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Shopping In Mussoorie

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10 shopping places in Mussoorie

The Mall

Here from woollens, handicrafts, and the famous Ladakhi shawls, to freshly baked biscuits and boxes of cherries—a stroll along Mall Road will tick all the items off your shopping list. It houses several shops that sell a plethora of items, you can find anything here. From wonderful local handicrafts, snuggly clothes, exquisite paintings, stylish shoes to excellent wooden carvings, they have them all and more. This is one of the most popular shopping precincts in this scenic hill station.

Location: The Mall Road Mussoorie     


Tibetan Market

 The Tibetan Market is a good place to shop for cheap clothes, electronics, shawls, wall hangings and other nondescript knick-knacks. Comprising of tiny stalls crammed together, this is where you need to put your bargaining skills to use—haggling is the only way to go. Sift through the piles, and you’ll be surprised by some of the stuff you’ll find—which can be anything from a pair of warm flannel pyjamas or a pretty embroidered shirt, to a toy car fitted with neon lights or even a beautifully crafted lapis string.

Location: Mall Road, Mussoorie


Sister bazaar

For Shoppers, Mussoorie has an age old market called Sisters Bazaar. You'll find here few shops from where you can buy souvenirs for family and friends. It has tea stalls serving ginger tea and omelettes with a taste that will leave you wanting for more. There is a famous confectionery by the name of Prakash Brother, famous for its Cheddar Cheese. The area offers enchanting walks and treks. One of them is the beautiful Fairy’s Glen that leads you to Tehri Road.

Location: Mussoorie, Uttarakhand, India


Landour Bazaar

Landour Bazaar is famous for its high quality shoes. There are local cobblers’ outlets where famous personalities flock to order custom-made leather shoes and sandals with fabulous designs.  Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar also visits this market for premium quality shoes when he is in the town. Not only shoes, you can also shop for snuggly woollens, exquisite antiques and delicate ceramic crockery at Landour Bazaar. Some other attractions of Landour Bazaar are Mullingar Estate Woodstock School, Char Dukan (a cluster of local shops) and St Paul's Church.

Location: Landour, Mussoorie, Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India


Kulri Bazaar

Kulri Bazaar is one of the place offers a plethora of options for shopaholics. A one stop destination for shopping, Kulri Bazaar enthralls you with a plethora of options, ranging from amazing local handicrafts to delightful sweets and confectionery, branded stuff, exquisite silver jewellery to stylish shoes. Take a look around and stock your bags with your favorite items. There are several food joints that offer some moments of relaxation over great food and refreshing drinks.

Location:  Kulri bazar, Mussoorie, Dehradun, Uttarakhand


Library Bazaar

It is also known as Gandhi Chowk as it has a huge statue of Mahatma Gandhi at one of its corners. Known for its bustling streets with small shops that offers a true shopping delight, the Bazaar is a must visit on a tourist’s list. Don't forget to haggle before you shop for your favorite stuff as the shopkeepers Quote higher prices for tourists.  You can experience the vintage charm by taking a stroll in this famous Bazaar in Mussoorie.

Location: Library Bazaar, Gandhi Chowk, Mussoorie, Dehradun, Uttarakhand


 Classic Emporium

Classic Emporium has evolved into something of an institution in Mussoorie. Selling a wide range of handicrafts—from home décor items to jewellery—in brass, porcelain, wood and cloth, this is undoubtedly the best place to make a pit-stop if you’re looking for a souvenir from your trip. From here one can buy handmade jewellery boxes and beautifully crafted candle-stands, to Tibetan sculptures, lampshades and jewellery.

Location: Shop no. 7, Hotel Hammer International, The Mall, Mussoorie City Special


Prakash store

Prakash store in Sister's Bazaar one of the hill station's must-visits for its delicious stock of cheese, jams, peanut butter and candy even today. Try their yak milk cheese, the St. Dalfour jelly (choose from among plum, apricot and raspberry), and the home-made peanut butter—this is one spot you don't want to miss.

Location: Sister's Bazaar, Mussoorie


U. P. Cottage & Village Industries

The U. P. Cottage & Village Industries is a storehouse in its own way. With choices when it comes to shopping you will be pleasantly surprised by a wide collection they have which boasts of wonderful local handicrafts, stylish belts, beautiful imitation jewellery, designer purses and wallets and intricate imitation jewellery.

Location:  No 2 Clearance House, The Mall, Mussoorie, Dehradun, Uttarakhand



Cambridge Book Depot

If you want to read or buy a new book while holidaying in Mussoorie, make your way to the Cambridge Book Depot. A famous book store, it has a wide collection of literature from all across the globe. One major highlight of this place is that the famous author, Ruskin Bond, visits the Cambridge Book Depot every Saturday evening at 4 PM. As a result, the store is usually packed with visitors keen to meet Ruskin Bond on Saturdays.

