20 Places to Visit in Shimla in June For A Blissful Trip in 2021
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Shimla Places to Visit in June

Summer Hills, Chadwick Falls, Jakhoo Hills, The Shimla State Museum, The Scandal Point Ridge, Kufri, Annandale, Mall Road, Christ Church, Tara Devi Temple, Chail, Hip Hip Hurray Amusement Park, Lakkar Bazaar, The Ridge, Kali Bari Temple, Shaily Peak, Mall road, Kiala Forest, Narkanda, Shoghi, and many more.

An enchanting summer town and popular vacation destination, there are many splendid places to visit in Shimla in June. Shimla being a naturally opulent hill-station has several attractions like the Chadwick Waterfalls that are engulfed in oak and pine forests, they offer an insight into the rich vegetation and lush environs. While places like Summer Hill and Chail are areas near Shimla that have prolific natural vistas and views of the mountains and valleys. Also, all these places have a calming and tranquil atmosphere that ideally attracts people wanting some time in solitude.

Along with these, there are also many mainstream Shimla places to visit in June. Be it the Shimla State Museum which has the town's heritage and culture on display, the Viceregal Lodge which is an architectural marvel of Shimla, or Annandale which has become synonymous with Shimla's playground as it has well-maintained golf courses and polo grounds.

Besides all these places, there is still much more on offer when vacationing in Shimla, from religious sites to shopping markets, from nightclubs to wildlife parks, your time in this hilly-town comes with a promise of fun, exploration, and adventure.

Here is a list of places to visit in Shimla in June:

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Summer Hill

One of the seven hills in the city, Summer Hill is considered one of the most picturesque tourist places in Shimla. Located 2100 feet above sea level, the spot is visited by travelers wanting to escape the heat and chaos of their daily city lives. Surrounded by a dense forest blessed with varied flora and fauna, Summer Hill is the perfect holiday spot for nature lovers.

5 kilometres from the prominent Shimla Ridge, the hills provide for amazing trekking and walking opportunities. To make the most of your time here, stay at one of the many cozy guest houses overlooking the gorgeous landscapes. 

Suggested length of visit: 1 to 2 days

Timing: All day

Location: Situated on the Kalka-Shimla railway line, it can be easily reached by the railways and is a part of suburbs of Shimla

Cost: No Entry Fee

Distance from Shimla bus stand: 5.1 kilometres


Chadwick Falls

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The glen forest is full of wonders and one such marvel is the cascading water of the Chadwick falls. The crystal clear sparkling water presents the most pleasing sights you will ever come across. For a true offbeat experience, you must visit this locale surrounded with pine and deodar trees. Famous amongst all youth and honeymooners, you can take a refreshing dip in the pristine waters. 

The monsoon supposedly is the apt time to visit here to witness the profusion of water surge. To reach the falls you need to take a gripping trek from the forest. The Chadwick falls is the name given by the British visitors and authorities as a form of rechristening from its old name called "Chidku Jhaar"

Entry fee: None

Distance from bus stand: 7 km

Timing: open 24 hours but visit in groups preferably till daylight


Jakhoo Hill

The highest point in Shimla, Jakhoo Hill is regarded as one of the most famous tourist places in Shimla. Covered with beautiful alpine trees, the hill’s most popular spots are the Jakhoo Temple and the recently established Hanuman statues. Jakhoo Hill is a good spot for a peaceful break from the bustling touristy environment of Shimla’s downtown.

Follow the 2.5-kilometre footpath to reach the summit of the peak but be aware of the monkeys as they can be menacing sometimes. Once at the summit, enjoy the cool weather and cherish the awe-inspiring views of the Shivalik mountain range.

Suggested length of visit: 2-3 hours

Timing: 6:0M Am to 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, All the days of the week

Location: Jaku, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh - 171001

Cost: Entry Free

Distance from Shimla bus stand: 3.4 kilometres

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Shimla State Museum

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Situated at a distance of 2.5 kilometres from Scandal Point, Shimla State Museum is a must-visit among Shimla Tourist Places. Dating back to the colonial times, the museum was once the private residence of Lord William Beresford.

