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This museum is on the road to Dodabeta Peak. Very steep climb. The cab drivers have a keen interest that you visit the Tea Museum. You are supposed to move with the crowd watching posters etc, that is the museum part. You have to climb...More
It's a good place to watch how tea is made for tea lovers. Tea they serve for taste and sell is different in taste. Don't buy tea from the factory outlet. It's not so good as we think and costly also from the market. They...More
This museum gives us interesting facts regarding the procedure involved in making tea powders of different varieties. No entrance fee to view this museum. There were small shops in the premises where niligiri oils, chocolate chips and many herbal products were sold.
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Tea museum & factory was a pretty interesting place to visit!
Tours were for 5-8 person, and the guide spoke really good english, with only a little accent. He explained simply, but complitely about different types of tea, aboyt teabushes and the working process!
As my last review about the Dodabetta peak which was awesome, on the way downhill from this peak, we visited the the tea museum and factory. This is a fine experience for people to know how tea is made. We could also get some soveriengns...More
This is probably the highest altitude tea factory in the country if not world! It has a museum too which is mostly the history associated with tea and its origin. Tea apparently Has a lots of interesting story to share. Good to know about it’s...More
Better plan a visit early in the day. If genuinely interested in the processes, it will take about an hour for completing the visit. Further, thre are outlets selling various types of tea products, which could interest you.