From A-Z, AlpharettaMoms.Org keeps you updated weekly on fun family things to do! Bunches of information in one place to make our lives a little easier! There are many venues below to make fun family memories from the Alliance Theatre, Atlanta Botanical Garden to Chattahoochee Nature Center, Lanier Islands, Legoland Discovery Center Atlanta, Stone Mountain and more!
For those planning a sporting event, family reunion, wedding or other special events, the Alpharetta Convention and Visitors Bureau can be a great help with its free event planning resources that include securing group hotel rates, complimentary welcome bags for guests and insider tips on facilities and vendors. For more information about these services, visit www.awesomealpharetta.com.
The Alpharetta Welcome Center is located at 178 South Main Street, Suite 200 and is the best source for information on Alpharetta and all that it offers in the way of shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation, for visitors and residents alike. Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
This special holiday program is $20 for not-yet members, $15 for members, and $10 for children.
The Atlanta History Center’s cornerstone exhibition Gatheround: Stories of Atlanta remains open. Through artifacts, ephemera, interactive media, recording booths, immersive experiences, and Meet the Past museum theatre performances, this 7,700-square-foot exhibition shares the stories of individuals of many different backgrounds and perspectives who helped create the Atlanta we know today.
Conveniently located off of I-75, the Atlanta History Center is a unique 33-acre oasis nestled among one of Atlanta’s most historic neighborhoods. Award-winning exhibitions, historic houses, enchanting gardens, interactive experiences, and a variety of year-round adult and family programs truly offer something for everyone looking to explore our region’s past. Admission tickets are all-inclusive of all History Center attractions, and guests enjoy free parking.
Veterans Park at the Atlanta History Center is dedicated to all of the men and women who have served – and continue to serve – the United States of America. The Park was designed not as a traditional veterans’ memorial, but as a unique gathering place encouraging reflection, personal connections to veterans, and a celebration of the lives of those who have sacrificed to secure our freedom.
Come one, come all! The Atlanta Fair opens its gates on Friday, March 6 – Sunday, April 12 for fun-seekers of all ages! Atlanta residents and visitors in search of thrilling adventure, lively entertainment and mouthwatering fair food are encouraged to join the festivities with family and friends at one of the city’s most anticipated spring events.
The 2020 Atlanta Fair boasts a number of exhilarating rides and interactive games. Alien Abduction is back for an out-of-this-world experience, along with classic fair favorites such as the Towering Ferris Wheel and a variety of children’s rides and games. Fair food lovers are invited to indulge in all-time fair classics, like fluffy cotton candy, candy apples, funnel cakes and more!
Friday, March 6 – Sunday, April 12
Monday – Thursday: 5pm – 11 pm
Friday – 5pm – Midnight
Saturday Matinee: 1-5 pm
Saturday Evening: 5pm -Midnight
Turner Field – Grey Lot
655 Central Ave SW
Atlanta, GA 30315
Guests may purchase tickets online or at the gate. For online admission, visit
Fair Entrance Fees:
Opening Night Special: $1 admission for all
Every day (except opening night): $2 for guests under 42”
Monday & Thursday: $3 for guests 42” and taller
Tuesday ($2 Tuesdays): $2 admission for all
Wednesday (Whacky Wednesdays): Free admission for all
Saturday Matinee (1-5 p.m.) and Sunday: $5 for guests 42” and taller
Saturday Evening (5pm-Close): $8 for guests 42” and taller
Sunday: (1pm-Close) Admission $2 for guests under 42” and $5 42” & taller
Midway Ride Tickets:
Individual tickets: $1.25 each
Bundle tickets: 25 tickets for $25
‘Unlimited Ride Armband’ Fees are as follows:
Monday, Thursday, Friday: $25
Tuesday $2 Tuesdays (ride any ride $2 ea): NO ARMBANDS on Tuesday
Wednesday (Whacky Wednesdays): $25 Buy One Get One Free
Saturday and Sunday Daytime: $28.95
Saturday After 8 p.m. and Sunday After 7 p.m. (Twilight Special): $25
*Unlimited Ride Armbands are only valid on the day they are purchased.
Parental Escort Policy in Effect
Children under the age of 16-years-old must be accompanied by an adult 21 years or older on Friday and Saturday evenings. One adult may escort up to four youth. All guests must be able to present a valid Georgia or government issued photo ID.
