Tea Museum – Tourism Info

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Tea Museum

The first tea museum in Sreemangal was set up by the initiatives of Bangladesh Tea Board in order to preserve the country’s 150 years’ old history and heritage of tea industry and the equipments used in tea garden during the British rule. Besides 44 old furniture used in tea garden during the British rule, the chair & the table used by Father of the Nation, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman while he was the chairman of tea board, are preserved in this sole tea museum of the country. Even kerosene-operated refrigerator (fridge) and the different kinds of coins used for the workers of the tea garden are preserved here. Moreover, there are compasses, clocks, pump tube wells, filters of British time, stools and tables made of the plant, fossils, iron pipes, rings, spades, and many other implements along with arrows and bows.

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