Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum October 2007

The Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum in 2007.

The Bramah Tea and Coffee Museum is a former museum in southeast London (close to London Bridge Station), the first museum completely devoted to tea and coffee.

The idea was developed by Edward Bramah, and was opened in 1992, and closed in 2008 on the death of Bramah.

For a more comprehensive treatment, see the article on Wikipedia. The museum's website is no longer active, but is archived on the Internet Archive site.

More information on current plans here [1].

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