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Posted on Sep 12, 2018

Lockhart Tea Museum- Nestled around a Living Tea Factory in an Estate with a history of more than 100 years.

A museum is an abode of various artefacts collected to reflect and in turn educate the present generations about the cultural, historical, and artistic works of the bygone era. Lockhart T...

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Make Your Own Tea at Lockhart Tea Factory, Munnar

Dec 20, 2017 – Dec 19, 2018

Make your own tea programme is a new innovation introduced by Lockhart Estate and the Factory in Munnar. The objective of this unique programme is to give the tea lovers all around the world a unique experience of producing a tea by their own hands.

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Posted on Nov 5, 2017

Munnar visitors......
One more opportunity to prove your fitness with your better-half...
Lockhart Tea Factory in Munnar provides Tea Garden Cycling.....

Posted on Nov 5, 2017

Now Lockhart Tea Factory Munnar provides Tea Garden Cycling.
This is the time to prove your fitness with your friends.....

Posted on 30-Sep-2017

Factory Tour & Tea Museum: - This is an another day tour where one can have an experienced tea tour by the way of visiting the plant directly and can learn and feel the different grades of Tea such as Black, Green and White Tea. Along with that, the guest can learn health benefits of Tea also.

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2 days ago
In this place you will come to know how green tea , black tea and white tea gets prepared. And also you can buy the products there . You will also find shop with the products of glass .and a nice place with good view
- Divya P
3 months ago
An awesome place to understand the process of making different types of tea (black, green, normal) from the tea plant. It also houses a museum which holds numerous historical machines and artificial things used in early days. Entry fees is Rs 200. One more attraction here is a watch tower behind the museum which gives you a beautiful panoramic view of the tea plantations and the mountains.
- Manas R
4 months ago
Nice factory tour explained about manufacturing of tea leave processing. Entire process from fresh tea leaf to dried tea leaf for drinking. And different varieties explained by guide. Spacious car parking available. Entry fee was rs.200 per head. Near by museum having olden instruments used for this proffession kept.
- Vijaybabu N

Explore the Lockhart Tea Museum

Join us here in beautiful Boulder, Munnar for a factory tour and tea museum. From raw ingredients to finished products, you’ll learn all about the wonderful world of tea and see how our wholesome products are blended, packaged and shipped. You'll never look at tea the same way again! 
Lockhart Tea Museum  

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A museum is an abode of various artefacts collected to reflect and in turn educate the present generations about the cultural, historical, and artistic works of the bygone era. Lockhart Tea Museum is one such place which excites its visitors by providing a historical voyage through the development of one of the first plantations in Munnar from 1879. This living Museum and factory gives a bucketful of knowledge about orthodox tea processing and the operations that go into the making of black tea, green tea, and white tea in traditional ways. Lockhart Tea Museum  displays various equipment’s used in the plantation in the past and present  like Hand Shears, Mechanical Harvesting Machines, Drake and Fletcher Sprayer to name a few. The Tea Museum makes the visitors understand the growth of plantations from 1819. The Museum includes old writings, 100 years old photographs of the British planters during their hunting, Bullock carts, Allwyn Prestocold refrigerator, Funerary Urn etc which informs the visitors about the ancient world. Old photographs on the walls show a glimpse of the history of Munnar.
The Lockhart tea factory is famous for its Orthodox Tea produced in the traditional way. The factory houses the museum was built in 1936 and includes a tea sales outlet and tea-tasting sections. The tourists are given a guided briefing about the origins of tea for consumption, its history & health Benefits to the visitors. 

The Lockhart tea factory is famous for its Orthodox Tea produced in the traditional way. The museum includes a living factory which was built in 1936 and a tea sales outlet and tea-tasting sections. The visitors are given a  briefing about the origins of tea for consumption, its history & health benefits and explained about the traditional tea manufacturing processes.      

Know Before Your Visit

  • Our factory follows strict FDA requirements and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) to ensure the safety of our employees and tourists. Please keep in mind these restrictions during your visit at Lockhart Factory
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Photography is prohibited in the factory.
  • Foot cover are required in the factory.
  • Food, drinks, gum and glass containers are not allowed in the factory.
  • Service animals are not allowed in the factory. 
  • Restrooms are not available during the factory portion of the tour.
  • Smoking not allowed.
  • Courtesy wheelchairs are available for guests but they are limited in quantity and are available on a first come, first served basis.  Tour Guides will not be available to push wheelchairs in the factory. 
  • Tour participants must allow the tour guide to lead at all times. 
  • Prohibited items policy includes items that we determine may be harmful or disruptive to our guests or employees.  Examples of prohibited items include but are not limited to: alcoholic beverages or any illegal substance under Indian law, weapons of any kind or objects that appear to be weapons (including toy guns such as squirt guns, nerf guns, etc.)  Drones, remote control devices, skateboards, scooters, inline skates and shoes with built-in wheels.
  • Reservations are required for all group tours.  Advanced reservations are required for groups of 8 or more. 
  • Outside food is not permitted in our tour center or café. You may utilize our outside tables or purchase food from the café. Contact our Café for group reservations at +91 4865 264036.
If you have any issues or concerns, please contact G.Prabhakar at lockhart.care@harrisonsmalayalam.com or +91 9446005406.  

Those who are visiting Munnar don't forget to visit here.

Our Recognitions

- We certified with Adventure Tourism Association of India (ATOAI)

- We aggregated with Green Farms Kerala by Kerala Tourism

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Munnar-Kumily Highway
Munnar, Kerala 685613

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Wed:8:00 am – 8:00 pm
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