If you are looking for an intriguing museum amidst the verdant forest, the forest museum in Kulathupuzha is for you. With its intricate designs, this artistic architecture is specially designed to embrace the topography of the region. The museum features numerous forest-inspired themes in their authentic habitat.
Apart from enhancing tourism, this natural history museum aims to educate people about Nature, biodiversity and culture and also focuses on providing research opportunities. It incorporates facilities including an information centre, training hall, timber museum and a museum complex with five exhibition halls, tribal huts, an artificial intelligence room, a play area for kids, a food court, an eco-shop and a guest house.
The museum will take you through the life of Adivasis, forest streams, wildlife and a lot more. Additionally, it intends to organise a multitude of initiatives, including educational programs and seminars on natural history museums, and establish a network of natural museums nationally and internationally. Special exhibitions in partnership with governmental and non-governmental entities are also in the works.
The prestigious forest museum was established on the 3.3 acres of land that was formerly occupied by the Kulathupuzha Forest Office Range and its cottages.