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Top public service recommendations from locals

School
“Buddhist cultural centre with a beautiful Buddhist temple and art and craft emporium! Lovely restaurant and bakery as well! ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Premise
“Built by the British in 1849, this jail is the second cellular jail of India other than the one in Andaman islands. It has 54 small cells that were used to house the Indian/Irish/Gorkha soldiers who rebelled against the British and were later executed here only. The museum's exhibits mostly consist of pictures and militaria. If one is interested in Indian-British history then a visit to this jail is definitely worthwhile. Please check timings before planning a visit to the museum.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Library
“This area is the center of the Tibetan government in exile. Beautifully painted buildings and monastery. Library has a museum of artifacts carried here from Tibet, plus an English reading room. ”
  • 1 local recommends
School
“Its one of the premier residential schools in the city. Take an appointment a day prior.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Courthouse
“This is the Registrar Office & Court Complex where Registries of the Properties are executed”
  • 1 local recommends
School
“Temple of Mahakali is situated just down the mountains covered with snow. A great view of nature and the ultimate tranquility.”
  • 1 local recommends
School
“Educational centre for flora and fauna, with guides to a number of hiking trails”
  • 1 local recommends
School
  • 1 local recommends
School
  • 1 local recommends
Local Government Office
School
“One of the best views around Mussoorie, from the hill top: 360 degree view: the Doon valley, Mussoorie, Himalaya from Bandar Punch to Kedarnath, Surkhanda Devi hill etc... ”
  • 1 local recommends
Hospital
“One of the Most Reputed and Largest Hospital of Chandigarh where people from all corners come to get them treated”
  • 1 local recommends
Hospital
“Asoka Rock Edict The site of Asoka’s inscriptions at kalsi is singularly unique as it is the only place in North India where the great Mauryan emperor has inscribed the set of the fourteen rock edicts. The language of these edicts is “Prakrit” and the script is “Brahmi”. These rock edicts reflects Asoka’s human approach in his internal administration when he converted himself to Buddhism. The inscription also tells about his life when he took the path of spirituality. The Rock edict was built in 450 B.C and is made of quartz which is 8 feet broad and 10 feet long.”
  • 1 local recommends