Believed to be one of the world’s largest museums dedicated solely to showcasing the history, production, and marketing of tea, the delightful recreation of lifelike scenes that show how tea was and still is produced will give you the sense you’ve stepped back in time. The museum is located in a traditional Chinese courtyard, covering a three hectare area. Exhibits display the tea processing equipment, types of tea, information about tea production regions in China and other countries, the history of tea, including its origins, teas from different Chinese dynasties, the history of tea in Pinglin, the story of Wenshan Baozhong tea, and the art of tea. Anyone for teaware, tea books, or songs about tea? You can find it all at Pinglin Tea Museum.
Update: June 29, 2022