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Garhwal Rifles Regimental War Memorial :One of the most important tourist magnetism at Lansdowne, this war commemorative is positioned at the parade ground. It was established by Lord Rawlinson of Trent the then Commander in Chief of India on 11th November, 1923. It is an ornamented bronze statue of a Garhwali soldier clad at the moment of First World War.
Garhwali Mess It is one of the aged and finely preserved heritage buildings of Lansdowne. Erected in January 1888 by the British, it is well thought-out as an important museum in Asia. It boasts an atypical compilation of skin of wild animals, furnishings and trophies. There is a dial with a arrow symbols that direct en route for Nandadevi, Chaukhamba, Kamet and other snow caped peaks of the Himalayan range. It was offered by Lt. Col. M. B. Rober.
St. Mary’s Church : Erected during 1896, this artistic church is located on the approach to Tip-in-Top. Constructed by Col. AHB Hume of Royal Engineers, this 113 year elderly church has detached rooms within which put on show photographs of pre independence. One can observe an audio and visual display of the Regimental history.
Tip-In-Top : It is an accepted tourist objective at Lansdowne. Situated alongside the ridge which leads to St. Mary’s Church it offers a comprehensible outlook of the Himalayan ranges. The point is as well a superior route for trekking.
St. John’s Church  : This is a Roman Catholic Church positioned on the Mall Road. It was formerly a forest bungalow and re opened as a church on Nov 29, 1980.
Bhulla Tal  It is a non-natural lake devoted to Jawans of Garhwal Rifles who made noticeable contributions in its erection. The word ‘Bhulla’ factually means younger brother in Garhwali words. Boating and paddling amenities are as well obtainable at Bhulla Tal. Adjacent to the lake is a minute park for children amid a garden which is an idyllic amusement for the children over and above adults.
Lover’s Lane is one of the most excellent treks in Lansdowne with overcast valley and vision of far-flung peaks on one side and teak, oak and blue pine trees on the further side.
Tarkeshwar Mahadev is committed to Lord Shiva and acknowledged for the eldest Sidhpeeths. The temple was established by Aadi Sankaracharya. Encircled by impenetrable forests of deodar and pine, it is positioned 38kms from Lansdowne on Lansdowne Deriakhal Road. For the duration of the celebration of Shivrati , festival in India an exceptional worship is performed at the temple.

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