by Roaming Panda
World of Coca-Cola is conveniently located next to the Georgia Aquarium in Centennial Park. The attraction isn't huge but there's still plenty to see. You can probably get through the entire thing within 2-3 hours. You'll learn about the history of Coke, see some interesting memorabilia, and get a chance to sample Coke products from around the world. There's a cheesy but fun 4-D show that comes with admission and their gift shop houses a vault of Coca-Cola treasures for the die-hard collector.
Favorite part for me would be the samples from around the world. Epcot in Disney World has a smaller version of this but World of Coca-Cola has a wider array of products from every part of the globe. Some were fantastic, but others not so much (I'm looking at you Beverly from Italy).
Pro tip: get there early when they open and don't follow the crowd. We got there right when they opened and walked in with no lines. After a brief opening presentation, you're free to roam about the facility. I would suggest starting upstairs first while everyone is still meandering about downstairs. We had the whole free-sample area to ourselves for quite a while.
If you're a Coca-Cola fan, then the World of Coca-Cola is a must see. It's the "Chocolate Factory" for Coke lovers. If you're in town and can't get enough of this carbonated nectar, worth a visit.