By visiting Kannan Devan Tea Museum one can know about the tea making process and also find out about the machinery being used in the earlier times. It also houses a small shop that is worth visiting. The Kollengode Palace, which was initially built as a residential home for Raja Vasudeva’s daughter, was turned into a museum in 1975. The Department of Archaeology looks after this museum of Munnar. Most of the exhibits in the museum consist of different belongings from the King along with manuscripts, sculptures and murals. Many of the artifacts now displayed at this palace-museum had been found in Thrissur forest areas as well as in different parts of the state. Kannan Devan Hills Plantations Tea Museum displays an antique collection of artifacts. Visitors will also get to know about the tea estate from audio-visual shows arranged in this museum. This museum is a great place to find out about a very old industry (tea processing) of this part of the Indian state.