Located along the Oucahita River and north of downtown Monroe, the Biedenharn Museum and Garden is must-see historical attraction and a staple of northern Louisiana. The museum, constructed in 1913, was originally the home of Joseph Biedenharn – otherwise known as the first bottler of Coca-Cola.
On-site attractions include the ELsong Garden, featuring a variety of flowering plants, a conservatory, and the Wagnerian Fountain. Too, guests won't want to miss the Coke Museum chock-full of Coca-Cola memorabilia, a Model T delivery truck, and an original Coca-Cola five cent vending machine.
Biedenharn Museum and Gardens
2000 Riverside Drive
Monroe, Louisiana 71201