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28 Best Places to visit in Mussoorie

Introduction to Mussoorie

Mussoorie is a famous hill station in the cusp of the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan range of Uttarakhand. This hill station is one of the most loved weekend destination for people in Delhi NCR. The hill station fascinates solo-travelers, couples and families alike, and this exotic hill town is only a 35 kilometers drive from Dehradun.

Tourists visit from far across the world to soak in the lush green hills, flora, fauna and the majestic view of the Himalayas amidst the soothing atmosphere of Mussoorie. Horse riding, ropeway rides and leisurely walks are the adventure activities you can do at this hill station. Connected by Jolly Grant Airport at Dehradun situated 58 kilometers from the hill station and the nearest railhead located in Dehradun, it takes around two full days to cover all the enchanting and top places to visit in Mussoorie.

Historical Background

Captain Frederick Young from the British Army founded the hill station in 1820. It served them as a getaway from the heat during summer, and also a hub for top boarding schools established by European colonies. Mansoor plant grows in abundance at Mussoorie, and the hill station derived its name from the plant. Mussoorie has a salubrious climate all the time. (source)

April to June and September to November are the best period to visit the hill station. Blossoming flowers and greenery in spring time and snowfall in winter amidst the setting of Himalayan foothills give the places to visit in Mussoorie their beautiful and unique vibe. The hill station is rightly dubbed as the “Queen of Hills“.

Must Visit Places in Mussoorie

1. Kempty Falls

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Kempty Falls is one of the top tourist attractions in Mussoorie. Mountain cliffs surround the falls at the altitude of 4500 feet in the Ram Gaon area of Tehri Garhwal.

People visit the pond at the bottom of the falls for swimming and bathing. The ropeway is the best way to reach the pond at the bottom and explore waterfalls.

John Mekinan developed it as a picnic destination due to its scenic beauty and waterfalls. Water stream cascades down from the height and divides into two main falls. Camp and tea are the two terms that form the name Kempty Falls as tea parties used to be organized here in the evenings.

Entry Fee: No entry charge. However, you may pay INR 80 to go by ropeway.

Timings: 08:00 am – 05:00 pm

How to Reach: You have to drive 15 kilometers to reach Kempty Falls from Mussoorie. Taxis and buses are available.

Address: Ram Gaon, near Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Between March and June, the summer season is the best time to visit outdoor activities in pleasant weather.

2. Mussoorie Mall Road

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Mall Road lies in the heart of the hill station. This colonial relic of British times presents benches, lampposts, modern shops, game parlors, and skating rinks. Local vendors and photographers can make your day. You can have fantastic photographs clicked in traditional Garhwali attire.

How to Reach: You can walk to Mall Road from the bus stand or hire a taxi to reach here.

Address: Mussoorie town

Best time to visit: The summer season

3. Lal Tibba

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This popular viewpoint is perched on the top of Depot Hill in Landour. The highest point in the region offers the most stunning views. You can catch glimpses of the Nilkantha peak in Badrinath, Kedarnath peak, and Banderpoonch range of three peaks.

It served as a summer getaway and a recovering station for the military during the British empire. Lal Tibba was a cantonment cum hill station, and the Indian Military Services has occupied it now. You can view the Tibet border from here.  

You can relax and enjoy the sunrise and sunset points. It has remains of British architecture.

Entry Fee: INR 50 per person

Timings: 06:00 am – 06:00 pm

How to Reach: Lal Tibba is 6 kilometers from Mussoorie. Take a private cab to reach here.

Address: Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Clear summer skies between March and July at the time of sunrise or sunset.

4. Gun Hill

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Gun Hill is a famous attraction amongst nature lovers and photographers. It is the second-highest point and an extinct volcano in Mussoorie at an altitude of 2024 meters.  You will get a panoramic view of the snow-clad Himalayan ranges in Doon Valley and the hill station Mussoorie.

Before independence, a gun used to lie here, so it was named Gun Hill. People would adjust their watches after gunfire during the day. The ropeway is the major highlight of Gun Hill because it affords a spectacular view of the Himalayan ranges.

Entry Fee: No entry fee. Ropeway – INR 75 for roundtrip

Timings: 10:00 am – 06:00 pm

How to Reach: It is 1.7 kilometers from the Library Bus Stand, Cart Road, and Mall Road. You can get here by bus or taxi. You can trek for 20 minutes up to the peak of Gun Hill.