At the moment, Shimla State Museum boasts of a vast collection of ancient sculptures, photographs, artworks, and coins collected from all the country. The museum library houses over 10,000 books, magazines, and journals that represent the historical importance and cultural diversity of Shimla as well as the rest of India. Among the many collections in the museum, one can find dedicated displays on sculptures, jewellery, history, as well as textiles and many more.

Suggested length of visit: 2 hours

Timing: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, All days except Monday

Location: Chaura Maidan Rd, Chaura Maidan, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh 171004, India

Cost: INR 10 for Indians, INR 50 for foreigners

Distance from Shimla bus stand: 1.9 kilometres


Scandal Point

It is a major attraction on the westernmost tip of Shimla which falls between the mall road and the ridge at Shimla.  It lies right in the centre of the two busiest spots of Shimla and is difficult to overlook and it is one of the famous places to go in Shimla.

The place has a very interesting love story associated with its name involving the Maharaja of Patiala, Bhupinder Singh the then viceroy’s daughter.

Suggested length of visit:
2 hours.

6 AM to 8 PM on all days of the week.

Mall Road, Near Railway Building, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, 171001, India

No entry fee.

Distance from Shimla bus stand:
Around 2 KM.


Visit Himalayan National Park, take a horse ride up till Mahasu Peak, Visit Indira Tourist Park, enjoy fun rides at Kufri Fun World. It is known as the skiing destination of India.  

8920 ft.

Distance from Shimla:
14 kilometers


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Annandale is a flat terrain in Shimla that has been developed as the playground of the city. The ground is used to play cricket. Several other sports like Golf and Polo are also played here. Picnics too are organized here. Also, you can enjoy many adventurous and fun things to do in Shimla here and it is one of the best tourist place in Shimla.

The ground here is famous since British rule. Britishers used to play sports like racing, cricket, and polo here. Entertainment activities too were organized during these times.

Suggested length of visit:
 Around 1 to 2 hours.

 10 AM to 5 PM on all days of the week except Monday. Monday closed.

 Near Ridge Shimla

 Free of cost.

Distance from Shimla bus stand:
 Around 3 KM


Mall Road

A visit to this charming market, amongst the most popular places to visit in Manali, tops the charts of almost all the travellers. This place, lined up with hundreds of shops, cannot be missed to experience the local flavours, sights, and sounds of the region.

There are great guesthouses, cafes & German bakeries, souvenir shops, bookshops, local food outlets, and Tibetan people selling beautiful handmade woollens. 

There are ample benches to sit and soak in the sights and sounds of the place and looking at the mountains in the background after a day of shopping. Don’t miss the Hong Kong Market, Dragon Shopping Complex, and the Snow Lion Underground Market for some kitschy apparel and jewellery. 

Location: Main Manali Street.

Distance from Manali Bus Stand: 1.1 Kms.

Best time: March till June and October to February.

Entry Fee: There is no entry fee for this
tourist attraction in Manali.

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Christ Church

Christ Church is one of the popular attractions among tourists and is considered in the top ten lists of places to visit in Shimla. The Christ Church is an excellent architectural monument built in the British era so that the then followers of Christianity could serve almighty Jesus. 

This monument is perfect for the people who want to get a taste of religious Christianity from the colonial time. The church was built in such a way that it would portray faith, hope, humanity, patience, fortitude, and charity to make people aware of the rich Christian culture. Located amidst majestic locations and spectacular landscapes, this place is worth giving a try.

Suggested length of visit:
 An hour is enough.

 8 AM to 6 PM

Hotel Ridge View, Ridge To US Club, Lakkar Bazar, Shimla

 Free of cost.

Distance from Shimla bus stand:
 Around 6 KM.

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Tara Devi Temple

It is one of the renowned and religious places to visit in Shimla. It is situated around 20 minutes drive from Shimla on the Kalka-Shimla highway. Perched atop a hilltop near Shimla, this temple is dedicated to Goddess Tara and highly revered by people who come to visit Shimla and the local dwellers.

Suggested length of visit: Around 1 to 2 hours.

Timing: 7 AM to 6 PM on all days of the week.

