THE MUSEUM IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR RENOVATION AND DUE TO RE-OPEN IN 2009
Museum celebrating the history of two great brews. Exhibits cover the period 1650-1950 and describe the trade's involvement with the ceramics industry, smugglers, tea and coffee auctions, the Boston Tea Party, opium, tea Clipper ships and the development of the Indian, Ceylon and British tea companies. There's also a display of novelty teapots. The shop stocks a wide range of teas and coffees, and visitors can enjoy afternoon and cream teas in the café.
|Venue name:||Bramah Tea & Coffee Museum|
40 Southwark Street
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am-6pm|
|Transport:||Tube: London Bridge|
|Price:||£4, concs £3.50, family ticket (2 adults, 4 children) £10|
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