Places To Visit In Mussoorie



Located 35 kilometres from Dehradun, Mussoorie is a picturesque hill station in the Indian state of Uttarakhand. The hill station is located at the foothills of the Garhawl Himalayan ranges, and is also known by its nickname “The Queen Of Hills”. The place is also known as the gateway to the “Gangotri and “Yamunotri” shrines.

Lal Tibba
Lal Tibba
Situated in the Landour area at an altitude of 8000 metre above the sea level, Lal Tibba is the highest point in Mussoorie. The best time to visit Lal Tibba is between the summer months of March and June as the weather is pleasant enough to explore the beautiful surroundings.

Kempty Falls
kempty fall

Kempty Falls, situated at an altitude of 4,500 ft, is one of the popular tourist places of Mussoorie. It is a beautiful waterfall, which falls from a height of about 40 ft from a mountain. This fall is located on way between Dehradun-Mussoorie path.

The Lakemist resort is a natural marvel tucked in a valley in the hills of Mussoorie, surrounded by gushing mountain streams & natural waterfalls.The evenings beside these very waterfalls, under a clear starry sky is a totally out of the world experience.

Chaar Dukan

Surrounded by exalting views and bathing in Mussoorie’s pristine beauty is the famous Chaar Dukan placed in the upper region of Landour. On your way to Gun Hill, take a break andChaar Dukan grab some bites at this popular food junction. Famous for its Cinnamon waffles, pancakes, bun omelette and vegetable cheese maggie, this place will surely silence the rumbling in your stomach.

Casa Mia

Do you have a sweet tooth? Even if you don’t, make sure that you dig your teeth into the fresh, soft and delicious bakery items that the shop has. It will remind you of the cottage in the fairy tale of Hansel And Gretel made of chocolate, cake and candies. This shop has a wide variety of pastries, cakes, muffins, puddings and frozen drinks which are freshly made.


The Mall Road in Mussoorie
The Mall Road in Mussoorie

The Mall Road also called ‘The Mall’ is the busiest shopping hub in Mussoorie. Tourists and locals flock over to the Mall to indulge their shopping appetites. The vendors here sell anything and everything ranging from apparels to electronic goods. Other items sold here include ceramic vases, Tibetan prayer wheels, brass statues, jamavar shawls, wooden boxes, handicrafts and antiques.

Kulri Bazaar

After the Mall Road, the Kulri Bazaar is the most famous market in Mussoorie. Known for its collection of fashionable apparels, handicrafts and artefacts, Kulri Bazaar is quite popular with the tourists as well as the locals. This market also has a line of swanky hotels, restaurants and big business houses.

Gandhi Chowk
Gandhi Chowk

Located on the Mall Road, Gandhi Chowk is a busy street market that is famous for its Chinese vases, mementos, trinkets and carved wooden boxes.

Himalayan Weavers

A great place to buy woollens is The Himalayan Weavers shop, a local cooperative that produces hand-woven shawls, stoles, scarves, and silk, located about 8 kilometres away on the Mussoorie-Dhanaulti Road.