The tea plantations played a major role in attracting tourists in Kerala. It has played an essential part in the history of Munnar in Kerala. And, Tata Tea well-established a Tea Museum in the year 2005 which has photographs and machineries, which showcases the journey of tea in Kerala. The museum set up at the Nallathanni Estate of Tata Tea which establishes that the estate of those who created hard to protect the tea plantations existed this long is seen publicly.
... One can also discover the history and advancement of the estates of tea there. We get to witness the development from the ancient tea roller to the modernized fully-automated industries of tea. Various phases of the processing of making can be seen, including the making of black tea. One can also witness a sundial, fixed on a granite block, which was made by the Art Industrial School at Nazareth, Tamil Nadu in the year 1913. It has other tourist attractions like the 'Pelton Wheel' recycled in the power generation plant during the year 1920, tea roller, and a rail engine wheel of the Kundale Valley Light Railway.
A tea tasting demonstration room is another major attraction in TATA Tea Museum in Kerala where one can come across different range of tea. One can also taste some of the most bizarre varieties of tea available around the world here. It has now become a must-visit tourist attraction for those who wish to dig into the soul of Munnar.
Q. What Tata Tea Museum is famous for?
Ans. TATA Tea Museum is famous for tea plantation, history, and advancement of the estates of tea there.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Tata Tea Museum?
Ans. Pothamedu View Point, Eravikulam National Park, Atukkad Waterfalls, Kundala Dam & Lake, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Chinnakanal Waterfalls, Lock Heart Gap, Mattupetty Dam, Meesapulimal, and Anamudi Park.
Q. How to Reach Tata Tea Museum?