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Pemberton Place

Pemberton Place, a 20-acre plaza in the heart of Atlanta, is home to World of Coca‑Cola, the Georgia Aquarium, and the Center for Civil and Human Rights. Pemberton Place is named after John Pemberton who invented Coca‑Cola just a few blocks away in 1886. As part of our commitment to downtown Atlanta, The Coca‑Cola Company donated the land on which the Georgia Aquarium and the Center for Civil and Human Rights were built, driving destination appeal and creating economic impact for the city.

Experience the history of the world’s most famous beverage brand at the dynamic, multimedia home of the more than 125-year-old secret formula for Coca‑Cola. Get closer than ever before to the vault containing the secret recipe, view more than 1,200 never-before-displayed artifacts, and get a behind-the-scenes look at the bottling process. Take a trip around the world in a thrilling 3-D movie experience and tempt your taste buds with beverages from around the world.

Visit our tickets page to see special offers and to purchase tickets.

Stop by Bottle Cap Café to grab a healthy snack, lunch, or an afternoon treat that’s just steps away from the attraction.  Coming soon – Ice cream sandwiches, a variety of float options plus specialty beverages created with a selection of Coca-Cola products!

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Georgia Aquarium is an entertaining, intriguing, and educational experience for guests of all ages. While promoting a fun and enjoyable learning experience, the Aquarium instills in its guests a new appreciation for the world’s aquatic biodiversity. Check out more than 60 exhibits featuring a variety of animals and habitats. It’s the world’s most magical aquarium, and conveniently located next door to the World of Coca‑Cola.

Visit www.georgiaaquarium.org to save on tickets and learn more about the Aquarium’s research and conservation efforts.

The Center for Civil and Human Rights is Atlanta’s must-see destination for all ages. In 2014, The New York Times called The Center Atlanta’s “main event” and Interior Design Magazine named it “Best of the Year.” Their exhibitions connect the American Civil Rights Movement to the Global Human Rights Movements through touch-screen technology, powerful videos, original recordings, and individual stories of courage. The Center serves as the exclusive public venue for the Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection, a rotating display of 13,000 artifacts that convey the profound impact of King’s life and legacy.

Visit www.civilandhumanrights.org for tickets and download the app today!

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