75 rupees to get in, which isn't anything by Western prices but was considerably more than some much better attractions we visited in India.
Its interesting to see the mechanisms and machinery used to procss and make tea. There is something of an outlet shop, rather than 'gift shop' to pick up nice tea souvenirs. You get a small paper cup of fairly bad tea at the end of the tour. Some interesting furniture and memorabilia left over from the British involvement in this area and you certainly get a sense of how it all works.
Certianly worth a visit if you haven't been anywhere like this before, but we were a little underwhelmed.
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