Munnar Tea Museum

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Munnar Tea Museum

Munnar Tea Museum or Tata Tea Museum is situated in Munnar in Idukki district that is certainly very popular because of its tea plantations.

Munnar Tea MuseumThe tea museum focuses regarding factors like the evolution as well as growth of tea plantations in this region. The Tea Museum at Munnar is started by the Tata tea in the year 2004. It lies in the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea. You can find lots of pictures, curios as well as machineries which are used from olden days displayed at this place. All these explain the evolution in the field of tea plantation. Phases in tea processing will also be understood from Munnar Tea Museum.

A few of unique display items consist of the initial tea roller called as 'Rotorvane' belonging to the year 1905, rail engine wheel of Kundale Valley Light Railway which was utilized to move both men as well as supplies from Munnar towards the hill top, 'Pelton Wheel' that was utilized to produce electricity etc. There does exist one more section where wooden bathtubs, bungalow furniture, iron ovens, magneto phone etc belonging to the olden days are preserved.

Munnar Tea Museum was started as an honor for people who did struggle so much to transform Munnar into a most important tea production centre. A sundial which belongs to the year 1913 is preserved in this tea museum. This was made by the Art Industrial School at Nazareth, Tamilnadu and is positioned on a granite block. You can find a demo room where you can taste the tea specifically produced in Munnar. You will see an amazing array of tea and also the guests here have an opportunity to taste them.

Visiting hours: 10 AM to 5 PM

Entry Fee: Adults Rs. 50/- and Children Rs. 10/-

Distance from Munnar:

Idukki: 48 Km
Ernakulam: 118 Km
Kochi: 128 Km
Kottayam: 139 Km
Thrissur: 149 Km
Kumarakom: 157 Km
Alappuzha: 172 Km
Kuttanad: 191 Km
Kollam: 260 Km
Kozhikode: 275 Km
Thiruvananthapuram: 321 Km
Kovalam: 330 Km
Wayanad: 355 Km
Kasargod: 460 Km

How to get there:

Nearest Airport: Cochin International airport (IATA: COK, ICAO: VOCI).

Nearest Railway Station: The nearest railway station is Aluva 107 km.

Road: Munnar is well connected by road network. Munnar bus station is located at a distance of 10 km.

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