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Popular as Queen of the hills, commanding a wonderful view of extensive Himalaya n snow anges to the north west and glittering views of the Doon Valley, at a altitude of 2000 meters is a popular hill station. Discovered in 1827 by Captain Young, a Military Officer, it is now a premier tourism destination among tourists especially as it is the nearest hill station to Delhi. Mussoorie is a popular destination for tourist throughout the year with its green hills, varied flora &C fauna & Infrastructure enough to accommodate hordes of rourists jostling for it to escape the heat if the plains.

Mussoorie Tourist Attractions
Lal Tibba

This place is highest point in Musoorie. Lal Tibba is located in Landour area which is the oldest inhabited place in Mussoorie.

Gun Hills

Gunhill is second highest point in Mussoorie. From Gunhill Mussoorie appears to be changing colours every other minute. Each moment a different scene appears before your eyes. There are many shops on the hill top so one can have a small little picnic here.


A shopping centre anywhere would be dear to the heart of the women but Kulri's claims merit special attention. Besides being an uptodate fashion centre, its shops are exceedingly well-stocked with colourful wares and can please the most exacting of buyers. Big business houses, hotels, restaurants, banks and the General Post Office are all to be found here.

Municipal Gardens

The municipal or the Company gardens was previously (before independence) was also known as Botanical gardens of Mussoorie. These gardens were laid by famous geologist Dr. H. Fackner in the last century.

Kempty Falls

Kempty Falls are located 13 kms from Mussoorie. This place was developed as a tourist destination by John Mekinan after 1835.

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