Address: Above the Mall Road, Mussoorie

The best time to visit: Summers

5. Lake Mist

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Mist is a pristine lake in the Queen of Hills on the way to Kempty Falls. Lush forest terrains and the emerald waters make this place vibrant for spending moments with family and friends. Tranquility in the lap of nature and the least crowd is the epithet of this gem of attraction in Mussoorie.

Boating is the way to explore all corners of the lake. The verdant forests surround it under an azure sky. Accommodation is available along the lakeside.

Entry Fee: No entry fee.

Timings: 08:00 am – 06:30 pm

How to Reach: You can reach by hired taxi or bus.

Address: Mussoorie Kempty Road, Mussoorie

The best time to visit: Summers

6. Cloud’s End

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The Cloud’s End viewpoint is the geographical end of Mussoorie, 6 km west of the Library. Deodar and thick oak forests hem in the viewpoint. The viewpoint provides breathtaking views of the Aglar River Valley.

You can track 2 km up to the Benog Wildlife Sanctuary on the walking track. Britishers built a heritage building in 1838 at Cloud’s End, and it is one of the oldest buildings of the British era.

It has now developed into a heritage hotel (Clouds End Forest Resort) with intact original architecture and relics. People spend a peaceful time and partake in hiking, hill-climbing, and nature walks.

Entry Fee: No entry fee.

Timings: 24 hours

How to Reach: Hire a taxi to cover a distance of 6 kilometers from Mussoorie and reach the spot.

Address: Mussoorie

The best time to visit: Summers

7. Landour

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Landor is a picturesque cantonment town amidst the verdant Deodar trees along the lower western Himalayas. This name comes from the Welsh village of Llanddowrer. Its glorious history dates back to the colonial era. It is replete with natural beauty and cozy vibes amidst natural beauty.

Landour is perched above Mussoorie. Its rich landscape rejuvenates travelers’ senses who come here to find solace from the hustle and bustle of hectic city life. The Queen of Hills is the name given to twin hill stations collectively for beauty and serenity.

You can view Gangotri, Yamnotri, and Kedarnath’s Himalayan peaks in a clear sky and St. Paul’s Church, Kellog’s Memorial Church and Language school, and Lal Tibba are the places to visit around Landour.

Entry Fee: No entry fee.

Timings: 24 hours

How to Reach: You can walk to the town from Mussoorie or hire a cab to reach here.

Address: Mussoorie

Best time to visit: The town buzzes with activity in the summer months from April to May. Clear skies and warm days make it the best time to enjoy Landour.

8. Bhatta Falls

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The Bhatta falls is a famous tourist attraction and picnic spot among tourists around 10.5 kilometers from the Mussoorie Library Bus Stand. It is one of the best waterfalls around the hill station. You have to hike for 500 meters to reach the waterfalls, and it can quench the thirst for adventure.

A circular pool receives a water stream from an altitude of 30 feet. People enjoy swimming and bathing at the bottom pond, where water cascades down. Children’s park is around with swings and slopes. The place retains its natural setting and peace because it is not much commercialized.

Entry Fee: No entry fee. Ropeway – INR 150

Timings: 08:00 am – 05:00 pm

How to Reach: Tourists reach Bhatta Falls after covering a distance of 6 kilometers from Mussoorie in a bus or car. The ropeway is another option to get from Bhatta village to Bhatta falls.

Address: Bhatta Village, Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Post monsoon and Summer months

9. Dhanaulti

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Dhanaulti is an offbeat destination in Uttarakhand. This place is ideal for a break from the maddening city crowd and mechanical routine life. The site offers unadulterated nature to visitors at an elevation of 2,286 meters amidst the Himalayan ranges.

It is a haven away from the much commercialized Mussoorie and Dehradun, and Eco Park is the most popular attraction in Dhanaulti. Amber and Dhara are the two sections of the park. The woods of Deodar and Pines is home to a variety of bird species and animals.

Nature lovers witness stunning scenery of nature at the sunset and sunrise from Eco Park. Adventure camping is a popular activity at high elevations in the natural surroundings.

Many travel companies organize treks, rafting, hill climbing, foresting, and a popular camp spot is the Burma Bridge for the best campfire experience. You can have a view of the glaciers of Bandarpoonch and Gangotri.

Apple Orchard Resort, Deogarh Fort, Camp Thangdhar, and Adventure park are the other attractions in Dhanaulti.

