Biedenharn Museum and Gardens
Built in 1913, the Biedenharn Museum and Gardens was the home of Joseph A. Biedenharn, the first person to devise a method to bottle Coca-Cola in 1894 (Coca-Cola was created by Josseph Pemberton in 1886). The home is now a museum and is furnished as it was when Biedenharn's daughter, Emy-Lou lived there; she passed away in 1984. The museum offers guided tours, special exhibits, children's programming, concerts and other activities. Each year, the museum receives from 25,000 to 30,000 visitors per year.
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