refreshment – A series of ten galleries brings the rich history of The Coca‑Cola Company to life through exhibits featuring some of its most prized possessions such as a circa 1880s soda fountain, 1939 delivery truck from Argentina and the Coca‑Cola contour bottle.
Bottle Works – Get a behind-the-scenes look at the Coca-Cola bottling process. Bottle Works showcases some of the same equipment and processes that are found in a full-size bottling plant.
Coca-Cola Polar Bear– Get a hphoto taken with the Coca-Cola Polar Bear.
4-D Theater – Guests can take a journey around the world In Search of the Secret Formula in this multi-sensory movie experience.
Coca-Cola Portrait Wall – Discover how the Coca‑Cola system benefits people and communities around the world. The Coca-Cola Portrait Wall is an interactive map of the world that comes to life when you walk up to it. Move along the motion-activated map to hear first-person accounts of various Coca‑Cola initiatives happening in different parts of the world. From the Coca‑Cola scholarship program to the Safe Water for Schools program in Kenya, Coca‑Cola is proud of the many different ways it works to improve lives around the globe.
Pop Culture Gallery – See how fans of Coca‑Cola have made the brand an icon of popular culture. Here, you’ll see artistic expressions gathered and shared by people who have been inspired by the brand, including the newest exhibit titled 10 Artists, 10 Bottles: World of Coca‑Cola Celebrates Atlanta’s Creative Community. This newest installation in the Pop Culture Gallery features work by 10 artists in the Atlanta area who commemorate the 10th anniversary of World of Coca‑Cola.
Perfect Pauses Theater – See how Coca-Cola is expressed in many different languages and cultures through various television commercials from all over the world.
Taste It! – Guests can try more than 100 international and domestic beverages made by The Coca‑Cola Company.
- The average length of a school visit is estimated to be around 1.5 to 2 hours.
- Tickets for school field trips are discounted.
- The Teacher Tool Kit provides ways for students to explore educational connections for your class visit.
- Pre and post-visit activities are provided to assist with lesson planning.
- Registering with My Coke Rewards for Schools will help schools get items necessary to facilitate a well-rounded educational experience for students.
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