About Atlanta Fair
Since its inception in 1980, the Atlanta Fair at Turner Field has brought the thrills, excitement and sounds of the Midway to Georgia residents. What was once only the dream of three carnival-loving brothers from Southeastern Kentucky has blossomed into one of the largest in-town fairs in the Southeast United States.
Check out their Children’s Classes and Workshops, Cooking and Crafts, After School Explorer and more!
Preserve Hours: Mon-Sun, 8a-Dusk
Visitor Center Hours: Tue-Sat, 10a-4p, Sun, 12p-4p & Mon closed
March 14 Superhero Science Night 6:30-8:30pm: Calling all superheroes! Grab your super-suits and come to the Museum to learn how to save the world with the power of STEM!
Up, up and away! Little ones are welcome to soar to Children’s Museum of Atlanta and discover the magical powers behind learning at Superhero Science Night on Saturday, March 14 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Kids and parents are encouraged to dress up as their favorite superhero as they save the world using the functions of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The action-packed night will feature a number of hands-on activities, such as learning how The Human Torch produces combustion, testing Cat-Woman-like reflexes with a fulcrum, growing a Baby Groot and more! At the end of the night, Professor Labcoat will perform a special weather-themed Spectacular Science Show finale, which is sure to create a storm of fun!
Attendees can also look forward to a robotics demonstration from the gifted Oak Grove Elementary GroveBots. The Museum will also have volunteers from T.E.E.M.S. AmeriCorps members at Georgia State, Novelis and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Superhero Science Night at Children’s Museum of Atlanta
Families are invited to blast off into the wonderful world of science
Saturday, March 14
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for members / $20 for non-members and must be purchased in advance. Tickets will not be sold at the door. For tickets, visit tinyurl.com/SuperheroScienceNight20 or call 404-420-5910. *Prices increase March 9*
Tickets are now on sale for Superhero Science Night, happening Saturday evening, March 14. Tickets are $10 for members, $20 for non-members, and must be purchased in advance. Prices increase March 9. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
Turtle Power through May 10 After more than three decades of battling evil and exemplifying teamwork, the beloved Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TMNT) will appear in an exhibit for children and families to enjoy at Children’s Museum of Atlanta. The four funny “heroes in a half shell” will share life lessons and team-building skills with their crime-fighting tactics in Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles™: Secrets of the Sewer™.
In the exhibit, families will be transported to the underground home of the crime-fighting heroes to see what really happens in their secret hideaway. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles brothers Leonardo (the tactical, courageous leader in blue), Michelangelo (the free-spirited jokester in orange), Raphael (the aggressive tough guy in red) and Donatello (the scientist and technological genius in purple) invite families to their New York City sewer lair to train together and learn about the Turtles’ comedic, skillful strategies.
The Turtles are known and respected for their teamwork. As the TMNT’s sensei and adoptive father Splinter often tells them, “Together there is nothing you cannot accomplish.” Through team-building challenges, collaborative games and mind-teasing puzzles, families and friends will learn skills to help them successfully work together. A few examples include:
• Building a “bridge” together and thinking creatively as a team to overcome challenges.
• Working together to fling pizza disks at arcade style targets using a ninja-powered pizza shooter.
• Planning ahead and using patience to navigate the rope maze.
• Practicing ninja speed while playing a dexterity-based reaction time game.
• Creating a sewer pipe together and seeing where it goes.
Largest gold mine east of the Mississippi. Travel 200 feet underground and hear tales of miner’s struggles to uncover gold deep within large quartz veins. Your tour guide welcomes interaction from the group as you experience life as a miner at the turn-of-the-century. They also offer gemstone mining – find colorful gems in every bucket!
Come and play at Dave & Buster’s newest location in Alpharetta ~ the one and only place you can enjoy great food and play hundreds of awesome arcade games! The restaurant’s mouth-watering, chef-crafted menu and beverage items, combined with the latest games and attractions provide the perfect setting for kids parties, corporate and group events. Guests can play more than 150 of the latest games including the Walking Dead, Tailgate Toss and Justice League!
