• Museum
About the walk

This event is ticketed.

Shimla, ‘the Queen of Hills’, stretches nearly 9.2 km from east to west and is built on top of seven hills. Once the summer capital of British India, Shimla is known for the heritage buildings preserved in their original Tudorbethan style of architecture. The heritage of Shimla is as enthralling as its rich culture. The city welcomes the tourists with the scent of deodar and pine forests which are  scattered across the city. The narrow lanes cast a spell so strong that one cannot resist exploring them. Every dilapidated building in Shimla has a unique story of its own. We will also visit the Shimla State Museum. Come, join us to explore the city full of secrets of days gone by.

Meeting Time
11:15 am
Event Date
Event Time
11:30 am ~ 01:00 pm
Shimla | 16.02.2020 | 11:30 AM - 01:00 PM

A Walk through the Galleries of Shimla’s State Museum

Led By

Kajol Gera

Meeting Time

11:15 AM

Meeting point

Outside Hotel Cecil, Chaura Maidan

About the walk

This event is ticketed.

Shimla, ‘the Queen of Hills’, stretches nearly 9.2 km from east to west and is built on top of seven hills. Once the summer capital of British India, Shimla is known for the heritage buildings preserved in their original Tudorbethan style of architecture. The heritage of Shimla is as enthralling as its rich culture. The city welcomes the tourists with the scent of deodar and pine forests which are  scattered across the city. The narrow lanes cast a spell so strong that one cannot resist exploring them. Every dilapidated building in Shimla has a unique story of its own. We will also visit the Shimla State Museum. Come, join us to explore the city full of secrets of days gone by.

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Please Note

•Entry fees to the monuments are to borne by the participants. The museum has a nominal fee of ₹30/- for Indian nationals and ₹100/- for foreign nationals.

•Parking not available. 

•Photography allowed inside the museum at a payment of ₹50/-, to be borne by the participants.

•Please wear comfortable walking shoes, and carry drinking water and an umbrella.