This section deals with the conservation of anything produced entirely or partly out of wood, a diverse range of movable and immovable historical objects and structures.

Wood has long been used as an artistic medium, an important construction material, and extensively employed for cabinet making.

The juvenile conservation section, though not yet an autonomous unit, is directly responsible for the maintenance, conservation and restoration of the National collection. Works here include treatment to furniture, gilt wood, marquetry, polychrome wood, timber architectural constructions, and wooden sculptures.