Tea Museum

Tea Museum, Ooty (Udhagamandalam): Address, Phone Number, Tea Museum Reviews: 4/5

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Sandip
Mumbai, India165 contributions
Exhilarating Experience !!
Dec 2020
As the name suggests, has a factory where one can get a demo of the entire Tea Making process which was quite an enriching experience. Has a narrow gallery taking one through the memory lane of the History of Tea. The demo culminates with a fresh cup of Ginger tea which was nothing but mind-boggling. One can purchase not only these Home Grown Teas in different flavors, but also purchase Chocolates and other herbal products. Entry is free. The approach from the back-side entry gate is completely in shambles and better avoided, Advised to take the main entry gate .
Written July 11, 2021
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atul
9 contributions
Excellent informative museum with live tea making process demo
Mar 2021
This tea factory is worth a visit with the tea making process being demonstrated in a proper way.They even give you tea to taste free of cost.Also they have outlets which have there products which are of high quality.Very well organised factory tour.Kudos to the management and keep up the good work.
Written March 17, 2021
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bujjamey
81 contributions
Wonderful
Mar 2020 • Family
The process of making tea is clearly displayed. They also offer chocolate, masala and normal tea. All of them are tasty and natural.
Written March 30, 2020
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hussainnajma17
Jaipur, India88 contributions
Tea Factory, Ooty
Feb 2020
You can see the complete process of making tea by different machines. They also have store in it for selling the tea products and chocolates. You can also taste the tea they provide on free of cost as an sample.
Written February 26, 2020
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Neeraj1960
Noida, India149 contributions
Good to understand
Nov 2019
Feel good to understand tea making process. They sell chocolate too of various vanities. However, they should focus more on giving good understanding to public on tea processing.
Written February 20, 2020
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Kaushik G
Mumbai, India4,068 contributions
Great learning experience
May 2019 • Friends
During our vacation in Ooty we had visited this popular Tea Factory and Museum which is located on the road to Dodabetta Peak. We had visited on a Saturday morning and the place was buzzing with tourists. Entrance tickets are priced at 10 rupees per person. The Museum section is small and highlights the history of Nilgiri tea. The Factory has different machines and we walked around checking the entire tea making process. At the end we were given free tea to sample. There is also a chocolates Factory and outlet to buy tea and chocolates.
Written January 16, 2020
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SAAGOBAA
Mumbai, India94 contributions
HOW TEA IS MADE
Aug 2019
if you want to know how tea planation is made how is brought to factory how it is crush and made powder and finally how tea is made then this is place to watch and learn it..
Written January 5, 2020
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Tammy2124
Vancouver, Canada317 contributions
Go for the tea and chocolate samples!
Dec 2019 • Couples
It is only 10 rupees to get in and you get tea and chocolate. I needed no further reason than that. The ‘tour’ is just looking through windows at some of the tea processing but the tea you sample at the end it delicious. Worth it alone. If you are going to purchase chocolate in Ooty they have some of the best quality here. Bit chaotic to purchase but worth it.
Written December 17, 2019
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ronit gaikwad
Mumbai, India1,383 contributions
Amazing place to see how tea is processed.
Dec 2019
The Tea Factory is combined into a single tour when you visit the doddabetta peak. The place is an amazing one where you get to understand everything as to how tea is made and processed right from the tea leaves.

Once you enter the factory they start a recorded explanation about the entire process of tea making right from bringing in tea leaves to their final packaging and processing as well as details about each and every step that is involved in this process. The factor is sorted into three levels i.e. ground plus 2. You start from the top floor and move down as you see and understand the tea making process.

While inside you can see the machines that are used in this process and also how and what process is done by those machines. Once you reach the ground floor you are served a glass of tea and it was simply one of the most aromatic and tasteful teas I have ever had. There is also a sales counter where you could buy the various types of teas and even other products such as eucalyptus and other types of oils.

Once you complete the tour you move onto the chocolate factory to understand the process of making homemade chocolates. The entire factory is a must-visit destination and you will surely enjoy understanding the process of tea making.
Written December 16, 2019
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theresalwaysone
Lyme Regis, UK477 contributions
interesting to see how it is produced
Nov 2019
Was rather surprised to find that tea isn't grown around the factory. The machines and production is very small in comparison with tea factories we have visited in the north of India. Rather commercial. A guide explained the process well and we tried four types of tea. An interesting visit.
Written December 13, 2019
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