Araku Valley Coffee Museum

Location: Araku – Visakhapatnam Rd, Araku Valley, Andhra Pradesh 531149, India

Google Map:   https://goo.gl/maps/S9F5BPk51kCsvZCk6

  It began in 1954 and then setup in 2006.

Araku Valley Coffee Museum
Araku Valley Coffee Museum

About Coffee Museum:

This famous coffee house in the Araku Valley is the main origin of pure coffee and its triumph stretches from the Araku Valley to Ethiopia. This exceptional cafe-cum-museum in the Araku Valley is famous and notable for its aromatic coffee drinks. This unique museum is an underlying part of an upmarket coffee house that serves coffee, brownies, chocolates, sandwiches and more. It provides both drinkable and edible types of coffee. Edible items include a variety of coffee-based chocolates, brownies, mousses and tarts. However, it is different from any other coffee cafe and the credit goes to the ‘Coffee-Museum’, which is called the ‘Sampoorna Coffee Gallery’.

History Behind The Coffee Museum:

The idea of establishing a coffee museum in Araku Valley was first thought by Prakash Rao and he established it. In 1930, he set up a general catering service here, which was initially only for tourists. Realizing the uniqueness of the coffee produced in the Araku Valley, he began to promote Araku Coffee worldwide. At that time Arabica Coffee was grown in different parts of India as opposed to Robusta Coffee. Eventually his highlighting process succeeded and in 1954 he was able to open a coffee house with a coffee museum. Recently this coffee paradise was only open to foreign delegates and coffee traders but fortunately now it is open to everyone.

Contact: +91 89362 49800

Why should you visit Coffee Museum?

You have tasted a lot of coffee in your life, but very few people have tasted other delicious things made with coffee such as- brownies, chocolates, sandwiches, tarts, mousses and more. At least for these reason, you should come here with your family and friends.

Araku Valley Coffee Museum
Araku Valley Coffee Museum

FAQ for the travelers of Coffee Museum:

Q1: Who established the Araku Valley Coffee Museum and when did he think about it?

Ans: Prakash Rao and he thought about it in 1930.

Q2: In which year was Prakash Rao able to establish the Coffee Museum?

Ans: In 1954.

Q3: What was the main goal of the Araku Valley Coffee Museum?

Ans: To promote Araku Coffee worldwide.

Q4: What else is available at the Araku Valley Coffee Museum besides drinking coffee?

Ans: Brownies, chocolates, sandwiches, tarts, mousses and more, which are made with coffee.

Q5: Before the Araku Valley Coffee Museum was established, which coffee was grown more in different parts of India?

Ans: Arabica Coffee.

Q6: He Coffee Museum open and close?

Ans: Open all days in a week (08:00 AM – 08:00 PM).

Q7:How much you need to pay as an Entry Fee?

Ans: Rs. 10/- per person.

Araku Valley Coffee Museum
Araku Valley Coffee Museum

Near Restaurants:

Araku Valley Coffee Museum is also considered a light food restaurant. However, the names of some of the restaurants in the vicinity are mentioned below-

Nearby Hotels: 

How To Reach:

You can reach the Araku Coffee Museum just a two-minute walk from the Araku Bus Station. However, the short route from Visakhapatnam to Araku bus stand is as follows-

By Road: The easiest way to get to the Araku Valley from Visakhapatnam is by bus. You can easily get private and state bus service from Visakhapatnam. You will also find many taxis or cabs at lower charges than private vehicles. You can also enjoy the beautiful scenery, waterfalls, tunnels and hill sides of Araku Valley. It can take approximately three and a half hours to reach Araku Valley.

By Train: Araku has its own railway station, which is about 116 km from Visakhapatnam. From Araku Railway Station you can easily find several accessible buses to various tourist destinations near Araku. It may take about three and a half hours to reach Araku from Visakhapatnam railway station.

We wish you all the very best for your journey.

Happy Travelling !!!

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