Situated inside the Anthropological Survey of India is the famous museum - also known as Zonal Museum. Founded in the year 1971, The Museum was built with an aim to foster the culture and customs of the inhabitants living in the foothills of the Himalayan peaks. The museum showcases the cultural and physical anthropology of the Himalayas.
Tapovan sits in the arms of the sacred Ganges and is an important attraction for folks interested in exploring the mythology of this place. Legends have it that Dronacharya, a master of advanced military art, had inflicted punishment on himself here. On the bank of the Ganges, one can spot myriad Sadhus, offering prayers, to please God.
Also known as the Guchhipani or Guchu Pani, Robber’s Cave - which is situated in the suburban parts of Dehradun - is the favourite picnic spot for many tourists, located just 8 kilometres from the heart of the city. The overall symmetry makes Robber's Cave a perfect destination for those contemplating visiting a location that offers a picture-perfect view of nature.
Located approximately 14 km from Dehradun city, Sahastradhara is a glorious tourist destination in Dehradun. People throng Sahastradhara every year in large numbers to witness the majesty of caves and waterfalls.