The visitor to this exhibit samples five of the most spectacular places in the world, from an Alpine peak to a tropical forest - complete with sights, sounds, climate and aromas. The scenes are created in an elliptical building two stories high enclosing a large court. In the center of the court is The Coca-Cola Tower, a three-sides 120-foot spire containing the world's largest carillon, with 610 bells. It strikes the hours at the Fair and is played in concerts by famous carillonneurs. Among the other attractions are a special amateur radio center and a USO lounge and information center for servicemen.
While perhaps not as well remembered as it's rival, Pepsi-Cola, the Coke pavilion was a good spot to meet at the Fair, as the tower was visible for quite a distance. (CD #20 Set 105 #8)
"World of Refreshment". During a 15-minute stroll, visitors pass through the following re-creations of exotic places:
Guests walked through a variety of international settings, including a ship, rain forest and this hotel lobby. All of these were intended to show how Coca-Cola products were available all around the world. (CD #15 Set 73 #6)
Before leaving the pavilion the tour passed through a display of bottles and packages from each of the countries where Coke products were sold. (CD #17 Set 86 #4)
This impressive keyboard was the control system for the pavilion's 610-bell carillon, which was listed as the world's largest. After the Fair ended it was moved to Stone Mountain Park in Georgia. (CD #TBD Set 325 #11)