Unlike existing museums that have a strict, old-fashioned mood, this museum, built with wooden interior, provides a quiet, warm ambience. At the museum, visitors can see a wide variety of tea. While drinking tea, they can see where the tea came from and how it is stored in one view.
Some 500 kinds of tea such as puer tea, sugeumgwi (Oolong) tea, and chrysanthemum tea are stored in earthenware pots several hundred years old. The museum offers various tea culture experience programs jointly with schools for the development of children’s emotion, intelligence, body, ethics, and creativity. Every last Saturday of the month, it is holding the Chaurim Dure Music Concert to communicate with more people.