Considered as the first of its kind, the Teak Museum located at Nilambur is a treasure trove of historical, aesthetic and scientific aspects of Teak. It was established owing to the historical importance of the region.

The key attraction of the Teak museum is the 480 years old teak tree stump which was brought from Nagarampara forest range in Kottayam. The museum provides the detailed description of the flower, fruit and natural regeneration of teak and also exhibits the prominent characteristics of these species of trees.
Furthermore, the Teak museum also has a collection of over 300 moths, insects and butterflies found in the teak plantation. Visiting time to the museum is from 10.00 am to 4.30 pm on all days except Monday.