Kannan Devan Tea MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: KDHP House Munnar Kerala 685612, India
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +91-4865230561
- Ticket Price: 75 INR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids
About Kannan Devan Tea Museum, Munnar
It is difficult to impossible to describe the flavour of tea. That's why all tea explanations are comparative matters. But does that mean that you can’t describe tea? No, you should in fact strive harder to describe it as people have strived for ages. Drink tea, drink lots of it. Many of us taste tea every day. Take the time to truly discover each of the flavours that meet our palette. The intricacy of flavour that comes with high quality tea approaches the complexity of a robust wine. Unravel the incredible variety of tastes, textures and aromas of your favourite teas. It is a fun way to enjoy the adventure of drinking teas that come from all over the world.
Kannan Devan Tea Museum, situated at Nullatanni estate in Munnar, is the first tea museum of its kind in the country. The museum portrays the origin and growth of century-old tea plantation. It starts from a simple tea roller to the present fully automatic tea factory of Madupatty. As you enter notice the granite sundial, made in 1913 by the Art Industrial School in Tamil Nadu. On display are several old equipment including tea roller of 1905. They have the Pelton wheel which was used in the 1920’s on exhibition as well. The CTC type tea processing machine are a proud possession in the museum. Check out the rail engine wheel unit of the Kundale Valley Light Railway that operated between Munnar and Top Station.
The museum's room features the old-time bungalow furniture, cash safe, magneto phone, wooden bathtub, iron oven that used firewood. Antique office equipment such as typewriters that was in use in the High Range is there as well. There is also a tea tasting demonstration room with a variety of teas on display. Visit the tea-manufacturing unit where you can see different steps of tea processing. To savour the taste of different teas, attend the tea tasting session inside the museum.
Run by Kanan Devan Hills Plantations now, the Tea Museum traces the evolution of the tea industry in Munnar from the 1880s.
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Kannan Devan Tea Museum Information
- They have locker and storage and bathroom facilities.
- Food is available for purchase and you are allowed to wear shoes inside.
- The museum is good for students.
- They explain the benefits of green tea.
- Very good retail outlet.
- If you go there have a cup of tea paying 5 rupees.
Kannan Devan Tea Museum Ticket Prices
- For Child INR 35
- Still camera: INR 20
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95% of people who visit Munnar include Kannan Devan Tea Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
34.49% of people start their Kannan Devan Tea Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Kannan Devan Tea Museum
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Kannan Devan Tea Museum, Munnar Reviews
Visited there with my family. AWESOME!! THERE WERE ALL KIND OF MACHINES IN WHICH TEA IS MADE AND THERE IS ALSO A DOCUMENTARY VIDEO WHICH IS SHOWN TO THE VISITORS JUST LIKE CINEMA HALL. ALSO HAD SOME TEA THERE AND ALSO SHOPPED THERE. TEA PACKS ARE FRESH AND CHEAP. ITS ALSO GOOD FOR EDUCATION PURPOSE.
They are charging huge amount for entry pass. Their is nothing interested things inside. They show a video presentation but it was also available in YouTube. They include old photographs of Munnar are informative. History students will going to like the documents and pictures. But not recommended for tourists because of huge amount of entry tickets. Inside this museum they demonstrate simple process of tea making but No samples were given. Not worth for money
They gave a good power point presentation and had my full purchase there only it's good n decent . The best is strawberries jam n black tea . Green tea was okay and they operated the machine of tea Leaf n cutting n powders and waste separation. How the dust is collected and how it's packed and how they dry it and grade of tea n Leaf. Had a good knowledge about the Munnar n how they work with the company n workers to obtain the good welfare. Really a knowledgeable place to visit.
Only if you are really interested in knowing the history of tea, then Tea Museum is the right place for you. Disappointed to learn that entry is Rs.125/- per person. It shows a documentary. One can get printed his/her picture on coffee mug. It has got ample parking. It has got a stall to sell few eating items. Free restrooms are made available. Have a good visit.
Very informative, definitely recommend. Do take the tour of the factory which starts from 1st floor. A certain gentleman gave a detail insight of teas and lot of info on green and black tea, including the correct way to make them. Attached pics of the same
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