The Mall also famously known as the mall raod, it is a total shopper delight with everything in the same location. The Mall is like the lifeline of Mussoorie with almost everything located on this very stretch. Be it attractions, hotels, restaurants, shops – The Mall houses them all.
Christ Church was built in 1836 and is considered to be the oldest churches in the Himalayan ranges by the British during the British colonization in India. Possessing Gothic design and architectural styles, the stained glass windows in the Church represent the events in the life of Jesus Christ. Apart form this, the high altar in the Church presents the sufferings of Jesus Christ. The walls and interiors of the church are beautifully decorated to grab attention of visitors.
Mussoorie Lake located at 6 Kms on the Mussoorie-Dehradun road, the lake was recently developed as a picnic spot by the city board and the Mussoorie Dehradun Development authority. A nice small lake, which is created by a natural water fall, while going down from roas to lake in the way very good small water fall is there, you can ride a paddle boat here as well and enjoy the amazing surroundings.
The second highest point in Mussoorie, the place is name is derived from the event of firing cannon from this place to tell what time is to people during the British colonization hence giving it the name 'Gun Hill'. The place lies at an altitude of 2,024 meters above sea level and offers some majestic views of the surroundings.
The road takes its name from the rock which is shaped like a camel is hump on its back and stretches around a distance of about 3-4 kilometers from Kulri bazaar to the Library Chowk in Mussoorie. The road is ideal for a walk as one can get amazing views of the valley and the mountains that surround Mussoorie.
The Centre of the Tibetan settlement in Mussoorie, happy valley is situated at a short distance form from tha mall raod. This is the place when they fled from Lhasa in 1959, led by their spiritual leader dalai lama before he moved to Dharamshala. The place is lined with oaks and deodars and has several small hotels and cafeterias and as you walk further into the town, you will get to experience clam like no other.
The highest peak in Mussoorie, with an altitude of over 2,290 meters above sea level seen before views of the mountains that house the holy shrines of Kedarnath and Badrinath. To give its visitors a clearer view of the picturesque surroundings a Japanese telescope has been installed at the edge of the cliff also the place is highly preserved from most commercial activities.
The Kempty falls are surrounded by high mountain ranges and are situated at an altitude of approximately 1,364 meters above sea level, thus giving it a wonderful surrounding to just sit and listen to the sound of the water which falls on the rocky bed of the water below among the lush qreen vicinity.
Jwalaji Temple is located at a distance of around 9 Kms west from Mussoorie a top Benog hill an altitude of 2,240 meters above sea level. The place enshrines a centuries old idol of the Hindu deity Goddess Durga, the manifestation of supreme beauty and deadly power in the Hindu mythology.
Built in the year 1832, the house belonged to the famous surveyor and geographer, Sir George Everest, after whom the world highest peak is named. He stayed in Mussoorie for around a good 30 years and the house showcases some interesting facts about the famous personality. It is 6 km from Gandhi Chowk/Library Bazaar and is accessible by vehicle, although the road is very rough beyond Haathi Paon (elephant foot).
Nag Devta temple is a popular religious attraction in Mussoorie and no wonder it attraction several devotees and tourists as well. The number goes to thousand on special occasion like Nag Panchmi. Every year the festival of Nag Panchmi sees even tourists flock to the temple to observe how devotees give milk baths to live Cobras and feed them
The municipal garden, initially known as Company Bagh, belongs to the Happy Valley area. The gardens are a family retreat and entertain lost of families and tourists all round. An impression of old colonial gardens, the Company Bagh has a wide green carpet of neat and clean lawns and a fountain in the center. This is one of the most popular picnic spots in Mussoorie, at a distance of 4 Kms, which can be reached either on foot or by car.
Hathipoan and Park Estate is a beautiful place for picinic and trekking activities. Park Estate is a former office and house of Sir George Everest, the first Surveyor General of India, Mount Everest, was highest peak in India, Mount Everest, was named after him. The fireplaces and the wooden beams are the prime attractions of the colonial bungalow and the observatory.