“Where Coke was first bottled in 1894”
The Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum features the history of one of the Nation's beloved beverages, along with equipment of the type that Joseph Biedenharn used to bottle Coke for the first time anywhere in the world in 1894. A wide variety of original Coca-Cola advertising and memorabilia is on display to allow the visitor to follow the evolution of “The Pause That Refreshes!” The restored candy store and office area will take you back to a simpler, sweeter time with furnishings and displays from the 1890s. We offer our visitors ice cream, fountain Cokes, Coke floats and a wide selection of Coke souvenirs.
This was one of my husband and I's favorite stops! It was really cool to see and learn the history of coke! And I think it only cost like $3-$5 each for us to get in!
This was fun to learn about Coke. Nice stores around it also. And it's on the river so you can check that out too.
Lots of old coke stuff. It's pretty interesting, but kind of a short trip. Good ice cream!
I WANNA GO!!!!!
Last tour was supposed to be 20 minutes before 1700. I busted my butt to get there on time, only to be told there were closed. So much for calling ahead...
The store was cute and, as I stated earlier, we were not allowed to go on the tour. It looked interesting and I’m sure there are some great stories to the origin of Coca-Cola; just get there an hour before closing.
Traveling from WY to FL...
Cute little stop, but the River murals and train depot were more interesting to our 7,9 and 11 year olds.
Really cute place. I didn't do the tour but I had a coke float.
Cool little visit of a iconic CocaCola place ! Drink the Cola with real sugar! That so taste as a childhood memory !
Cute store with Coke floats. The kids enjoyed it and the staff was friendly.
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Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum
- Mon - Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sat: 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm
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