How to Reach: Dhanaulti is 33 kilometers from Mussoorie. You can reach there by cab, taxi, and buses.

Best time to visit: Dhanaulti enjoys a temperate climate all year round. The best time to visit is from September to June.

10. Nag Tibba Trek

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Nag Tibba or Serpent’s Peak is an exhilarating trekking trail. It is a climb of about 10,000 feet in the snow-clad mountains.

Nag Tibba is the highest peak of the Nagtibba range. Serpent’s peak is believed to be the abode of Nag Devta. The trail fascinates the tourist with its deodar forest, rustic Garhwali lifestyle, vegetation, exotic birds, and wildlife.

Doon Valley, Gangotri Peka, Kedarnath Peak, and Bandarpoonch Peak are the highlight of the trip. The trek is an ideal location to enjoy a comfortable adventure in the natural surrounding.

How to Reach: Nag Tibba is 76 km and 85 kilometers from Mussoorie and  Dehradun, respectively. You can hire a cab to reach the base camp of Patnwari from either Mussoorie or Dehradun.

Address: Patnwari, Uttrakhand

Best time to visit: Summer months

11. Paragliding and Trekking

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You can participate in adventure sports like trekking or paragliding. Plenty of trekking opportunities are available at Mussoorie.

12. Company Garden

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The Company Garden is a famous tourist attraction to spend quality time with friends and family in the lush greenery and beautiful blossoms. People stroll and take photographs in the diverse lawn of the garden. Human-made waterfalls and boating are other options in an artificial pond.

Dr. H. Fackner developed this garden in the early years of the last millennium. Here kids can have a gala time with exciting rides. The elderly can buy a small potted plant at the nursery as a souvenir from shops.

Entry Fee: Ticket- INR 18, Boating – INR 75

Timings: 09:00 am – 08:00 pm

How to Reach: The main Mall Road is 3.5 kilometers from the Company Garden. You can trek to the site or hire a taxi or cab to reach here.

Address: Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Late spring and summer exhibit flowers in full bloom, which is invariably the best time to visit the Company Garden.

13. Jwala Devi Temple

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Jwala Devi Temple or Jwala Ji Temple is a famous temple atop the Benog Hill in Mussoorie. The temple is dedicated to the deity Durga. It is believed to relieve pilgrims from the sufferings of life and bestow them with sacredness.

Nature lovers marvel at the thick green forest, the Yamuna River, and the Shivalik range. An old stone idol of Goddess Durga sits at an altitude of 2104 meters. The trek starts from Cloud’s End and goes through deodar trees.

You will get a panoramic view of the Doon Valley and Shivalik ranges.

Entry Fee: Free

Timings: 05:00 am – 12:00 pm, 04:00 pm – 08:00 pm

How to Reach: The temple is around 8 kilometers from Mussoorie. You have to trek from Clouds End for 2 kilometers.

Address: Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Summers

14. Camel’s Back Road

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The Camel’s Back Road is a 3-kilometer long road in the heart of Mussoorie. The street is lined with natural rocks shaped like a camel’s hump. You will get a good view of the Himalayas and the Doon Valley.

This beautiful road is suitable for an early morning walk or jogging. You will pass through a 180-year old British cemetery on the way to the Camel’s Back Road. It is a viewpoint for the sunset and sunrise.

Entry Fee: Free

Timings: 24 hours

How to Reach: You can take a bus from the Library Bus Stand and the Picture Palace Bus Stand, or you can board a cab or an auto-rickshaw from Mussoorie to get there.

Address: Mussoorie

The best time to visit: Summers

15. Jharipani Falls

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Jharipani Falls is located at Jharipani village downhill of Mussoorie. This small waterfall gushes with water after the monsoons. You will get a beautiful view of the valley and mountain peaks in the clear sky.

The sky is painted red during the sunset. St George’s, Wynberg Allen, and Oakgrove are the Mussoorie’s famous boarding schools here.

Entry Fee: Free

Timings: 24 hours

How to Reach: It is 6 kilometers from Mussoorie. You can hire a cab or rickshaw from Mussoorie to reach here. You have to trek for 1.5 kilometers to reach the base of waterfalls.

Address: Jharipani village, Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Post Monsoon

16. Jabarkhet Nature Reserve

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Jabarkhet Nature Reserve is a nature park over 100 acres of land on the Mussoorie Dhanaulti road at an elevation of 2000 meters. It was the first privately operated and owned wildlife sanctuary in Uttarakhand.

