BIG NEWS: First-Ever Free Admission Day at World of Coca-Cola this Sunday

BIG NEWS: First-Ever Free Admission Day at World of Coca-Cola this Sunday

Have you heard the big news? For the first time EVER in attraction history, World of Coca-Cola is doing free admission for all guests this Sunday, 12/8. You definitely don't want to miss out on this, especially if you have never visited this museum before!  

The offer is in celebration of The Coca-Cola Company's 100th anniversary of becoming a publicly-traded company.

On May 8, 1886, the first Coca-Cola was served in Atlanta. Thirty-three years later, in 1919, the company made its initial public offering. An original $40 share – along with reinvested dividends – would be worth more than $18 million today. The Coca-Cola Company has grown with Atlanta, and 16% of shareowners of record live in Georgia.

Commemorative Glass Coca-Cola Bottle 100 Years

To celebrate a century as a public company, Coca-Cola is offering free admission at World of Coke on Dec. 8. Guests will also receive a commemorative glass Coca-Cola bottle while supplies last.

Visitors at World of Coca-Cola can sample more than 100 drinks from around the world, see the vault where Coca-Cola's secret recipe is guarded and snap photos with the iconic Coca-Cola Polar Bear.

The company is also marking its 100th anniversary on Monday, Dec. 9, by ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

I have several posts about my visits to World of Coca-Cola, make sure to see them.

Since World of Coca-Cola is free to all, I highly recommend going early before the museum opens, because I'm sure it's going to drive a massive crowd.

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