Built In: 1903
Address: Near Dalhousie Bus Stand, Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh, India
Timings: 07:00 AM to 07:00 PM, Open all days
Best Time to Visit: Dalhousie is a year round destination and has something to offer in every season.
Thanks to the stunning glasswork and interiors, the St. Andrew's Church is one of Dalhousie's prominent and beloved landmarks. The simple and appealing facades of the church are contrasted with the grand elegance and beauty of the interior, which is quite unique. Walking down the aisle of the church is itself a memorable life time experience.
The church attracts a large number of visitors and travellers every year. Also popular as the 'Church of Scotland,' this grand spectacle was built in 1903 at Ballon by Protestant Christians; hence it follows Protestantism. Although the church is quite old, it's still in a good condition. Thanks to the authorities, the church is pretty well maintained.
Since the church is located right in the middle of the cantonment area, it can be accessed only after obtaining special permission. For the people who want to dive in the aroma of serenity and tranquillity then this is the place to be. Here tourist can enjoy relaxing time in the lap of nature.