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May 22, 2015

Join World of Coca-Cola 25th Anniversary this Weekend

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Hey yall!  If you're in the Atlanta area and looking for something you and your family to do over the Memorial Day weekend, World of Coca-Cola is celebrating their 25th Anniversary and has different festivities going on like:



  •          Offering a special anniversary promotion Sunday (two tickets for $25)

  •          Opening a new exhibit in the Pop Culture gallery, Kiss the Past Hello

  •          Honoring the Coca-Cola bottle that started it all with a special exhibit, ticket offer and more

  •          Inviting guests to “Share a Coke” in Pemberton Place 



A Special Offer for a Special Milestone

The Home of Happiness is inviting everyone to enjoy a special anniversary offer this Memorial Day weekend. All day Sunday, May 24, guests can enjoy two general admission tickets for $25, a savings of 20 percent. These specially priced tickets can be purchased at walk-up ticket windows beginning at 9 a.m. on May 24. The tickets will not be available online, and will only be valid for admission Sunday.



Kiss the Past Hello: Celebrating 100 Years of an American Icon

The World of Coca-Cola isn’t the only one celebrating a milestone. This year also marks the 100th anniversary of the iconic Coca-Cola contour bottle. In recognition of this milestone, Coca-Cola Design invited creative minds from around the world to recreate iconic Coca-Cola artwork from the last 100 years. Now the attraction is sharing the anniversary love and featuring artwork chosen from those submissions in a new exhibit in the Pop Culture gallery, Kiss the Past Hello. This special exhibit will be open through May 2016.



More on the Bottle That Started It All

Kiss the Past Hello isn’t just a new exhibit at the World of Coca-Cola. It is also the title of a new collectible coffee table book from Assouline Publishing. The book commemorates 100 years of the Coca-Cola bottle’s influence on art and popular culture and is available in The Coca-Cola Store at the attraction.


World of Coca-Cola guests can learn even more about the iconic contour bottle in 100 Years of the Coca-Cola Bottle – A Global Celebration, a special exhibit that recently opened in the attraction’s central atrium. The exhibit features more than 50 Coca-Cola art bottles from around the world, each one capturing a distinctive aspect of its home country’s culture and traditions.


Those interested in learning more about the contour bottle can also take advantage of a special offer to visit the High Museum’s exhibit The Coca-Cola Bottle: An American Icon at 100. Both attractions are offering a bounce-back promotion, so anyone with a ticket to the World of Coca-Cola or High Museum can receive $3 off general admission to the other attraction. The offer is available May 24 through June 19 at walk-up ticket windows only.



Share a Coke and Cheers to 25

The celebration doesn’t end the weekend of the attraction’s anniversary. World of Coca-Cola guests also can plan to celebrate the anniversary with the Share a Coke program. Back by popular demand, Coca-Cola is swapping out its iconic logo on Coca-Cola®, Diet Coke® and Coke Zero™ packaging for 1,000 of the most popular names in the country. In honor of the attraction’s anniversary, those who want to personalize their own mini-cans and enjoy music, entertainment and a selfie photo station may visit the Share a Coke experiential tour at Pemberton Place Friday, May 29 through Sunday, May 31. The full Share a Coke schedule can be found at www.shareacoke.com.

 

 

Have a fun and safe Memorial Day Weekend!  Save me a hamburger!

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2 comments

  1. That sounds like fun. I love the world of cocoa cola. I've visited both of the facilities in Atlanta. I think the other one is called the Coca-Cola Factory.

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    1. Yeah this is the Coca-Cola Factory. You should go some day whenever you're in Atlanta Brandy.

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