Tip N Top, also known as Tiffin Top, is a modest hilltop lookout at 1700 meters above sea level that offers stunning views.
Bhulla Lake, also known as Bhulla Tal, is 1 km from Lansdowne's city center. The Indian Army built and maintains Bhulla Lake.
The revered Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple is one of Lansdowne's top attractions. At 1800 meters, Tarkeshwar Mahadev Temple is surrounded by Deodar forests.
St. Mary Church, which was founded in 1895, still exudes an old-world beauty in every nook and cranny and is regarded as one of the best places in Lansdowne.
One of Lansdowne's most popular attractions is the Kalagarh Tiger Reserve, where you may view big cats in action. Jungle safaris are lifelong experiences.
The War Memorial was founded in 1923 by India's Commander in Chief, Lord Rawlinson. Garhwal Regiments' achievements inspired the museum.
Snow Viewpoint is one of the most frequented locations in all of Lansdowne because it provides visitors with breathtaking views.
You may immerse yourself in the world of Garhwal Rifles as soon as you enter the Darwan Singh Museum, one of the most amazing location.
This church on Mall Road has been a Lansdowne tourist attraction since 1936. The GOI took over the church in 1951 after years of abandonment.
Lansdowne's Garhwali Mess, one of its oldest buildings, is an unusual location to visit. British architecture is a legacy of the Indian army