Kurseong Tourism & Travel Guide

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Dowhill School

There have been reports that the forest that surrounds the school is haunted. People have seen a headless boy roaming in the forest and then, he diminishes suddenly. Legend has it that innumerable murders took place in the forest.
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Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Museum

Situated right beside the Ghum Railway Station, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Museum showcases the history of the iconic Himalayan railways over a period of two centuries. From tickets dating back to 1883, when a trip from Darjeeling to Ghum used to cost only Rs 0.66, to the development and implementation of the steam engine, everything is up for display.
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About Kurseong

Kurseong, located about 30 km from Darjeeling, is for travellers who are looking to get away from the chaos of typical hill stations. With tea gardens as the region's landscape, Kurseong is as charming as it is lively and a perfect weekend destination if you are in West Bengal. There are a number of spots here that promise you an overwhelming view of the enveloping mountains – the most significant being the clear views of the mighty Kanchenjunga. Like any other hill station, Kurseong has its share of lovely touristy spots including Dow Hill, Eagle Craig and various tea estates including Makaibari Tea Estate (which is said to be the oldest tea estate in the region). If you are looking to explore the town completely, it's best to get in touch with some locals and discover hidden gems including trekking sites and birdwatching spots.

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