St. Patrick’s Church is another excellent location that the British left behind, surrounded by plummeting green trees and pine valleys. Tourists visiting St. Patrick’s Church, located in the blooming landscapes of Dalhousie, will be infected by the place’s old-world charm. The chapel was built by officers and ranks of the British Army in 1909 in the ancient Cantonment area of Dalhousie. The church is about a 2-kilometre walk from the central bus stop on Military Hospital Road.
St. Patrick’s Church is Dalhousie’s largest church, with seating for roughly 300 people on Sundays. The church is notable for its stunning architecture and large central hall. Like other churches in Dalhousie, it is overseen and maintained by the Catholic Diocese of Jalandhar. The church is regarded as one of North India’s most magnificent churches. The church has been around for more than a century, but it still has the same allure and charisma that draws visitors from India.