The museum which details the history of the aromatic beverage, the Coffee Museum remarkably stands out in the tribal settings of Araku Valley. This unique museum is an intrinsic part of an upmarket coffee house that serves coffee, chocolates, sandwiches, brownies and more.
The concept was developed and created by a migrant to the Araku valley, Prakash Rao. In 1930, he set up a general catering service here, primarily for tourists. Realizing the uniqueness of the coffee produced in Araku valley
The coffee museum is located very close to Tribal museum. This complex has a coffee souvenir store, craft store, snacks bar, trampoline, cricket nets along with the coffee's discovery and processing history hall. Dhimsa dance form, popular among the tribal, can be experienced live here. It is a great place to hang out and taste sumptuous coffee products. Coffee raspberry chocolates are a must try here along with hot/cold coffee. The craft store is enormous and hosts a huge variety of art and craft items for sale. The venue featuring exhibits on the history of coffee, plus shops for coffee, sandwiches & souvenirs.