The World of Coca-Cola turns 25 this year, and the “Home of Happiness” is celebrating the milestone and its role in downtown Atlanta’s revitalization with a special ticket promotion, new exhibits and more.

All day Sunday, May 24, guests can buy two general admission tickets for $25 – a 20 percent savings – at walk-up ticket windows beginning at 9 a.m. The tickets will not be available online, and will only be valid for admission Sunday.   

To mark the 100th anniversary of the iconic Coca‑Cola contour bottle, Coca-Cola Design invited creative minds from around the world to recreate iconic Coca-Cola artwork from the last 100 years. he World of Coca-Cola is featuring select artwork from this project in a new exhibit in the Pop Culture gallery, Kiss the Past Hello. The exhibit will be open through May 2016.  

In additional a special exhibit in the attraction’s atrium – 100 Years of the Coca‑Cola Bottle – features more than 50 Coca‑Cola art bottles from around the world, each capturing a distinctive aspect of its home country’s culture and traditions. 

Guests who are interested in learning more about the iconic bottle can take advantage of a special offer to visit Atlanta’s High Museum’s exhibit, The Coca-Cola Bottle: An American Icon at 100. Both attractions are offering a bounce-back promotion giving anyone with a ticket to the World of Coca-Cola or High Museum $3 off general admission to the other attraction. The offer is available May 24 through June 19 at walk-up ticket windows only.

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And the celebration doesn’t end the weekend of the attraction’s anniversary. The Share a Coke experiential tour will stop by Pemberton Place on Friday, May 29, through Sunday, May 31. Fans can personalize their own mini-cans and enjoy music, entertainment and a selfie photo station. The full Share a Coke schedule can be found at

The World of Coca-Cola was established in 1990 at Underground Atlanta and moved to Pemberton Place downtown in 2007, adjacent to the Georgia Aquarium. Click here for a timeline of the attraction’s 25-year history.

“We are so proud to call Atlanta home for 25 years, create moments of happiness for millions of guests and bolster tourism in Atlanta,” said Russell Jacobs, general manager of retail and attractions, The Coca-Cola Company.

The attraction has positively impacted the tourism industry in its hometown city and state, with a $28.9 million total annual impact on Atlanta’s economy and an annual impact on Georgia’s economy of $35.8 million.

“The World of Coca-Cola is a true Atlanta icon, drawing visitors from all over the globe,” said William Pate, president and CEO, Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau. “We congratulate the World of Coca-Cola on its 25th anniversary and look forward to celebrating many more.”

More than 23 million guests from 80 countries have experienced the history of the world's most famous beverage brand at the dynamic, multimedia home of the 129-year-old secret formula for Coca‑Cola. The World of Coca-Cola also includes more than 1,200 never-before-displayed artifacts, a behind-the-scenes look at the Coca-Cola bottling process, a 4-D movie experience and the opportunity to taste more than 100 beverages from around the world before taking home a complimentary commemorative glass bottle of Coca‑Cola. Learn more at

Check out an infographic about the World of Coca-Cola and its guests from around the globe!