Dalhousie Churches

The Dalhousie Churches form an integral part of a complete tour of this picturesque Himalayan town. Once the town was a favorite destination of the British, the churches in Dalhousie carry the old European charm with its architectural style and ambiance. Some of Dalhousie's most visited churches are:

  • St. Andrew's Church
  • St. Patrick's Church
  • St. John's Church
  • St. Francis Church

The churches of Dalhousie attract a large number of worshipers and followers. The architectural brilliance of the churches and their wonderful locations has made them places of great tourist attraction. Few of the churches have libraries and photo galleries that preserve rare information and photographs of the old days.

The St. Andrew's Church in Dalhousie is also called the Church of Scotland and stands near the Dalhousie Bus Stand. The St. Patrick's Church is located on the Hospital Road of the Dalhousie. This church is the largest one in the town and can accommodate at least 300 persons at a time.

Dalhousie's St. John's Church boasts of a lovely library. The book lovers and history buffs will get important information on the town in this library. Another wonderful church is the St. Francis Church. One of the oldest in the town, it conducts services every Sunday.

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Last Updated on 9/13/2011