A nice collection of Coke materials, bottles and advertising in an old candy and soda shop. A nice display of how the early coke was made. I just was not that impressed.
Well, I live in Vicksburg and have visited the museum several times. I took my g'daughter there and she loved it. There's a lot of history there...home of the first bottled Coca-Cola...and it's still considered America's favorite soda. When teaching, I always loved making that one of our first field trips, part of my students' hometown history. It may not... More
I've been to the Coca-Cola Museum about three times. I always visit it when I'm in Vicksburg. Walking through and looking at all the Coke artifacts make me so happy. I love seeing all of that history of America's favorite soda. It barely cost anything, only about $4 a person!
There was no air conditioning the day we were there with temperatures approaching upper 90's so it was very uncomfortable. Other than the bottling equipment there was not much to see.
This "museum" is basically several displays of pictures and ads from the past. There is a section that consists of trinkets, platters, bottles, etc. There was a setup of the equipment used to bottle Coca Cola which was interesting, but that was about the only real impressive feature of the museum. It took maybe 5 minutes to see everything. Not... More
Granted it was small but they packed a lot into each room and considering it was pretty cheap it was worth taking a quick peak at. though the gift shop had almost no relation to the memorabilia. Also the drink and ice cream sizes were small for the price.
The Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum features the history of the discovery of Coke along with the equipment first used by Joseph Biedenharn to bottle the drink for first time anywhere in the world in 1894. A variety of original Coca-Cola advertising and memorabilia is on display to follow the evolution of “The Pause that Refreshes!” Coke was first sold only at... More
Very cool to see old stuff and some history on Coke, but the museum itself was very small. It cost $3.50 a person, which isn't bad considering, but my wife and I probably went through the whole thing in 15 minutes. We then bought a coke float, which I assumed would be amazing and in old glass or something. I... More
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