Different altitudinal zones are home to various rare mammals, birds, trees, animals, reptiles, insects, and plants. It is an ideal getaway in stunning natural beauty with eight well-demarcated trails for a walk in the wilderness.

You can take guided tours for spotting animals and birdwatching. Adventure seekers can venture off on their own with the help of color-coded tour maps.

Entry Fee

Non- guided Walks- INR 350

Guided Walks (includes a guide, binoculars, umbrellas, leech socks, etc.) – INR 500

Special Walks – Wildlife reserve organizes special walks every month with expert photographers, naturalists, and historians. Send a mail to [email protected] to learn about the announcements about special walks. It costs INR 600 to INR 1000.

Tailored Walks – These are customized walks between INR 1200(for day hikes) and INR 3000(overnight hikes)

How to Reach: It is 15 kilometers from the heart of Mussoorie town. You can reach here in a private cab in 30 minutes from Library Chowk.

Address: Mussoorie- Dhanaulti road, Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Any time of the year is good for the wildlife reserve. Spring offers full bloom of flowers, whereas summer brings the shade of oak and pine trees. Park abounds with myriad wildflowers, ferns, and mushrooms. You can trek on the snow-covered path in winters.

17. George Everest House

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George Everest’s house is perched on top of a cliff and exudes a sense of nostalgia and serenity. It was built in 1832 at Park Estate 6 kilometers west of Gandhi Chowk in Mussoorie. History buffs and adventure travelers come to explore the old world charm.

George Everest served as the Surveyor General of India from 1830-1843. He was a British Surveyor and geographer. Sir Everest objected to the honor of naming the highest peak after him because he had nothing to do with discovering the mountain.

Sir spent 11 years in this mountain house and used it as his observatory and laboratory. It is likely to be converted into a museum soon. It is now in a dilapidated state with walls, roof, doors, fireplace, and windows.

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Timings: 10:00 am – 06:00 pm

How to Reach: Goerge Everest’s House is 7-8 kilometers from Mussoorie. You can hire a cab from Mall Road or Gandhi Chowk to the top of the peak. You can also trek 1.5 to 2 hours to reach here. Alternatively, take public transport from Gandhi Chowk to the foot of the hill Hathipaon. From Hathipaon, you can rent motorbikes to go up.

Address: Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Summers

18. Soham Heritage & Art Centre

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Soham Heritage Centre is a private enterprise that preserves the rich Himalayan heritage. It showcases the cultural diversity of the Himalayas through artifacts, frescoes, scrap art, murals, and paintings.

It was an initiative by Mr. Sameer Shukla and his wife, Dr. Kavita Shukla, to exhibit the Himalayas’ diversity through art forms. It was established in January 2014 after 18 years of tireless inspiration, planning, dedication, and data collection.

It educates the tourists about the bounteous heritage through paintings and sketches. Workshops and heritage walks are conducted to promote the idea. You can buy jewelry, utensils, musical instruments, agricultural equipment, and quality antique products as a keepsake from souvenir corner.

Entry Fee: INR 100


10:00 am – 05:00 pm

Lunch Time: 02:00 pm – 03:00 pm

It remains closed on Wednesdays.

How to Reach: Soham Heritage and Art Center is 3 kilometers away from Library Chowk in Mussoorie. You can hire local rickshaws or cabs to reach here.

Address: Chamunda Peeth Road, Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Summers

19. Benog Wildlife Sanctuary

Benog Wildlife Sanctuary

Benog Wildlife Sanctuary is part of the Rajaji National Park. It is renowned for its mountain quails, red-billed blue magpie, leopards, rare species of birds, and deer. Vinog Mountain Quail Sanctuary is another name of this site.

You can take a refreshing walk on the pine-clad slopes of the trail. Bird watching and views of Bandarpunch and Chaukhamba peaks are other attractions. Fir, pine trees, and some medicinal plants add value to the sanctuary.

Entry Fee: Free entry

Timings: 07:00 am – 05:00 pm on all days.

How to Reach: You can hire a taxi for a full day to reach Benog Wildlife Sanctuary. Local transport is not available at the sanctuary site. You can trek to the sanctuary from the hiking point.

