Tea Museum, Munnar
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Tea lovers should not miss a visit to Tea Museum, which offers a chance to immerse yourself in the world of the hugely popular beverage. Established in 2005, the museum forms part of the Kanan Devan plantations that have been operating in Munnar since the 1880s. Learn about the making of tea and experience firsthand the production process and its various techniques. View antique equipment, taste several tea varieties, or purchase some to take back home. With our custom trip planner, Munnar attractions like Tea Museum can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Its a woth place to visit in munnar,its first tea factory in india,there's a demonstration of 30 mins video and later whole tea making process will be shown,its a place where we know all about tea and... read more »
Ce musée est parait il le seul musée du thé de l'Inde. Il mérite à ce titre une visite mais ne vous attendez pas à faire de grandes découvertes. Quelques photos et meubles de l'époque coloniale sans i... read more »This museum is seems he the only Museum of the India tea. It deserves such a visit but do not expect to make major discoveries. Some pictures and furniture of the colonial era without interest, some machines that allow to understand the progression of the plantation to the cup of tea, explanations in broken English on how to make a good tea and whose objective is to sell a plastic bottle Chinese intended to infuse green tea and promote the Teas for sale on the plantation. If you like green tea, tea sold here is very good but you will find in Munnar of excellent green teas other plantations just as good and much cheaper.show original
Tea Museum, Munnar is the place to be seen by one & all of all ages & interests as it shows a Video of around 30 mins. depicting the history of Munnar & its origin. They also have a Tea Factory showin... read more »
The staff were very keen to answer all questions and show us whatever we wanted to see. The presentation was quick and informative thanks to the speaker. There are loads of items and photos that give a lot of information about the history of tea cultivation and the nearby areas. You need to spend quite a bit of time if you're going to go through all of it. Nice place worth visiting.
A must to visit place. Its run by TATA/Kannan Devan Plantations. They wrote the history of munnar with British empire. The 30 minutes documentary presented here shown the history of Munnar. Rare historical artifacts related to Munnar is preserved here. But don't trust 100% the guy who conducts a session about tea there,anyhow his session is very informative. Have a good time
The museum apart from showing a documentary and old photographs associated with tea plantation, also has a working demonstration of making of tea as we know it starting right from processing of green tea leaves after they are plucked. There is an entry fee of Rs. 95 per person. Inside one can also choose from a variety of tea for buying. one of the must see points in Munnar.
Good 30 min documentary about the companies running the plantations. Not enough about how the tea is produced. The items showed in the museum itself have not much interest. The factory could be nice if the guide explaining the process could speak an understandable english... the price is anyway too much (95 rs + 5 for a tiny cup of tea). The main problem is you still have to go there if you wanna learn a bit more about the tea after admiring those wonderful landscapes of tea gardens...
Should watch the 30 minute documentary film! and you will be convinced to drink green tea everyday after you visit this place.
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