OUR SENSES: AN IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE: Riveting New Exhibit Includes Interactive Experiences that Reveal
How our Brains Make Sense of the World
In the highly experiential exhibition Our Senses: An Immersive Experience,Fernbank Museum presents a series of funhouse-like experiences that dare visitors to rely on their senses—and then reveal how and why what they perceive may not actually be what’s happening. Inspired by extraordinary diversity of sensory “super powers,” Our Senses invites children and adults alike to play with color, patterns, sounds, scents and textures to explore the science of our senses from through May 3, 2020.
Visitors can experience interactive spaces designed to test perceptions and illuminate the complex relationships between sensing and perceiving. Guests are presented with an intriguing proposition that the five senses we most commonly know are not the full story; human sensory perceptions may seem like windows into the outside world, but actual perceptions are created in the brain. Every sight, sound, smell, taste and touch is detected by specialized sense systems that send signals to the brain. The brain then decodes signals into perceptions through detecting, selecting, correcting and balancing to influence the experience of “reality.” Not to be outdone, our inner senses, like hunger, thirst and tiredness, detect what our bodies need and team up with our outer senses, like vision, hearing and smell, to find things in the world that our bodies need to stay alive.
Throughout the exhibit, guests can put their senses to the test as they encounter challenges, interactions and technologies that help “make sense of their senses” while revealing the secret sights, sounds and smells that only other species know.
Interactive experiences include:
- Shine a white light on colorful decorated walls to reveal hidden images that show how different the world can appear when illuminated in white, blue, green, or red.
- Analyze an audio collage to track individual sounds, such as an individual instrument within an orchestra.
- Explore a garden through the eyes of a bee or a butterfly, where flowers appear like enormous targets, with ultraviolet marks that identify a meal.
- Use an infrared viewer to hunt like a snake using heat to detect prey.
- Dial into animal sounds normally outside the range of human hearing—including the calls of a whale, elephant, mouse and bat.
- See with your brain as you experience how you are able to interpret incomplete or inconclusive imagery.
- Discover what happens when your senses disagree in a balancing test, where your feet feel a flat floor but youreyes see curves, dips and ripples.
- Get hands-on in a touch zone that engages multiple types of nerve endings to feel different patterns, temperatures and textures.
- Sniff out fragrance notes to identify individual scents in a symphony of smells.
- Test a computer’s learning abilities by arranging puzzle-like pieces to create pictures then challenge the computer to get better at guessing what they are.
- Participate in a live show that explores why humans have senses and what’s unique about human perception (show times are limited and will be posted in exhibit)
Our Senses is organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (amnh.org).Our Senses: An Immersive Experience is on view at Fernbank from Feb. 8-May 3, 2020. Tickets are included with general museum admission: $20 for adults, $19 for seniors, $18 for children ages 3-12 (no charge for ages 2 and under), and free for Fernbank members.
New Giant Screen Film, Narrated by Claire Danes, Brings Amazing True Wildlife Comeback Stories to Life in 3D at Fernbank’s Giant Screen Theater
BACK FROM THE BRINK: SAVED FROM EXTINCTION, a stunning new 3D Giant Screen film adventure narrated by Claire Danes, captures remarkable comeback stories of endangered species from around the world—which are rebounding thanks to human efforts to save them.
Filmed on location in three unique regions around the globe, BACK FROM THE BRINK 3D uses the immersive giant screen format to plunge audiences into a wild world of breathtaking natural beauty and captivating wildlife behavior. Through a spectacular 3D experience, the film brings to life the amazing true story of three animal species whose numbers recently dwindled to near extinction, but were rescued from the brink, including California’s enchanting Channel Island Fox, China’s fabled Golden Monkey, and the wondrous migrating giant Red Crabs of Christmas Island, off the coast of Australia. The film also introduces people around the world—scientists, researchers, park rangers and students—who are working passionately to preserve these endangered species.
CHANNEL ISLAND FOX
Audiences discover how California’s enchanting Channel Island Fox has been rescued from an invasion of predatory Golden Eagles. In the fastest recovery of a species in the history of animal conservation, scientists helped solve the mystery of the fox population’s severely diminishing numbers and devised and executed an ingenious plan to save them—which included returning an iconic raptor, the American Bald Eagle—to the island to restore the ecology’s balance. Fox numbers have since rebounded from less than 100 into the thousands, allowing them to be removed from The Endangered Species List.
