Timings : Tuesday - Saturday : 08:30 AM to 03:45 PM; Sunday : 08:30 AM to 03:30 PM; Closed on Monday
Entry Fee : Adult is 800 LKR; Child is 400 LKR; Guided Tour: LKR 650 per person
Among the many names given to this island country like Lanka, Lakdiva, Serendib, Sri Lanka was also named Ceylon - during British Colonialism - reminding us of the famous Ceylon tea that origins in Sri Lanka. Situated at Hantana, 3 KM away from main Kandy city, Ceylon Tea Museum was structured in 1925 as the former Hantana Tea factory. Later in 1998, this tea factory was converted into the famous Ceylon Tea Museum.
The museum showcases the history and heritage of the world-famous and finest Ceylon tea, exhibits the glory of legendary tea pioneers like James Taylor and Thomas Lipton and also has on display vintage tea-manufacturing instruments. Inside you will also find a large library and a beautifully thematic tea cafe, providing you with the best flavors without any compromise.The ambience of the museum is as raw as its brew making Ceylon Tea Museum a must visit for tea lovers and tea enthusiasts all around the globe.
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