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Best Places To Visit In Mussoorie

Kulri Bazar in Mussoorie

Kulri Bazar

Kulri Bazar is a lively market place on the eastern end of the Mall road. Here, you can treat yourself to lip-smacking food and satisfy your taste buds. Cuisines include Tibetan, Chinese, Mughlai and Continental. Further, this market is also known for "getting everything you need" - including clothes and stationery.

picture hall in mussoorie

Picture palace

As the name suggests, the Picture Palace was once the biggest movie theatre in India and an epitome of the royal zest for movies. It may not be the biggest movie theatre at the present, but it surely lives up to its name by providing its audience with a 5D movie experience. The shows are 15 - 20 minutes long, enough to irk your nerves. A scary House and fun Gaming Zone is an added bonus.

Bhatta falls in Mussoorie

Bhatta falls

Bhatta Falls is located only 7 kms from Mussoorie, on the Mussoorie - Dehradun Highway. One can arrive at Bhatta Falls via car or the taxi service which is available at all times. Besides, the bus ride is equally enchanting. The Bhatta Falls happen to be the second largest falls in the region, and the best time to arrive there is during the day. Don't forget to pack snacks and dessert if you love the idea of having a picnic by the waterfalls!

Company Garden Mussoorie

Company Garden

Company Garden boasts of beautiful cascades, several fountains and excellent lawns. This place also has an artificial mini - lake, for boating. It is a very simple and elegant place, with a beauty of its own. You can even cycle down to this garden, which is hardly 3 kms away. A multi cuisine food court is an added boon.

Kempty falls in Mussoorie

Kempty falls

The Kempty falls is the biggest and the prettiest of all waterfalls, surrounded by high mountain peaks and lush green trees. It is located 15 kms from Mussoorie on the Yamunotri road. Indulge in a refreshing bath under the natural waterfalls and experience the beauty of nature. Cars, buses and taxis are the available modes of transport to reach this destination.

Lakha Mandal in Mussoorie

Lakha Mandal

Encircled by the cerulean Himalayan peaks, legend has it that this is the place where Duryodhana, of Mahabharata episode, conspired to burn alive the Pandavas in the Lakshyagriha house. Ancient temples of Shiva, the Pandavas are aplenty in this area. Post Kempty Falls, Lakha Mandal is 75kms on the Mussoorie-Yamunotri road. One can drive up to Kuwa and from there you can cross the river Yamuna by motorable bridge. The idols of the by gone era have been preserved by The Archaeological Survey of India.

Santura Devi Mandir in Mussoorie

Santura Devi Mandir

Situated 12kms on the way to Kempty Falls, and then the trek of about 1 km, this holy shrine is known for its spiritual importance among the residents of Mussoorie. It is believed that the entire town of Mussoorie was saved from the wrath of the 1991 Uttarkashi earthquake by the Holy Divinity 'Santura Mata'. Hence, the name Santura Devi Mandir.

Yamuna Bridge in Mussoorie

Yamuna Bridge

About 27kms from Mussoorie on the Chakrata-Barkot road, is the Yamuna Bridge. It is an ideal spot for fishing, and seasonal rafting, on banks of Holy Yamuna River. Permits for fishing can be obtained from the Divisional Forest Officer, Mussoorie.

Mahasu Devta Temple Mussoorie

Mahasu Devta Temple

Mahasu Devta Temple is located on the Tuini-Mori road at Hanol. It is the ancient temple, built in 9th century. The temple is dedicated to Mahasu Devta who is considered to be the sole arbiter, reigning supreme over the innumerable indigenous Indian Gods and Goddesses; and is worshiped by the people of Hanol and the villages nearby. The temple was constructed in Huna architectural style initially, but, gradually acquired a mixed style. It is included in the Archaeological Survey of India's list of ancient temples in India. Mahasu Devta fair is held every year in August.

Bhadraj Temple Mussoorie

Bhadraj Temple

Bhadraj Temple is located on the extreme western region of Mussoorie, offering a splendid view of the Doon Valley, the Chakrata ranges and the Jaunsar Bawar area of Garhwal Himalayas. Situated at a distance of 15kms from Mussoorie, it is an ideal place for trekking. The temple is dedicated to Lord Bal Bhadra, brother of Lord Krishna, and is situated atop a hill. The Bhadraj temple organizes a fair in the third week of August (Shravan Sankranti) every year. Undoubtedly it is an important event for the devoted locals and they look forward to it; this occasion attracts a lot of visitors as well.