The forest museum, located on the outskirts of Port Blair, is a famous attraction for its wide collection of forests and assortment of trees. This prominent museum is a place where you will be in Port Blair, and it is managed by the Andaman and Nicobar forests department. The main sights that can be seen in this museum are objects made of wood, gurjan, oak, satinwood and paduak. These exhibitions reflect the rich and dense flora that can be found on the islands. The forest department also conducts research, and the results of these research activities can be seen clearly in this museum. To add flavors to the tourists, the museum also has a mini zoo and a small zoo in the building.

The forest museum is located in Haddo, on the outskirts of Port Blair, and is managed and managed by the Forest Department of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. True to its name, the forest museum is famous for its content related to the forest and different trees.

Artefacts of wood and other trees such as oak, gurjan, paduak and satinwood can be seen in the museum. These items are a good reminder of the rich flora of the islands and also give an idea of the size of trees and different species that can be found on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

It is maintained by the forest department and shows the Institute’s achievements over the years and the research activities they have carried out. A small zoo and mini zoo in the forest museum also attracts many visitors.

As this museum is outside the city limits, people have to start early and spend a day in the museum’s comfortable and picturesque surroundings.

Time: 8:00 to 12:00 – 14:30 to 17:00 pm

This museum is located in buildings of the Chatham Saw Mill and is a unique blend of adventure and art. The Bosmuseum has long been known for the woodwork that appears. The work was carried out using the tree of trees like Padauk, Marmor, Gurjan, Satin Wood and Peauma. It also houses species of endangered plants that attract a large number of tourists and visitors each year. The zoo in the building makes this museum even more special.