Address: Mussoorie Range

Best time to visit: Summers

20. Mussoorie Christ Church

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It was the first Catholic Church in the Himalayan territory. The Church was built in 1836 in Gothic architecture. Flying buttresses, pointed arches, and ribbed vaults show the gothic style of architecture.

Colonial charm and old-world feels come alive in the complex. In 1906, the Princess of Wales planted the deodar tree in the courtyard. European architecture, interior walls, and a sacred spiritual environment are the major highlights of the Church.

Entry Fee: Free entry

Timings: Monday – Saturday: 07:00 am – 06:30 pm, Sunday: 08:00 am – 06:30 pm

How to Reach: You can walk to the Church in 10 minutes from Mall Road. Hire a cab to reach the Church.

Address: Camel’s Back Road, Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Sunday is the right day to attend the mass in Church. Christmas is the best time to visit and see the festivity.

21. Mossy Falls

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Mossy Falls is a secret gem of a hill town. This waterfall is named after the moss-laden rocks around it. It is veiled from view with a cleft in the hillside, and a Shivalinga is hidden near the fall.

The lake Mossy is a hub for trekkers, and they can choose moderate to strenuous hikes. Rich scenery and minimal human interactions make it a go-to place for photographers. Occasional visitors come here for a quiet picnic away from the din of the city.

Entry Fee: Free entry

Timings: Sunrise-sunset

How to Reach: Mossy Falls is 7 kilometers from Mussoorie. Board a tourist bus at the city bus stop or hire a taxi to the waterfalls.

Address: Bala Hisar Road, Barlow Ganj, Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Early monsoon or winters

22. Shedup Choepelling Temple

Shedup Choepelling Temple

Shedup Choepelling is a small Buddhist temple with a huge idol of Buddha on the edifice’s top. It is close to IAS Academy and Company Garden on the highest cliff of the Valley. Snow-capped mountains, blooming flowers, mesmerizing views of the Valley are the main highlights of the temple.

It is the first Tibetan shrine that was built in India and consecrated by Dalai Lama. Dalai Lama got refuge at Happy Valley of Mussoorie in 1959. It is popularly known as the Tibetan Buddhist Temple.

Two huge idols of Buddha and Dalai Lama seats in the main hall as a mark of respect to the godly figures. Tiny clay diyas, painted walls, prayer flags, murals, prayer wheels, and meditation chambers add to the place’s charm.

The temple houses a rich collection of books on Tibet and Buddhism.

Entry Fee: Free entry

Timings: 07:00 am – 05:00 pm

How to Reach: You can visit the temple by public or personal vehicle. It is 2 kilometers from Library Chowk.

Address: Near IAS Academy, Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Summers

23. Lambi Dehar Mines

Lambi Dehar Mines is the eeriest and spooky tourist attraction in Uttarakhand. It is a couple of kilometers ahead of Mussoorie. It is notorious as “Mine of Death” because a witch haunts these mines.

The mine was operational till the early 1990s. After the death of 50000 people, it was shut down.

As such inappropriate mining practices caused lung disorder and deaths of the people. Locals believe that an evil spirit haunts the place, and they report sinister behavior, blood-curdling wails, and paranormal activities.

The site witnessed several road accidents and a helicopter crash. This attraction is not meant for the faint-hearted. Avoid venturing out after dark in search of adventure.

Entry Fee: Free entry

Timings: 24 hours

How to Reach: You can hire a cab to reach the site.

Address: Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Summers

24. K Dev Bhoomi Wax Museum

The museum lies in the premises of Company Garden. It exhibits life-like wax statues of both international and domestic celebrities. Madame Tussauds in London inspired the creation of the wax museum.

The wax museum is the fourth of its kind in India after Lonavala, Kolkata, and Kanyakumari. The museum is home to 26 figurines of prominent personalities like Gandhiji, Mother Teresa, Albert Einstein, Hitler, Nehru, Vivekananda, Angelina Jolie, and Michael Jackson.

Entry Fee: INR 100

Timings: 10:00 am – 05:00 pm

How to Reach: Book a cab to drop you at the K Dev Bhoomi Wax Museum. It is 3 kilometers from the Mall and 3.5 kilometers from the Library Chowk.

Address: Mussoorie

Best time to visit: Summers

25. Mussoorie Lake

The city board and the Mussoorie Dehradun Development Authority developed an artificial lake, which has turned into a new picnic spot and retreat in natural beauty. The lake offers several outdoor activities(paddle boating) and eateries.