Location: The Mall Road, Mussoorie, Uttarakhand 247663, India


By Air:

Jolly Grant Airport is the nearest Airport to Mussoorie. It is situated 60kms from Mussoorie with well metalled roads. Taxis are easily available from Jolly Grant Airport to Mussoorie. Jolly Grant Airport is well connected to Delhi with daily flights.

By Railway:

The nearest railway station to Mussoorie is Dehradun Railway station. Dehradun is well connected by trains from major cities of India. There are two trains that run daily between Delhi to Dehradun and vice-versa. Mussoorie is located 36kms from Dehradun Railway Station. Shatabdi Express and Mussoorie Express are the two major trains connecting Dehradun with major cities of India. Taxis and Buses are asily available from Dehradun to Mussoorie.

By Road:

Mussoorie is well connected with motorable roads. Luxury and normal Buses to Mussoorie are easily available from ISBT Kashmiri Gate. Buses and Taxis to Mussoorie are also available from major destinations of Uttarakhand state like Dehradun, Rishikesh, Haridwar and Tehri, etc.


Kempty falls:

Kempty Falls is popular among the tourists who visit Mussoorie and this cascading waterfall has successfully lured tourists from the very beginning. Kempty Falls is located 15kms from Mussoorie on the Chakrata road surrounded by high green mountains and is set at an altitude of 4500ft. The fall offers astonishing view of scattered drops of water falling from the height of 40ft and the waterfall splits into five streams .



Bhadraj Temple:

It is situated at a distance of 15kms from Mussoorie and is an ideal place for trekking. Bhadraj Temple is located on the extreme western region of Mussoorie and thus offers a splendid view of the Doon Valley, Chakrata ranges and the Jaunsar Bawar area of Garhwal Himalayas. The temple is dedicated to Lord Bal Bhadra, brother of Lord Krishna, and is situated atop a hill. Bhadraj temple organizes a fair in the third week of August (Shravan Sankranti) every year. 



Dhanaulti is situated 25kms from Mussoorie amidst thick alpine forests of deodar, rhododendron and oak and it offers an atmosphere of perfect peace & tranquility. Dhanaulti often brings surprise for the tourists as the beauty of Dhanaulti is yet to be explored and is less popular amongst people. The woods, cool environment, scenic valleys, lovely weather and enchanting view of snow capped peaks of majestic Himalayan range makes it an ideal retreat for a relaxed holiday. 

Nag Tibba:

Nag Tibba is a located around 55 km from Mussoorie. Nag Tibba falls just a few ft shorts from the breathtaking height of 10,000ft. It is the highest peak around the hill resort which is covered by thick alpine forests. It is an ideal spot for trekkers who are in love with nature and its divine beauty and it is also opened for trekkers throughout the year. 


The city of Dehradun is the capital of Uttaranchal and the headquarters of Dehradun district. Dehradun is surrounded by the Himalayas in the north, the Shivalk Hills to the south, the Yamuna to the west and the Ganga to the east. Dehradun is the gateway to the famous hill station of Mussoorie and the pilgrimage spots of Haridwar and Rishikesh.  It is situated 35kms from Mussoorie. 



Rishikesh is an ideal spot for white water rafting and camping on the river beach. Rishikesh comer under the shivalik range of the Himalayas and the place is also the home of numerous temples. It is one of the busiest places of Uttarakhand where lakhs of tourists visit every month throughout the year. Rishikesh is situated 89kms from Mussoorie.





Haridwar is situated at an altitude of 295mts above sea level on the banks of the sacred Ganga River. It is the gateway to the Char Dhams of Hindus situated in Uttarakhand, namely Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri, Yamunotri. Haridwar is also written as Hardwar. The meaning of Haridwar in hindi language means Dwar of Hari or Gateway to God where 'Hari' means god and 'dwar' means gate. Haridwar is visited by lakhs of devotees every month to take a sacred dip in the holy water of Ganga River.


Shopping in Mussoorie :



The main shopping areas in Mussoorie are the Library, Kulri Bazaar and Landour Bazaar that sell curios, ethnic jewellery, as well as antiques. Beyond Kulri Bazaar a road goes 5 kms up to the old cantonment area of Landour. Shops in the market sell Raj memorabilia, silver jewellery and books. You can pick up beautifully handcrafted walking sticks among other things from shops on the Mall. Just below the mall Road is a Tibetan market where one can buy sleeping bags, windcheaters, sweaters and shawls at very reasonable prices.


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