China National Tea Museum
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National Tea Museum Pictures
China National Tea Museum is the only one in the country with the tea theme. It has no external walls but is enclosed by vegetation giving the unique impression that the halls and the tea plants inside depend upon each other. Additionally, one hundred distinctive Chinese characters relating to tea are enchased in the road to add color to your trip.
China National Tea Museum is comprised of four groups of buildings which display the history and development of tea in China. The exhibition building is divided into six halls to show the history of growing and processing of tea. They are the Hall of Tea History, the Kaleidoscope Hall, the Hall of Tea Properties, the Tea-friendship Hall, the Tea Sets Hall, and the Tea Customs Hall. Here, different halls illuminate different aspects of tea and its culture in the long history. The Tea Customs Hall is recommended. Here visitors can discover the great impact of tea on the lives of various minority groups of the country. The Kaleidoscope Hall features more than three hundred kinds of tea, including the six basic types of tea of the country and some reprocessed teas. To learn more about these kinds of tea, take a digital earphone upon arrival.
Besides functioning as a museum, here is also a research institution which often holds conferences on tea and its culture. This work has received much attention from government as well as other sectors of society. Inside China National Tea Museum, visitors also have opportunities to see a tea art performance and drink teas in a calm and quiet place.
How to get to China National Tea Museum
Take bus 27 or 87 and get off at Shuangfeng Station.
Hangzhou Bus / Metro Search
|Opening Hours||May - Oct. 7: 9:00-17:00; |
Oct. 8 - Apr.: 08:30 - 16:30
* It is closed on every Monday.
Is there a way I can buy this and get it sent to Australia?
Thank you. :)
However, you can also take a taxi directly. It takes about 30mins and the cab fare is about CNY20.
I am planning to visit the city for a day from Shanghai. I will be arriving at the East Station. I would like to visit Louwailou, West Lake, Silk museum, lingyin temple, tea museum and dragon well village. I have from about 9:30 to 21:30. What route can I take? (With as much public transport as possible) Basically an itinerary.
Then the suggested sightseeing route is: Lingyin Temple - West Lake - Silk Museum - Lvsha Restaurant - West Lake Impression.
To Silk Museum: take bus line 12 from Dongpo Road Qingchun Intersection to Silk Museum.
To Lvcha Restaurant: take bus line 87 from Silk Museum Station to Shuangfeng Station.
To West Lake Impression: take bus line 27 from Shuangfeng Station to Yuemiao Station. :)