Shimla Sightseeing



Shimla sightseeing is the most exciting one where one can take the enjoyment of the pleasurable climate of the hill station alongwith its scenic beauty. Shimla is a worth visiting hill station. This page gives a list of some of the places that are an important part of Shimla sightseeing.

Sightseeing in Shimla:
  • Ridge- This ridge of Shimla gives a spectacular sight of the ice-covered mountain peaks. Tourists also can have a look of the Tudor library and the Christ Church from this ridge.
  • Mall- The mall is an ideal spot for shopping and tourists have a major attraction to this place for the place besides catering to shops also have a theater and a number of good eating joints.
  • Jakhoo temple- The temple being situated at the highest peak of Shimla gives a stunning view of the Shimla town. The temple is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. So tourists visit this place for offering prayers before the idol.
  • State museum- This is the abode to excellent paintings, handicrafts, textiles and stone carvings of Himachal Pradesh.
  • Chadwick fall- The sight of the amazing waterfall of Chadwick being surrounded by thick forests and bushes from all around is very exciting.
  • Summer hill- This hilly path with trees shading the way is ideal for a pleasurable walk.
  • Narkanda- This is an important part of Shimla sightseeing as it gives an enchanting view of the mountain ranges being enveloped in white snow.
  • Jubbal- Jubbal has been a very exciting tourist destination as it embraces the history of an age old palace that has been a conglomeration of the European and indigenous architecture.
  • Prospect hill- This place turns out to be an ideal spot for picnic. The temple of Kamana Devi is situated here.
  • Viceregal Lodge- This is the President's house which is now the center of the Institute of Advanced Studies
  • Annadale- This place is found just below the ridge and is a spot for picnic and other sports.
  • Glen- This is also a nice spot for the picnic planners with a dazzling stream flowing behind.


Some temples of Shimla:
  • Kali Bari temple
  • Sankat Mochan temple
  • Raghunath temple
  • Ayodhya temple
To know more about Shimla sightseeing, click on the following links:
  • The Ridge
  • The Mall
  • Shimla palace
  • State Museum
  • Jaku Hills
  • Glenn
  • Summer Hill
  • Prospect Hill
  • Scandal Point
  • Lakkad Bazar
  • Kathupeak
  • Chandwich Falls
  • Monkey Point
  • Khadrala
  • Hattu Peak




Last Updated on : 4/10/2012

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