Paducah, KY 42001 Built in 1939 by early Coca-Cola bottler, Luther F. Carson. This Paducah landmark has undergone an extensive rehabilitation and is a mixed use attraction. AS FEATURED IN:…
Recent recipients of the Kentucky Historical Society's prestigious History Award.
On this hour and a half tour, we visit the locations of Carson's bottling factories, the first business to which he sold a bottled Coke, and his house on Jefferson Street. You will also learn about the impacts of the 1937 flood on the city of Paducah and Carson’s Coca-Cola operation. We conclude the tour with a walking tour of Carson’s Art Deco-inspired bottling factory, now known as “The Coke Plant.”
Please arrive 10 to 15 minutes early to check in or purchase your tickets. Tours go on rain or shine, please dress for the weather. In the event of severe weather, we will contact you to reschedule. This tour is not a hop on hop off--we will be inside the trolley for the duration of the tour.
Learn more about Atomic City Tours' founder and the inspiration for their tours in A Bourbon History Tour & Taste of Paducah.