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The Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum showcases the history of Coca-Cola, one of the world?s beloved beverages. It also features the equipment that was used to bottle the soda for the first time in 1894. The museum also displays a wide variety of advertisement materials for Coca-Cola, which enables visitors to understand the evolution of ?The Pause That Refreshes.?

Herman and Henry Biedenharn bottled the soda on this site and in other Vicksburg locations until 1938. The Coca-Cola plant was finally constructed. The building then was sold and used for commercial purposes until 1979, when the family repurchased the property.

Today, the Museum is a restored candy store and office area that takes its visitors to a simpler and sweeter environment as it features furnishings and displays from the 1890?s. It also offers a taste of ice cream and fountain Cokes, Coke floats, and several Coke souvenirs.
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