Coffee MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 08:00 pm]
- Address: Araku - Visakhapatnam Rd, Araku, Andhra Pradesh 531149, India
- Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +91-8936249800
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Specialty Museum
Overview of Coffee Museum
This small coffee heaven is like the hidden gem of Araku. Right from the history of coffee, in India as well as the world to the process of production, everything is portrayed interestingly in this museum. Different types of coffee are available too. The museum also houses a coffee souvenir store, a craft store, a snack bar as well as an activity area. Varied activities and sport events are hosted by the museum to include not only adults, but children too. Don’t forget to try their chocolate cake and hot or cold coffee, it will be the best that you would ever have tasted.
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Coffee Museum Reviews & Ratings
You get nice filter coffee here also you can try different types. Also you can get coffee chocolate which is good. And out side the museum Small food and music stall is there nice place.
Nice place to visit for people who like coffee. Different kinds of flavored coffee powders are available here. There are also different types of chocolate bars available for sale. There is also a food court where you can get muffins and cup cakes and other stuff. There are also some fun rides available at this place. In the evening time local tribal people have performed local folk dace called dimsa dance.
As name suggests, this place gives a picture of coffee history There are pictorial representations of coffee making process right from the crop stage to the coffee mug Don't forget to taste coffee here.. personally I am not a big fan of coffee..but still it was good You can buy coffee products too here
Good place to know about the history of coffee. A bit expensive products, they have no tasters... It's all paid testing!! Kids activity area is good. Staff is not very courteous... Hospitality is poor. Behavior of staff is a bit on rude side... Souvenir shop is good with lot of products.
If you are coffee lover, then a must place to visit and taste the wonderful coffee over there. They are awesome. Museum start with how coffee was invented and modified it's preparations over the centuries. A coffee shop gives you the best coffee. Best apart, you can buy some for you and can try to get the same taste at home. Kids too enjoy the place as there is a play area.
The contact phone number provided in web site always goes to say that you check the number. I would like to contact a responsible person in coffee museum who can provide various seeds and checolates sales RegardsAnswer Report Abuse
As there is no alternative number available, I suggest you either ask the locals around for more information or visit the place and meet the concerned official in person.