Posted on July 19, 2021
World Of Coca-Cola
Scrutinize Coca-Cola’s history in the over sixty thousand square foot display and find the largest array of coke memorabilia in the world. It has a large behind-the-scenes look and a tasting area at the bottling process. You will get a chance to taste over a hundred beverages from all over the world. You will need to plan on spending some quality time in the museum to catch a glimpse of a 4D show in the theater or take pictures with the famous Coca-Cola Polar Bear. The exciting adventure through Coke’s fascinating history will be fun especially for those that are visiting for the first time and with kids. They will discover the tasting rooms and the opportunity to experience several varieties of beverages they never thought existed. It is with no doubt that people visiting this museum have fun from the moment they walk in.
Michael C. Carlos Museum
You will not find any other museums in town like the outstanding Michael C.Carlos Museum established in 1919 and located at EU( Emory University). The Carlos is the oldest art museum in Atlanta. Its unique exhibition features everything from Bronze Age artifacts to Egyptian art. It has a distinctive Greek gallery and a Roman art Section with an extraordinary Emperor Tiberius portrait. The outstanding museum also houses specially-themed traveling showrooms. Don’t forget to bring your children with you because Michael C Carlos hosts storytimes for children aged 3-5 every month. There are also workshops for older kids, doctoral discussions, and film screening for adults. The Museum offers visitors a glimpse of mummies, artifacts from all over the world, paper works, and a chance to learn the history of multiple and different cultures. Children enjoy visiting this museum because their ticket comes with a scavenger hunt card which is perfect for guiding them through the ancient artifacts.
Martin Luther King, Junior Historic Site
The Martin Luther King Junior Museum honors His life and indicates love, peace, and justice. Both Martins and his wife’s remains are preserved in a cryptic on the site with an outside flame. The Freedom Hall hosts a hallway showcasing African art and showrooms paying tribute to Parks, Rosa, Kings, and Mahatma Gandhi. While visiting the Center, guests can sightsee Dr. King’s birthplace which is situated in Auburn District. There is always a park ranger on the grounds to lead visitors into the Museum. In the museum, there is a church where Martin Luther King Jr preached and a fire station where Martin played as a kid. He was a very important figure in the Civil human rights movement and the Museum was established to ensure his contributions to civil rights are not forgotten.