China National Tea Museum

China National Tea Museum information

Hángzhōu , China
88 Longjing Lu; 龙井路88号
More information
Opening hours
8.30am-4.30pm Tue-Sun
Something wrong?
Submit a correction

Not far into the hills of Hángzhōu, you’ll begin to see fields of tea bushes planted in undulating rows, the setting for the China Tea Museum – 3.7 hectares of land dedicated to the art, cultivation and tasting of tea. Further up are several tea-producing villages, all of which harvest China’s most famous variety of green tea, lóngjǐng (dragon well), named after the spring where the pattern in the water resembles a dragon.

You can enjoy one of Hángzhōu’s most famous teas at the Dragon Well Tea Village , near the first pass.

Tourist bus Y3 or K27 will take you to the museum and the village.