Seen the museum? Now see how the world's most recognizable brand impacted the history of Atlanta

*The tour does NOT include 'The World of Coke' which is self-guided, but can begin or end at that location*

Stops on your DTour will include:

  • Fairlie-Poplar Historic District - learn about the impact of the families who owned Coke by visiting the buildings and parks that still carry their name

  • Downtown Atlanta - see the building that housed the first company to bottle the drink for distribution

  • Inman Park - Atlanta’s first planned ‘suburb’ contains a variety of restored Victorian mansions from the late 19th century including the first two owners of the Company - the Candlers and the Woodruffs

  • Druid Hills - this neighborhood designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape designer of NYC's Central Park, includes the historic mansions of some of Atlanta’s early leading families, including the Candlers

  • Westview Cemetery and Abbey - he cemetery is the final resting place for the Candlers and the Woodruffs. The Mausoleum is the largest of its kind ever built under one roof and includes the stunning Abbey Chapel showcasing 27 stained glass panels

*The tour does NOT include 'The World of Coke' which is self-guided, but can begin or end at that location*

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