At Biedenharn Museum & Gardens, you’ll find many plants and flowers to occupy your time. There are over a thousand species of tropical, woody, and shrub plants that make up the lush gardens.
Never Gone Historic Artifacts
This 1750 Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum, is an excellent stop for Coke collectors and history buffs alike. Located in the former home of bottler Jacob Biedenharn, this private museum is home to a collection of antiques and artifacts, including one of the finest collections of pre-1900 Coca-Cola memorabilia in the country. The Biedenharn Home, built by Jacob’s father Louis in 1892, is now a National Historic Landmark that’s open to visitors seven days a week.
A Biblical Statue Tour
A Double in way landing to the beautiful ELSong gardens in a historic plantation home across from the Mississippi River. It has an English brick wall and over an acre of terraces, fountains, and statues throughout French iron grillwork. It has extensive collections of historically significant Russian Icons.
In addition, it brings in a collection of Bibles that includes rare first editions such as the Gutenberg Bible. There are a lot of interesting things you can learn from reading a history book. One of which is that the first Coca-Cola in the world was bottled in Monroe!
Humorous Book Insights
Book lovers unite — there’s so much to do here, you’ll want to spend a whole day. If you’re planning a trip to Nashville, be sure to include the Biedenharn Coca-Cola Museum on your list of things to do. The museum is named after Biedenharn’s son, Jack, who was the original proprietor of the museum. Today, Jack’s grandson Roger and his family manage the complex and continue the rich Biedenharn tradition.
Besides the cool statues, fountains, and general grandeur, what you need to see is the original Coca-Cola fountain. Sure, they’ve got one on the tour, but you can’t touch it. Also in this building as an exhibit is one of Thomas Edison’s original light bulbs (yes, they use electricity here). Lots to see and do!
Solace Stay at Nearest Suite
As you get to the end of the Museum Tour, The Hampton Inn & Suites Monroe, LA provides luxury rest at the Monroe, in a convenient area. Maybe you are a business or a freeway traveler, it accompanies all. Start your day right with Hampton’s complimentary breakfast with tea and coffee throughout the day. Make the most of your vacation time with a coffee mug, an energizing workout in the modern fitness center, or enjoy a relaxing swim in the indoor pool. To hold a better touch of our space visit https://hamptonmonroe.com/