Attractions In Mussoorie - Shopping

SHOPPING!!!! Here it will be a wonderfull experiance.. You can enjoy the real veriety of shopping items.. We have put together the best shopping haunts in Mussoorie for all of them to purchase most suiteble items & back to home with lots of solid momories.

Cambridge Bookstore : One of the oldest book shops of Mussoorie; the owner of the shop is helpful and well-known. Ruskin Bond, the famous writer often visits this place, and all his books are quite a specialty at the store. Ram Chander & Sons – Situated close to the hotel is the mini supermarket of Mussoorie. A variety of grocery items local and imported may be bought and ordered from here.

Bhuttico Woolens : A small shop at Picture Palace that sells woolen handicrafts from Himachal Pradesh. Himachali shawls, caps and coats may be bought from here.

Antiques : One can find a vast range of interesting items from antique British furniture to small curios that are perfect for gifts. A couple of these shops may be found on the road to Mullingar whilst the popular ‘Ancient Palace’ is on the road before Picture Palace.

Wooden Handicrafts : Hill Cottage Industries is a famous shop on the Mall Road. Choose from a wide variety of wooden walking sticks, hand carved jewelry boxes, magazine racks, wooden bowls & trays and other wooden showpieces.

Kashmiri Handicrafts : Mussoorie has an abundance of Kashmiri handicraft shops… Habibullah’s the most famous of them is at the base of Mullingar. Kashmir Art Emporium is another place to visit.

Woolen Clothes : There is an abundance of hand knitted woolen clothes in Mussoorie the Pioneer Store is best for children.

The Himalayan Haat : Located on the slope near Mullingar, this little store sells lentils, juices, jams and products gathered and produced in the hills. Hand made shawls are a speciality of the store.

Panchachuli : Panchachuli Women Weavers is a development program, which facilitates economic and social independence for women in the Indian Himalayas. A wide array of woolen shawls, merino, pashmina etc. are available in this tiny shop.

Prakash’s Store : One of the oldest grocery stores in town, this homely store has an amazing variety. From the famous ‘Mussoorie peanut butter’ to a variety of locally produced jams and chutneys may be bought here.

Himalayan Weavers : Located 8km from Mussoorie on Mussoorie-Dhanaulti Road is Himalayan Weavers which produces hand-woven shawls, stoles, scarves and throws using only natural dyes and wool, eri silk and pashmina.

Shoe Makers : Half way up Mullingar are the famous shoe makers of Mussoorie. One may place an order with them with a design of your choice. Their craftsmanship will not disappoint you and you will leave as yet another satisfied customer. Shoes can be made within 24 hrs.

Jewelers : Mussoorie has a variety of jewelry shops, from traditional Gharwali jewelers at Landour to ethnic and junk jewelry. The Tibetan shops selling ethnic jewelry are opposite the Union Church, Kulri and below Tavern.

Tailoring : During your stay, if you like to take home a traditional Indian outfit, Fancy Tailors at Landour Bazaar will be happy to stitch you an outfit in just 2 days.