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Explore the Bramah Museum with the London travel card

Published: Wednesday 25th of June 2008

For those travellers with a London visitor card, a visit to the Bramah Museum of Tea and Coffee could cause quite a stir.

Located close to London Bridge Station - another potential point of interest for those looking to visit London attractions - the Bramah Museum of Tea and Coffee beautifully explores the history of two of Britain's favourite drinks.

Interestingly, the English word for tea is actually derived from the Chinese word for this most delicious plant.

"Since the British played a major role both in the China trade and development of production in India, Ceylon and Africa, the museum naturally tells the story from a British perspective," said the museum.

Anyone looking to explore the subject of tea and coffee may also wish to participate in one of the museum's many tea seminars, which usually take place every Friday.

London Pass holders can receive free entry to the Bramah Museum of Tea and Coffee.

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