In the fabled mountains of China’s Yunnan Province, the film follows one of the world’s most endangered primates, the Golden Monkey—a creature so elusive it had never been photographed until the 1970s. Hunted nearly to extinction, this mythical society of primates was on the verge of collapse, numbering about 1500, when the efforts of one intrepid researcher changed everything. The revelations convinced the Chinese government to turn the region into one of the country’s first nature preserves. Now, the one-time hunters are becoming park rangers and are the biggest champions and protectors of the monkeys. In just a few decades, the population has gone from near extinction to more than 3,000.
CHRISTMAS ISLAND RED CRABS
Audiences can also witness the wondrous migration of the Red Crabs of Christmas Island and marvel at their recovery from a Crazy Yellow Ant infestation in one of the most successful bio-control experiments ever undertaken. The intruder ants arrived as a few stowaways on cargo ships—but swarmed into an invasion horde numbering several billion, which became a super colony that threatened the entire web of life on the island—especially the red crabs. In a daring experiment, Malaysian micro-wasps were imported and hoisted into the treetop canopy on makeshift elevators to counter balance the ant infestation. Dazzling giant screen filmmaking vividly captures the insect warfare being played out on a grand scale, as well as the red crab hatchlings emerging by the millions.
Ultimately, the film aims to engage and inspire audiences to take action and connect with nature. BACK FROM THE BRINK 3D shows that positive change is possible. Problems created by humans can be solved by humans.
Hidden Pacific features the histories, science and human stories of Palmyra, Midway and Rose Atoll—from the WWII Pacific Theater to their present environmental recovery and ecological research initiatives. Joining a team of scientists, conservationists and volunteers on a mission to explore and preserve a rarely seen ocean wilderness, the film highlights the critical role that these marine monuments play in the face of environmental threats such as climate change, global warming, rising sea levels, ocean acidification, overfishing and pollution.
Audiences will journey to the far reaches of the Pacific Ocean, where blue-green islands, atolls and corals reefs are thriving, largely untouched by humans and currently protected as marine national monuments. Hidden Pacific features never-before-seen footage of these remarkable places, sharing the splendor of such pristine environments and their important role in safeguarding our planet. As audiences embark on a journey beyond the horizon, they’ll encounter several iconic animals, such as dolphins, fish, sharks, crabs and whales, as well as a variety of protected species, including the Laysan albatross, green sea turtle, Hawaiian monk seal, blacktip reef shark, humphead wrasse, giant clam and more.
Hidden Pacific will show daily at Fernbank’s 3D Theater from February 14-June 25, 2020. Tickets are $13 for adults, $12 for seniors, $11 for children ages 3-12 and $8 for members. Combination tickets, which also include admission to all museum exhibits and 75 acres of nature adventures, are the best value at $23-$27. Tickets are available online at FernbankMuseum.org.
Fernbank is located at 767 Clifton Road NE in Atlanta with free parking.
March 20 7pm – 10pm: Dig out your denim, put on your kicks and grab your bling – it’s time to chill with the sharks! If you’re looking for a wicked good time, grab your crew and roll out to Sips Under the Sea on Friday, March 20th as we bring it back to the 2000’s. Experience the magic of the Aquarium while enjoying throwback jams, sweet cocktails and delicious dining options – all without kids! Don’t forget to wear your 2000’s inspired outfit!
Sips Under the Sea is a super cool cocktail party designed for adults ages 21 and over to enjoy Georgia Aquarium after hours. Say peace out to the kids and chillax all night long. You’ll have the entire Aquarium to yourself while enjoying cocktails at full-service bars, a live DJ and access to all five of the Aquarium’s galleries.
Ways to Save:
11am – 4pm – Buy Online and Save: When you purchase your General Admission tickets online in advance, you’ll save over 10% off our walk-up pricing. Click here to purchase.
After 4pm – Imagination Nights: Enjoy Georgia Aquarium by night at a special ticket price! Visit the Aquarium after 4pm every day of the week to save over 30% off full priced admission. You’ll enjoy full access to the entire Aquarium! Restrictions apply.
Toddler Time: 10-11:30 a.m. on select dates
Event Fee: Each adult and child must have a paid ticket to attend. Cost does not include Aquarium Admission.
