The Biedenharn Museum & Gardens is at 2000 Riverside Dr. The complex contains the Bible Museum, the Biedenharn Home, ELsong Gardens and Conservatory and the Coca-Cola Museum.
The nondenominational Bible Museum's collection of books includes a 1560 Geneva Bible and a 1611 King James Bible. The 1914 house, which contains china, crystal, silver and soft drink memorabilia, was built by the first bottler of Coca-Cola, Joseph Biedenharn. The Coca-Cola Museum, in a former 1910 home, features Coke memorabilia, historical items, vintage signs, a Model T Coca-Cola delivery truck and a demonstration of the original bottling process. The gardens were named after Biedenharn's daughter Emy-Lou.