Tourist attractions in Lansdowne , Garhwal, Uttarakhand

The Garhwal Rifles Regimental War Memorial One of the important tourist spots at Lansdowne, this war memorial is found at the parade ground. It was established by Lord Rawlinson of Trent the then Commander-in-Chief of India on 11 November, 1923. It is an enriched bronze statue of a Garhwali officer dressed at the time of First World War. 

Garhwali Mess : It is one of the old and decently kept up heritage buildings of Lansdowne. Erected in January 1888 by the Britishers, it is considered as a profound museum in Asia. It has a rare collectibles of wild animal skin, furniture and trophies. There is a dial pointing Nandadevi, Chaukhamba, Kamet and other snow-clad ranges of the mighty Himalaya. It was introduced by Lt. Colonel M.B. Rober. 

St. Mary's Church Erection of the church begun during 1895 and completion by Colonel. A H B Hume of Royal Engineers, The location of the church is on the road towards Tip in Top. , this 113 year aged church has separate rooms inside which shows pre independence photos. Audio visual shows of the Regimental history is also available.

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