Munnar tea museum nullatanni estate – location features and entry details
Munnar tea museum, a rare type of museum in kerala
munnar is an awesome place in idukki, is commonly known as the Switzerland of kerala. the three rivers are flowing surround to munnar, the name of this place which got by the influence of this three rivers namely nallathanni, kundala and muthirambuzha which is the tributary rivers of great river periyar. the river is largest in kerala and have the more number of tributary rivers which give the more to munnar. munnar is a beautiful hill point located along with western ghats. the tea museum of munnar is officially known as tata tea museum. munnar tea plantations has a bigesst role in the production of tea in kerala.
Munnar tea museum is familiar for every one by the name kannan devan tea museum. munnar tea museum declared as a public museum and open for the visitors in 2005. it exhibits the photographs of tea machines used in plantations and the equipment used in this industry. it shows the evidence of transformation of munnar how tto a plantation town.there is also a section for displaying the story of colonial age, it presents the classical objects used by the foreigners.munnar tea museum is also known as nallathanni estate. the object placed here has to say the story of how a this city mold as rich with plenty tea plantation and development of munnar.
The munnar tea museum is open for the visiitors daily from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. the tea plantations of this area provide employment and earnings for the peoples who lived in munnar. you must watch this museum and plantations to know more about this. aluva is the nearest railway station located at a distance of 112 km and the nearest airpot at kochi about a distance of 72 km from munnar. munnar is the nearest city to here.