Location: NH.22, Kachi Ghati, Bagh, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh 171001

Cost: Free of cost.

Distance from Shimla bus stand: Around 17 KM



Chail is a small hill station in Himachal Pradesh which is counted among the prettiest places to visit near Shimla. In addition to exquisite scenery comprising of dense forests and snow-capped mountain peaks, Chail also has an interesting history. 

The major attraction in Chail is Chail Palace, which was built by the Maharaja of Patiala in 1891 to serve as a summer retreat. Besides, Chail is also famous for housing the world’s highest cricket ground at an elevation of 2250 metres.

Distance from Shimla Bus Stand (ISBT): 52 km

How to reach: You can reach Chail from Shimla by bus, cab or private vehicle.

Places to see/things to do: Chail Palace, Cricket Ground, Sidh Baba ka Mandir, Chail Sanctuary.
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Hip Hip Hurray Amusement Park

This unique amusement park is located in Kufri at an elevation of 8500 feet above sea level. It offers a range of activities like Burma Bridge, Flying Fox, Rock climbing, Commando Net, Bumping boats, Rowing and Valley crossing etc and it is one of the best tourist attractions in Shimla.

You can also indulge in ice skating, and boat on the snow-laden terrain in winters. If you get hungry by doing all this then there are multi-cuisine restaurants and coffee shop along with some local shops selling Himachali handloom work. 

The best part of this amusement park is the telescope which enables incredible views of the valley. It is one of the must-go places to visit in Shimla without any doubt.

Suggested length of visit: at least 3 hours.

Timing: 8:30 AM to 7:30 PM on all days of the week.

Location: 1 KM ahead of Kufri Bazar, Towards Fagu, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh 171001, India

Cost: INR 100 per person, INR 350 per person including rides,  and 160 per person including Go Karting.

Distance from Shimla bus stand: around 10 Kms.


Lakkar Bazaar

This is a very famous name and an old flea marketplace that is situated near the Ridge in Shimla. It is famous for wooden toys, walking sticks, Regal building, Roller skating hall, Indian snacks like Aloo Tikki and Chole Bhature, Meena Bazaar etc. It is one of the famous markets of Shimla and caters to the needs of everyone.

Suggested length of visit: Around 1 to 2 hours.

Timing: 9 AM to 7 PM on all days of the week.

Location: Lakkar Bazaar Road, Shimla 171001, India

Cost: Free of entry cost.

Distance from Shimla bus stand: Around 2.5 KM


The Ridge of Shimla

The epicentre of all tourist activities in Shimla, the Ridge is one among the top tourist places in Shimla. Easily connected to all other important spots in Shimla such as the Mall Road, the Scandal Point, and the Lakkar Bazaar, the Ridge also serves as the location for the highly significant Summer Festival held every year in April or May. 

Among the many interesting spots along the Ridge, Christ Church is the most popular. The neo-gothic style place of worship is the second oldest of its kind in northern India and has been in existence since 1857. 
Boasting several architectural wonders, lush greenery, and a picturesque landscape, the Ridge is also the perfect place for shopping, dining, and nightlife.

Suggested length of visit:
2 to 3 hours

8:00 AM to 6:00 PM, All days of the week

The Ridge is one of the most famous places in Shimla and is located in the centre of the hill station, right by the Mall Road.

Entry free

Distance from Shimla bus stand:
2.1 kilometres

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Kali Bari Temple

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Kali Bari Temple is a very popular tourist attraction that is situated at a strategically planned location. Built in the year 1845, the temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali who is also known as Shyamala. From the Goddess Shyamala, the capital of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla gets its name.

Suggested length of visit:
 Around 1 to 2 hours.

 7 AM to 6 PM on all days of the week.

The temple is located at the Kali Bari Road, Shimla.

 Entry to the temple is free.

Distance from Shimla bus stand:
 Around 5 KM

Shaily Peak

Blessed with magical weather and lush green surroundings, Shaily Peak is highly popular among travellers who are looking for places to visit in Shimla known for peace and serenity. Getting to Shaily Peak requires a hike through Naldehra hills, but the view from the top makes it worth every bit of effort.

