Dalhousie Tourism: Places To Visit In Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

Dalhousie is a renowned tourist destination famous for its mesmerizing beauty and natural landscape. Its enchanting and calm climate attracts millions of travelers every year who want to spend some quality time in lap of nature. Dalhousie is one among the most visited places in Himachal Pradesh. The state is also known as ‘Land of Gods’. Travelers have a lot to explore here- its greeneries, ice studded glaciers and lakes.

Dalhousie, 2700 meters from the sea was established by British governor Lard Dalhousie in 1854. This tourist point is situated on a place surrounded by the five hilltops Kathlog, Porten, Tehra, Bakrota and Ballon. Tourists prefer to visit St Andrew church, St Petrick church, St Fransis Church and St John Church in Dalhousie.

Dalhousie’s Bhoori Singh’s Museum was donated by Raja Bhoori Sing in 1908. Artisan and craft lovers visit here to experience the artistic flavor depicted everywhere in the Gallery. Rang Mahal is another place to visit in Dalhousie. Constructed by Raja Ume Singh, this is the great example of British and Mugal architecture. The wall of the castle has Punjabi style painting that engages every one and represents different aspects of the life of Lord Krishna. Some of the famous places to visit in Dalhousie are The Mall, Kalatope, Daikund, Khajjar, Churches and Temples, Satdhara and Bakrota Hill.

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Salient Dalhousie Information:

Climate: in summers the temperatures rests between 15-25 degree Celsius.
When To Visit: March To June
Distance From Delhi: 563 KM
Nearest Airport: Pathankot
Railway Station: Pathankot Railway Station

To know more about the Himachal Pradesh and its mesmerizing tourist destinations, visit official website of Himachal Tourism.

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