Brief information on National Tea Museum
China is the birthplace of tea. For several thousands years, Chinese tea culture has gradually developed, and has become one of the treasures of traditional Oriental culture. The National Tea Museum is located at the bank of the scenic West Lake, occupying an area of 4.5 hectares. Opened to the public in April 1991, it is a nationally-ranked museum, themed on tea and tea culture.
The National Tea Museum consists of six exhibition halls including the Hall of Tea History, Tea Kaleidoscope Hall, Hall of Tea Properties, Tea Sets Hall, Tea-Friendship Hall, and Tea Customs Hall. Which iconically trace the history of China’s centuries-old, rich and varied tea culture. In addition, there is also an expert team performing tea-making rituals in the museum. A visit to the museum guarantees patrons a vivid and evocative introduction to China’s tea culture along with the chance to sample a delicious cup of Chinese tea.
*You can download the bilingual note to show it to a taxi driver or someone else to find your way to National Tea Museum if you plan to visit National Tea Museum and have language problems.
Location: West Lake District
Address: Longjing Road, Shuangfeng Village
Price: Admission: Free
Transportation: Bus: 27; Tourism Bus: 3
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