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Tourism in Jutogh

Jutogh is one of the most famous place, where people from all over the globe visit this place to see some of the interesting places that have historical background. Jutogh Tourism gives you a great leisure as well as helps you to know the story behind each attraction.

Since, this place lies in the Shimla region, people visiting Shimla, can pass through this town once.  This will let you to meet different people, and their culture, as well as watch or participate in the very few recreational activities done here. There are series of Rocks in Jutogh, and also the Bunking Point, and the Kali Mata Mandir. These are the most famous spots of the Jutogh town in Himachal Pradesh. Below are some other popular tourists attractions that will help you to have a keen idea about the Jutogh town. 
  • St. Michael Church
  • Dead House
  • Jagatgarh Fortress
  • Military museum
  • Youth Culture and Sports Club

St. Michael Church in Jutogh

It is said that around two thousand people of Shimla, belong to the Christian community; while, 150 families of these, live in Shimla. And there are more than 150 Christian families who are adjusted to the 5 major churches and they often visit the major churches.

Jutogh St.Michael Church

As per the records, The Christ Church is well-connected with the 78 families, and St.Michael' s Church of Jutogh comes under similar category (pastorate). While, the St. Michael Church is the very popular Church that lies in the Jutogh, and people from this town as well as surrounding region, rush to the church to offer their prayers.

Military Museum in Jutogh

If you visit Jutogh, you must be able to visit Jutogh Museum (a Military Museum). There is a nice Military museum which displays the history of Annandale, the major events as well as the wars that took place. And this has become the important Shimla Agreement during the 1971 war (between India and Pakistan). However, it is good for every Tourists to visit this military museum at least once in their lifetime to get the live experience of the wars.

The Military Museum (an art gallery), that was launched in the year 1974, has been upholding the protect hill-out as well as the cultural wealth of the Jutogh, such as the collection of antique Pahari paintings, the wooden  and bronze sculptures, coins, boutiques and ornaments, etc. are found here.

This Museum is also well-known as The Indian Institute of Advanced Studies. This was a replacement of the former Viceregal Lodge (stayed strong till 1884 – 1888). This is an ultimate museum that has a more history, about the Indo-Pakistan wars. 

Jagatgarh Fortress in Jutogh

This Jagatgarh  fortress was said to be the origin of the present or the modern Jutogh, and is popular with the name military cantonment that adjoins Shimla.

Dead House in Jutogh

Jutogh Dead House

Dead House is the place of the British era Army, where people were supposed to keep the dead bodies in this small area, which is therefore called as the 'Dead House'.

Youth Culture and Sports Club in Jutogh

Youth Culture and Sports Club (YCSC), was founded by the energetic youth who belongs to the Jutogh Cantt with the intention to serve their club work for the sake of sports and social activities as well as public welfare and other cultural activities.

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