Dr Pepper Museum

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Facility:Dr Pepper Museum
Description:At the Dr Pepper Museum and Free Enterprise Institute we offer home school teachers curriculum-based learning experiences in the core areas of math, science, social studies and language arts. The group tours and programs for students 9 years old and up provide opportunities to explore the creation, development, production, advertising and marketing of Dr Pepper and other soft drinks. Students create their own soft drinks and learn ways to 'grow' their new business in the CASD and AMKS programs. The Pre-K thru 8 year old students enjoy the sensory-rich Little Peppers tours. All of our exhibits are colorful and engaging. Be sure the visit the Soda Fountain and Gift Shop. Call now for bookings and special group rates.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:300 South 5th Street
Address 2:
City:Waco
State/Province:TX
Zip Code:76701
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Monday - Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 12pm to 5pm
Admission:Students/children $3.00 ::: Adults: $7.00 ::: Seniors: $5.00 ::: Special Rates for Group Tours
Telephone:(254) 757-1024 x300
Website:http://www.drpeppermuseum.com/
R E V I E W S
Laura Dawson, Co-op Member
The Dr. Pepper Museum is a fascinating look into how Dr. Pepper came to be. One of my favorite parts was getting to watch old Dr. Pepper commercials that I grew up seeing. Fun! The soda shop is a real treat. My daughter enjoyed a real Dr. Pepper where the syrup was added to the carbonated soda. We also enjoyed a Dr. Pepper ice cream float. It was a perfect way to end our visit. You can also get Dr. Pepper Jelly Bellies there. A great day is going to Cameron Park Zoo and then to the Dr. Pepper Museum and enjoy a nice cold drink or a float afterwards.
S Peterson, Co-op Member
My kids spent a fun time going through the Dr. Pepper Museum. They got to see the machines that bottled the drinks, the history of the drinks and even one of the wells that was used to get the water (it is deep).On the 2nd floor they have a play area where kids learn how to tell if money is real or not, they get to design own money also. All in all it was a lot of fun, but my best part was stopping and get some Dr. Pepper Float before we left.
B. Nash, Co-op Member
This is a fun museum. I would say it's not great for little kids, though. There is a lot of reading. Our kids liked looking at the machines and visiting the soda shop for a fountain Dr. Pepper.
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