Bhuri Singh Museum: The museum was named after King Bhuri Singh, who
Chamunda Devi Temple: Chamunda Devi is a Shakti shrine, situated 10 km west of Palampur. This colorful shrine has a wrathful form of Durga or Chamunda. Lord Shiva is present in the form of death, destruction and dead bodies along with Devi Chamunda in this temple.
Chamba is situated close to Rishikesh. There is an old temple of Surkanda Devi, atop a remote hill. The temple is situated in a beautiful backdrop of apple and apricot orchards. You can also camp in Rani Chauri, near Chamba to get a feel of the vibrant lifestyle of Chamba. Sunset brings along a whole new association and colors.
Bharmaur: Often referred as the ‘Switzerland of the East,’ has been the original capital of the district of Chamba for 400 years. It is known for the temples built in the classic ‘Pahari’ style. At an elevation of 6,000 ft, Salooni offers a panoramic view of the snow- covered hills and peaks. It is 56 km away from Chamba. Dalhousie, the beautiful hill station 42 km from Chamba, was established in 1854 by the British Empire as a summer retreat. The town was named after Lord Dalhousie, the then British Viceroy in India. The town Manimahesh, situated southeast of Chamba District is ideal for trekking.
Manimahesh Lake, the high altitude lake of the state, lies 4,800 meters above sea level