As challenging as it may be, the trek to Shaily Peak takes you through dense forests and stunning landscapes. For something different yet equally interesting, you can take a pony ride to the peak or choose to rent a motorbike for a motorbike trek. 

Suggested length of visit: Half a day

Timing: Sunrise to Sunset

Location: Near Mahakali 

Cost: Entry Free, INR 100-200 for pony rides

Distance from Shimla bus stand: 22.8 kilometres


Mall Road

Mall roads in the hill stations are generally a stretch of any road bordered with a number of small stalls, shops, and branded showrooms. Mall road in Shimla is one of the vibrant lanes for enjoying a range of shopping options, eateries, food stalls, cafes and bank ATMs and money exchange portals to meet certain necessities.

Suggested length of visit:
 An hour is enough.

 All day.

 Located at a distance of 6 KM from Shimla bus stand.

Entry fee:
 Free of cost.

Distance from Shimla bus stand:
 Around 6 KM.

Kiala Forest

This forest has a calling for all the adventure junkies and sports enthusiasts. With rich wildlife and panoramic vistas around, Kiala forest is one of the offbeat places to visit in Shimla for encountering the wilderness of Himalayan jungles. 

Kiala forest is a segment of  Kotkhai valley in Himachal Pradesh.

Suggested length of visit: 2 hours.

Timing: 24 hours

Location: Kotkhai, 171202, Himachal Pradesh, Shimla, India

Cost: entry is free of cost.

Distance from Shimla bus stand: Around 2 KM.



Located at an elevation of 9060 feet, Narkanda is a beautiful town in Himachal Pradesh. The lush green forests on the hills of Narkanda and its cherry and apple orchards make it an excellent option for those looking for a peaceful holiday destination in Himachal Pradesh. 

Narkanda offers mesmerizing views of some prominent Himalayan peaks, however, for the best vistas, you are recommended to go 2000 feet above to Hatu Peak. Narkanda, owing to its altitude, receives fairly good snowfall during winters, so you can enjoy skiing here.

Distance from Shimla Bus Stand (ISBT): 62 km

How to reach: You can reach Narkanda from Shimla by bus, cab or private vehicle.

Places to see/things to do: Tani Jubbar Lake, Hatu Peak, Orchards, Mahamaya Temple, Skiing, Trekking.
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A small town in the suburbs of Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, Shoghi is a perfect place for overnight camping. There are several hotels and resorts offering camping facilities around the area, however, you can choose to enjoy camping at the Shoghi camp.  Shoghi is also one of those tourist places in Shimla which is blessed with lush greenery and an amazing climate. 

Suggested length of visit: 1 to 2 days

Timing: Anytime

Location: Shoghi is a small town in Himachal Pradesh which is located 14.1 kilometres from Shimla.

Cost: No Entry Fee

Distance from Shimla bus stand: 14.1 kilometres

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  1. What are the best places to visit in Shimla in June for Couples?

    Shimla has many places where couples can choose to spend their romantic escapade. And this list has the top 5 places to add to your travel itinerary: 

    1. Scandal Point: This spot is at an intersection between Mall Road and the Ridge. Here, you can try horse-riding, click pictures of the panoramic mountains, the valley and also witness a magnificent sunset. There are also shops and the Tudor library where you can spend some time.

    2. Summer Hill: This place is situated 5 km from the busy city in the outskirts and is one of the best Shimla places to visit in June. Moreover, Sumner Hill is one of the seven other hills that surround Shimla. You can go for nature walks and treks, or just spend some quality time in some solitude.

    3. Mall Road: This is among the top places to visit in Shimla in June. A long stretch of road, here you can find several shops, cafés and restaurants that are perfect to spend a leisurely day with your significant other. Also, you can take a walk here while absorbing the scenery around. 

    4. Naldehra: This hill-station is situated 18 km from Shimla and is covered with verdant oak and deodar forests. Here, you can enjoy playing golf as there is a lush course. Also, the views of the nearby mountains and the valley are spellbinding. The Shailey peak is one of the most popular places here. 

