Tea Trail at the Ceylon Tea MuseumLocated in an old, abandoned tea factory, this museum resurrected by the Sri Lanka tea board tells you all there is to know about the popular Ceylon Tea.
The Ceylon Tea Museum stores the best tea leaves and showcases the history of tea making in Sri Lanka. Did you know that most of the popular tea companies actually import their tea leaves from Sri Lanka? Well, Sri Lanka is definitely a place where you can buy some exquisite variety of tea from the source itself. The Ceylon Tea Museum is a testament to the first crops of the different varieties of tea that are grown in Sri Lanka by British officials. The museum is open from 8.30am to 3.45pm from Monday to Saturday, and from 8.30am to 3pm on Sundays.
The best tea in the world is actually made in Sri Lanka. Check out the tea-making process at the Ceylon Tea Museum!