$16 ($8 per person) – Member
$20 ($10 per person) – Non-Member
Every Second Sunday of the Month enjoy FREE admission from 12 –5pm for all visitors. Enjoy special family-friendly programming from 1-4pm.
Every Thursday from 4-8 pm enjoy 1/2 priced admission. Toddler Thursdays: Bring your tot Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a new way of looking at the High’s collection through letters, numbers, colors, and shapes.No registration required. Free with museum admission. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Weekend Family Tours on Saturdays and Sundays at 2 pm. The High Museum of Art is part of the Woodruff Arts Center.
First Saturday of Each Month between 9 a.m. – 12:00 pm. FREE hands-on workshops designed for children ages 5 – 12 at all Home Depot stores. Workshops teach children do-it-yourself skills, tool safety and instill a sense of pride and accomplishment. All kids get to keep their craft and receive a FREE Kids Workshop Apron, commemorative pin and certificate of achievement.
2020 is the year of awesome at LEGOLAND Discovery Center! To celebrate the newest events and share the excitement, the attraction is offering Ultimate Annual Passes at $39.95.
Save over $35 per Ultimate Annual Pass during the limited-time sale now through March 6 – it pays for itself in less than two visits. Families will get unlimited access to five BRICKTASTIC events year-round including new exhibits such as LEGO® Trolls World Tour, Pirates Ahoy! and DC Superheroes vs. Super Villains, plus the popular Brick-or-Treat and Bricktacular holiday events. Annual Pass holders also receive special discounts on friends and family tickets, LEGO® store items and more at the ultimate indoor LEGO® playground.
Ultimate Annual Pass Members Benefits:
- Unlimited admission for 12 months
- FREE activity pack and lanyard per pass
- 50% off admission for friends and family that visit with membership holder
- 20% off in the LEGO® Café
- 10% off select items in the LEGO® Store
- 10% off birthday parties
- 3 free child tickets
LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta invites little LEGO® lovers ages 5 and under to experience educational activities during Little Playtimes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Starting at 11 a.m., parents and their toddlers can join Playmakers in DUPLO Village for story time followed by a discussion and themed build. At 2 p.m., toddlers can identify colors and use motor skills to create shapes during a 45-minute Rainbow Build activity.
The family friendly attraction offers discounted entry for both parents and children. Following Little Playtimes, mini builders can explore play areas, rides and more during normal operation hours after each session. Tickets for Little Playtimes are $14.95 per person – a savings of $10 off regular admission. The attraction treats parents to a FREE regular tall Starbucks coffee with admission ticket.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
11 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Children ages 2 and under are free. Pre-booking tickets online is recommended for guaranteed entrance by visiting atlanta.legolanddiscoverycenter.com.
Click HERE for AMO’s article on local library events that are FREE. Events range from infant to teenagers and adult!
Free Kids Clinics offered 1-2x per month on Saturdays year round from 10 a.m. – 11:00 a.m
- Polar Plunge (February 29) – Join in and #bethechange for mental health education and awareness, as people of all ages gather for a voluntary jump into the freezing water of Lake Lanier. Sponsored by Navigate Hope, all donations from the event will help train, education and empower community members as we can the view on mental health.
- Party in Paradise (March 7) – To kick off Spring, Margaritaville at Lanier Islands is hosting Party in Paradise from 6-9pm, featuring a foam party, live entertainment and a Low Country Boil! LandShark Bar & Grill will also be serving ½ off appetizers, $15.99 beer buckets and $5.99 margaritas.
- St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) – $5.99 margaritas at LandShark Bar & Grill
Medieval Times is a thrilling, family-friendly dinner attraction inspired by an 11th-century feast and tournament. Guests are served a four-course banquet and cheer for one of six Knights competing in the joust and other tests of skill. See AMO’s post here with more detail on this fun entertainment for the family.
SRM has about 90 different cars, including Pullman cars, classic steam locomotives, and antique diesel-electric trains. Ride in restored cabooses and learn about the famous trains that made history! Special admission price of $7 and free train rides for home-schooled kids and their families! Learn about the building of the Transcontinental Railroad through arts and crafts, special exhibits, and scavenger hunts. 3595 Buford Hwy Duluth
Southern Museum offers a Mommy & ME preschool program every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 am. Designed for preschool age children ages three to five-years-old and their caregivers, the Museum’s history, themes and exhibits provide a fun and exciting starting point for educational activities. Free with museum admission. No reservations required.
