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Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

Really enjoyed our visit to the tea museum.. we were shown a documentary of the introduction of first tea growing by the Britishers in the Munaar area and different varieties now being grown and the tea tasting.. also an outlet to buy tea and spices grown locally..

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Reviewed 1 April 2018

Kannan Devan Tea Museum is a must see place in Munnar. The audio-visual show is very helpful to understand the history of Munnar hills. The process of tea making in the south is seen in here. The demonstration is lengthy. The shop inside has the reasonable price.

Thank SauravNag
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Reviewed 29 March 2018 via mobile

Good informative visit, sample production can be seen. Entry fee 100 rs. Many variety of tea is available for purchase.

Thank Santosh M
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Reviewed 26 March 2018

It has documentary on the history of the tea estate. Also there is a large area with machinery depicting production of tea from the fresh leaves.
The museum shop has different tea types and flavours to buy from with other small souvenirs.
A fairly ok experience, but felt the ticket pricing of 125 Rs was slightly more per person.
would have loved to visit tea gardens instead.

Thank chhaix
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Reviewed 21 March 2018

The Tea Museum is well worth a visit when you are in the area. There is a 30 minute documentary about the history of the surrounding plantation, which was interesting, and a mini tea factory set up inside to demonstrate the whole process, from picking to drinking. We opted for a tea tasting for an additional 120 RUP per person, and I would recommend this as it really helped to understand the various processes in creating different teas. You would need approx..1.5-2 hours for a visit including tea tasting.

Thank Vicki B
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