Scenic views of the Valley and mountains give an otherworldly experience to tourists. Picnic and shopping are the major highlights of the site.

Entry Fee: INR 15

Timings: 08:00 am – 07:00 pm

How to Reach: Hire a cab to reach Mussoorie Lake, which is 6 kilometers from town.

Address: Dhobi Ghat, Mussoorie-Dehradun Highway

Best time to visit: Mussoorie Lake is worth visiting in the monsoon to take in the scenic beauty of the lake.

26. Mussoorie Adventure Park

Mussoorie Adventure Park is a treasure trove for adventure lovers. Real Adventure Sports company operates this park.

Mussoorie Adventure Park offers a whole gamut of activities, including rappelling, trekking, rock climbing, parallel rope, and zip line. Highly dexterous staff backs adventure activities.

Entry Fee

Regular Charges:

Sky Ride- INR 600

Valley Crossing- INR 400

Burma Bridge- INR 200

Monkey Crossing- INR 200

Parallel Ropes- INR 200

Zip Swing- INR 400


Silver Package- INR 1000

  1. Sky Bridge – INR 300
  2. Zip Swing – INR 400
  3. Zip Line – INR 300

Gold Package- INR 2000

  1. Sky Walk- INR 600
  2. Sky Bridge- INR 300
  3. Zip Swing- INR 400
  4. Valley Crossing- INR 400
  5. Zip Line- INR 300

Diamond Package – INR 3000

  1. Sky Walk- INR 600
  2. Sky Bridge- INR 300
  3. Zip Swing- INR 400
  4. Valley Crossing- INR 400
  5. Zip Line- INR 300
  6. Rock Climbing- INR 500
  7. Rappelling- INR 500

Visit to book online.

Timings: 09:30 am – 06:30 pm

How to Reach: It is 18 kilometers from Mussoorie and 21 kilometers from Gandhi Chowk. Hire a taxi from any of the two taxi stands to reach the Snow Adventure Zone.

Address: Snow Adventure Zone, Mussoorie.

Best time to visit: Autumn and spring are the best time to visit Mussoorie Adventure Park.

27. Mussoorie Heritage Centre

The Mussoorie Heritage Centre is a social enterprise that showcases the culture and heritage of Mussoorie. It depicts the archives of the historical legacy of Mussoorie from back from 1814 to 1959. In 1814 the national survey compiled the first map of the region.

The 14th Dalai Lama took refuse in 1959 at Happy Valley of Mussoorie.  People understand how Mussoorie was shaped and what its legacy has been.

It conducts research programs, curated walks, and city tours. The owners take part in various induction programs and awareness talks.

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Timings: 10:00 am – 06:00 pm

How to Reach: Mussoorie Heritage Center is 2.5 kilometers from Library Chowk. You can hire an auto-rickshaw to reach here.

Address: Landour Clock Tower market, Mussoorie.

Best time to visit: All year

28. Happy Valley

Happy Valley is an enchanting valley, which is also known as ‘mini Tibet.’ Around 5000, Tibetan refugees reside here. It is home to Tibetan monasteries, the IAS academy, the municipal garden, the Valley of flowers, and eateries on the western end of the Library point.

You can savor Tibetan cuisines on the roadside stalls. Tourists buy souvenirs here

Entry Fee: No entry fee

Timings: 10:00 am – 06:00 pm

How to Reach: You can reach here in public or personal transport.

Address: Mussoorie.

Best time to visit: On the 10th December 1989, Dalai Lama delivered his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize. The entire Valley celebrates this event. You should visit the place on this day to be part of Tibetan celebrations.


What is the significance of the name “Mussoorie”?

The name is believed to be derived from the Mansoor plant, which is found in abundance in the region.

Is it safe to visit Mussoorie during the monsoon season?

While the landscapes are lush and beautiful during the monsoon, it’s advisable to check weather conditions and road accessibility before planning a trip.

Are there any specific festivals or events in Mussoorie that one should not miss?

Mussoorie hosts various cultural and traditional festivals throughout the year. It’s best to check the local calendar during your visit.

How many days are sufficient to explore Mussoorie?

Ideally, a 2-3 day trip would allow you to explore the major attractions of Mussoorie.

Are there any local delicacies that one must try in Mussoorie?

Yes, when in Mussoorie, do try the local Garhwali cuisine which offers a range of delectable dishes.

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