The Southern Museum, in association with the Smithsonian Institution, is a premier metro Atlanta museum, featuring exhibits on Civil War and locomotive history. The Southern Museum is home to the General locomotive, stolen during the Civil War’s Great Locomotive Chase; a reproduction of the locomotive assembly line from the Glover Machine Works; weapons, uniforms and every day items of Civil War soldiers; and the Jolley Education Center that features train history, hands-on activities for children and Georgia’s French Gratitude Train. Kennesaw
Are you looking for something adventurous AND nature-oriented? Treetop Quest is an aerial adventure park which means ziplines and obstacles in the trees! 2 locations in Gwinnett and Dunwoody. Great family fun for ages 4 and up! Come swing in our trees with us!
Treetop Quest is a self-guided activity comprised of treetop obstacles and zip-lines. Our courses range in difficulty from easy to very challenging, so the entire family will have a blast! Once you are equipped, we will teach you how to operate your equipment and you will be good to swing through each course as many times as you want, for 2.5 hours (according to age limit as indicated below).
Georgia and the Atlanta area are full of hiking trails for all skill levels. See our article with suggestions for hikes and visiting waterfalls in the Atlanta area and beyond!
Yellow River Game Ranch is a popular destination to encounter, feed and pet animals. Located 2 1/2 miles east of Stone Mtn on Hwy 78, it offers a chance to meet wildlife on a close and personal basis. Stroll along a mile-long trail on 24 wooded acres and encounter white-tailed deer, bunnies, buffalo, sheep, kid goats, black bears and more!
Every Sunday from 1:00–4:00 p.m., visit the Woodruff Arts Center for FREE family activities, including art-making workshops, ASO backstage tours and more! The Woodruff Arts Center Atlanta, Georgia is one of the only arts venues in the United States to offer both visual and performing arts on a single campus. The Woodruff produces outstanding theatre, music and exhibitions for over 800,000 patrons each year.
The Woodruff Arts Center serves over 200,000 students annually and is proud to be recognized as Georgia’s largest arts educator. Whether it’s summer camps for middle school students or theatre made for the youngest audiences, families with children of all ages will be able to explore, play, learn and create art in an interactive environment.
From Sunday, March 1, to Tuesday, March 31, with the Friends and Family Four-Pack Offer, World of Coca-Cola guests can purchase up to four general admission tickets, in any combination, for $50. For four adult tickets, that’s a savings of $18 (and perfect timing for many private school and college/university spring breaks)!
- To take advantage of the 4 for $50 plus tax offer, guests should show the “Friends and Family Four-Pack” coupon (found on World of Coca-Cola’s website) on their mobile device or present a printed copy of the coupon.
- This offer can be redeemed at walk-up ticketing windows only and cannot be redeemed online.
- There is a limit of 2 offers or “four-packs” per transaction, for a maximum of 8 promo-priced tickets per transaction.
- Promotional pricing does not apply to single tickets. Regular general admission pricing applies to tickets purchased in addition to “four-packs.”
- This offer is valid for visits March 1-31, 2020 only.
- This offer is not valid with any other offers or discounts.
An integral part of downtown Atlanta’s fabric for more than 25 years, World of Coca‑Cola has welcomed guests from six continents, more than 100 countries, all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. Join over 25 million people who have visited the Atlanta attraction and experience the history of the world’s most famous beverage brand at the dynamic, multimedia home of the 132-year-old secret formula for Coca‑Cola. Get closer than ever before to the vault containing the secret recipe, view more than 1,200 historic artifacts and get a behind-the-scenes look at the bottling process. Take a trip around the world in a thrilling 4-D movie experience, take a photo with the Coca-Cola Polar Bear and tempt your taste buds with more than 100 beverages from around the globe.
World of Coca-Cola offers more than 100 drinks from around the world in its one-of-a-kind Taste It! Beverage Lounge. From delicious classics to your new favorite that you probably didn’t even know existed, you can sample and savor them all. Plus, sip on some of the latest and greatest Coke products at the lounge’s Sampling Bar.
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