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Camel’s back road

A beautiful peaceful walk under the nature will always boost calmness and inner peace. Camel Back Road provides the same experience in Mussoorie. This 3 km long road is named as Camel Back Rd due to the presence of natural layout of rocks shaped like a camels hump at the end of road.

Soham heritage& art center

Located on the Chamunda Peeth Temple Road in Mussoorie, Soham Heritage Centre is a private enterprise preserving the rich Himalayan heritage by showcasing the cultural diversity of the Himalayas through paintings, murals, scrap art, frescoes and artefacts. An admirable initiative by Mr Sameer Shukla and his wife Dr Kavita Shukla, the art centre is a humble effort to display the diversity of the Himalayas through varied art forms.

Opening Hours: 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM and Lunch Time: 02:00 PM - 03:00 PM (Closed on Wednesdays)

Entry Fee: INR 100, per person above 5 years of age

Libraray bazaar

A trip to Mussoorie remains incomplete if you haven’t explored the famous Library Bazaar. Also known as Kitaab Ghar, it was founded in the year 1843 and is now one of the top places to visit in Mussoorie. The library is located on the Mall Road which gives access to cool cafes and restaurants where you can head to for a sumptuous meal. The library and the market gives a colonial feel which you can also witness on your trip.

Opening Hours: 10 am – 8 pm

Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

Jwala devi temple

Jwala Devi Temple is a beautiful temple of Goddess Durga. It is built on the Benog Hill at a height of 2104 meters. Nestled amidst the forests of oak and deodar trees, a beautiful trek awaits for you before reaching the temple. Loaded with picturesque views and adventure, you would want to take this trek irrespective of the fact if you are religious or adventurous. Moreover, adding to the already existing beauty, you will get a beautiful view of the Yamuna river flowing in the foothills of the Shivalik Range.

Opening Hours: 5:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Entry Fee: No Entry Fee

Lambi dehar mines

Mussoorie is home to some of the spookiest places in Uttarakhand and one of them is Lambi Dehar Mines. 1990s recorded deaths of thousands of workers who were working in this mine without a clue that they were digging their own grave. Due to lack of maintenance, the health of the workers deteriorated which ultimately led to their death due to suffocation. After dusk, one can hear shrieking voices from these mines which is why the locals prefer and advise not to go near the mines.

Opening Hours: 24 hour, suggested in day light

Entry Fee: No Entry Fee