As a kid growing up in Atlanta in the early 90s, you could hardly get through a school year without taking a tour of the epic World of Coca-Cola Museum.
I was six the first time I was dragged there against my will by visiting relatives, and I've always wanted to return as an adult.
Since then, the museum has been entirely rebuilt and moved a few blocks away into the heart of the city's Centennial Olympic Park.
It's huge and attracts more than a million visitors each year, according to Seen Magazine.
I had the chance to check it out last month, and I can safely say it's worth a visit if you're passing through.
The new World of Coca-Cola museum has only been around for about five years. It's located in the heart of Atlanta, at Pemberton Place––just steps from CNN World Headquarters.
It's also just a stone's throw away from the massive Georgia Aquarium.
The line for tickets was packed when we visited on a Friday afternoon.
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