Wayanad Tea Museum
Wayanad Tea Museum
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Wayanad a hill town in the Western Ghats mountain ranges is called as the Hub of Tea Plantations. If you are a tea connoisseur and if you love Tea, the Wayanad Tea Museum is a must visit place for you. Wayanad Tea Museum by Harrisons Malayalam Limited (HML) is a 100 year old Tea factory \ converted into a Tea Museum for the tourist to experience. The Museum exhibits the history of Tea,etc..
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Justin A
2 contributions
Aug 2023 • Business
It was decent visit to the museum.
A basic understanding of the tea production we get out of this visit.
Moreover, the have Over-The-Counter Tea sales.
Written 7 September 2023
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Shria A
Bengaluru, India1 contribution
Jan 2023 • Family
If you are nearby it is a fun visit, especially for kids. Entry is 40 rupees. The tea factory is more interesting to visit but you need to take an appointment to tour it.
The tea museum closes by 6pm, it takes around 15 mins to look at all the artefacts and read the information. There is a quaint and pretty cafe on the top floor but only tea and coffee is visible.
It's not a must visit in Wayanad, especially if you are on a time constraint
Written 7 January 2023
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HJONR
London, UK17 contributions
Dec 2021 • Friends
Nice stopover enroute but not worth making a trip for. The view was nice but the coffee and tea was average. Service was ok.
Written 28 June 2022
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Prity Agrawal
Bengaluru, India151 contributions
Dec 2020 • Family
The museum is well maintained but overall there is nothing much to lose in case you have missed this. They have a tea tasting cafe but nothing else is served there and you are not supposed to eat anything there, not even energy bars or cookies.
Written 15 December 2020
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itchyfeetArizona
Arizona48 contributions
Feb 2020 • Family
The tea museum is quite small but has some good information about tea in general, as well as its history in India. What we enjoyed most was the tea tasting. It's extra on top of the museum admission but totally worth it. We were served by Vishnu, who has a big smile and explained everything to us really well. He told us about the different tea varieties and how they differ, as well as the best method of preparation. He also gave us clear instructions on how to taste the tea, and we were also amazed by the information about the role of the tea taster and what it entails to become one. We enjoyed the different teas very much and our time interacting with Vishnu. He is studying to be a tea taster too and we wish him the very best.
Written 9 February 2020
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Amar C
Mumbai, India358 contributions
Nov 2019
this can be termed a place with a bit of history. Ground and 1st floor there is a lovely museum. Marked with good exhibits and showcasing the history of tea making. a must visit for good knowledge.
Written 16 December 2019
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Abid Areacode
8 contributions
Sep 2019
It was an unexpected visit with family to tea museum, Achoor. But after the experience I think it would have a great loss if it omitted. The museum showcases the history of tea as well as some old other equipment. But the ambiance inside the 1911 built factory will kill your time in light speed. I enjoyed five tastes of tea and coffee in the cafe at top and was an awsome experience eventhough one cup costs Rs 60/- or above. Surely you will purchase some tea bag after tasting the tea! The taste and colour of different teas is amazing. Thanks God for an unexpected off of car just in front of the museum !
Written 1 October 2019
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Thank you for the appreciation. We are delighted that you had a good time.
Written 18 October 2019
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Sajeer
2 contributions
Sep 2019 • Friends
Wayanad tea museum is one and only tea museum in malabar area. This is the example of the british engineering, its made by only wood and iron bars. Hear you can learn the the different types of teas in the world and also thier benefits too. The main attraction in second floor there you can taste different types of tea grades and also a huge varieties of powder and pure essential oil you can buy in reasonable price. Overall its a must visit place in wayanad
Written 12 September 2019
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Aravind
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Jun 2019 • Friends
The tea museum will give you a soothing effect when you go inside it. Interior decorations of the museum is spectaculous and different types of antique products are so nice to see.Ultimately, they could develop a tea bar in the top floor and there you will enjoy a lot. The staffs in the museum is so amazing and they will give you good care in all the aspects. In one word i should say that this is paradise on earth.
Written 10 September 2019
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raj kumar
Chennai District, India11 contributions
Sep 2019
If you feel museums are boring and prefer to ignore this place, you are doing a major blunder. Do visit the Achoor Tea Museum to know the history behind the same. Ask for Vishnu who is very good in explaining the history behind the factory and also the history of tea. It was such a nice experience to know the history from Vishnu. Do make a visit to the tea shop where you can experience variety of tea. Worth the visit. You will never regret.
Written 6 September 2019
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