    5. Chail: This is a quaint hamlet within the Shimla district and 55 km away from main Shimla city. You can come here for a holiday amid nature's lap with spectacular views. Also, there are temples and other attractions worth seeing. 
  2. What are the best trekking places in Shimla in June?

    Here are some of the best treks that you can enjoy when traveling to Shimla:

    1. Hatu Peak Trek: This trek commences from Narkanda which is around 70km from main Shimla. Though the trek is short with only 7 km and comparatively easy, it takes you to the top of the highest peak at 3400 m, in the Shimla district. There is also the Hatu Mata temple at the top and the trail is covered with oak, pine, deodar trees and offers the views of the Himalayas.

    2. Karol Tibba Trek: This trek takes you at an elevation of 2240 m with a trail that is 5.6 kilometers long. The trek takes you through dense forested trails with enchanting views. Moreover, the Karol Tibba temple is also situated at the top which falls within the Shivalik range of the Himalayas. 

    3. Summer Hill Trek: This is one of the seven hills that make a cluster in Shimla that can be trekked or traveled by foot. At an elevation of 640 m, the entire area is 38 km which takes you through pine and deodar forests, estates and expansive views of the surrounding hills.

    4. Shali Tibba Trek: This is one of the easiest treks that takes place at the Shali peak which is located near Mashobra Bridge. At an elevation of 240 meters, the trail of the trek takes you through a valley covered with pine and oak trees. Also, at the top of the summit is a temple as well as panoramic views of Mashobra, Kufri, Chail and other nearby townships.

    5. Tara Devi Trek: The trek takes you to the Tara Devi temple. One can also drive up to the temple but the 4 kilometers long trail with scenic views make for a great trek. You can board the toy-train to reach the trek base camp and go on a trudge at a height of 1851 meters. 
  3. What are the best museums to visit in Shimla?

    Here are all the most popular museums to visit in Shimla: 

    1. Shimla State Museum: This is one of the most popular places to visit in Shimla in June. The museum has been functional since 1974 and displays the history and culture of Shimla through collections of artifacts, paintings, sculptures among other items. 

    2. Shimla Heritage Museum: This place is perfect for all the art and history buffs. The museum has painting collections that display Shimla and its heritage from the 18th century and it is one of the famous places to visit in Shimla in June.

    3. Army Heritage Museum: This museum has a range of artifacts displayed that give insight and information about the different regiments of India. There are uniforms, medals and weaponry exhibited for public viewing.

    4. Baba Bhalku Railway Museum: This museum was inaugurated in 2011 to pay tribute to the man who guided the British set-up the rail line in the region. The collection at this museum has artefacts and everyday items used back in the 1930s. 
  4. How many days are enough for a Shimla trip?

    A minimum of 3 days would be enough for a Shimla trip. During this time you can easily visit all the top attractions, a few nearby places, experience the nightlife and also enjoy the beauty of the hill-station. Moreover, if you want to have a more relaxed vacation, then consider planning a 5 day trip.
  5. What are the best camping places in Shimla in June?

    Shimla has many camping places in and around that you should be headed for an adventurous trip. 

    1. Mashobra: This is among the top camping destinations in Shimla in the foothills of majestic mountains. Surrounded by scenic views and natural topography, Mashobra has many campsites that offer a great experience with a blend of nature and comfort.

    2. Narkanda: This town is a part of the Shimla district which is located about 70 km from the main city. Moreover, the vast outdoors and untouched land makes Narkanda perfect for a camping trip. Also, you can choose from several campsites that take place here as well as enjoy other activities like trekking.

    3. Chail: Located 43 km from Shimla, Chail has nature's bounty with some enthralling views of the hills and valleys. There are many accommodation campsites that offer great facilities along with activities and the best locations that highlight Chail's beauty. 

    4. Shoghi: This is a small hamlet near Shimla that has sprawling landscapes, picturesque sceneries, and many campsites that offer the best of Shoghi. Also, there are many attractions that you can visit during this trip.

    5. Junga: A quaint village, it is located 10 km from the main city. Moreover, the place is settled between Simaur and Shimla on either side and has vast lands of greenery. Junga has many camping sites that you can check out and spend some time in a quiet place amid nature.

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