World of Coca-Cola is mainly a tourist attraction — but probably every Atlantan should visit at least once. You can view vintage Coke memorabilia, learn about the bottling process, get close to the vault where the secret Coca-Cola recipe is stored, taste Coke products from around the world, and watch short films on your visit.
Hours: The World of Coca‑Cola is open 7 days a week, and is generally only closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Check today’s hours.
- Adults — $17
- Kids (age 3-12) — $13
- Seniors (65+) — $15
- Age 2 and under — FREE
- Military — FREE
When you buy World of Coca-Cola tickets online, sales tax is added to these prices, but there is no extra service fee.
Discounts to World of Coca-Cola are rare. When they pop-up around spring break or the holidays, the discount is generally on a 4-pack of tickets rather than on individual admission. In December of 2019, World of Coca-Cola held the only free admission day in its history — and we don’t know if they’ll repeat in 2020.
An annual pass gives you unlimited admission to the World of Coca-Cola for a full year from the date of purchase. Annual pass prices are $34 for adults, $26 for kids, and $15 for seniors.
The World of Coca-Cola is located at 121 Baker St. in downtown Atlanta, adjacent to the Georgia Aquarium in the Centennial Park District.
Getting there and parking
If you drive, you can use the parking garage located at:
126 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW
Atlanta, GA 30313.
According to the World of Coca-Cola website, the rate is $10 for up to 4 hours of parking, and $15 for 4+ hours.
It’s fairly easy to take MARTA as well.
Exit at either Peachtree Center Station (Red/Gold Line) or GWCC Station (Blue/Green Line).
You can find a MARTA guide here, with walking directions from both stations.
Members of the military (active duty, reserves, retired) can present their Armed Forces ID card to get FREE admission to the World of Coca-Cola. The discount applies to the military member only; regular admission rates apply to family and friends.
If you’re planning to visit multiple attractions in Atlanta, take advantage of the Atlanta CityPASS to save almost 40% on admission to five Atlanta-area attractions.
The Atlanta CityPASS covers admission to The Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola, the Inside CNN Studio Tour, Zoo Atlanta OR the Center for Civil & Human Rights, and Fernbank Museum of Natural History OR the College Football Hall of Fame. It’s valid for nine days, and if you plan it right, you’ll have two full weekends + the weekdays in between to get to all of the attractions.