Christ's Church is situated on the busiest street of the town, the Mall Road. Constructed during the British era in Gothic style architecture, the grand church is amongst famous tourist attractions of the town. It is one of the prominent churches of the hill station, other being the Chapel of Lawrence School (Sanawar), Baptist Church and the St. Patrick's, Irish Roman Catholic Church adjoining St. Mary’s School.
The Baptist Church showcases the beautiful blend of Gothic and Indian style of architecture. Built in the year 1923 by British, the church is among the most visited structures in town.
Dagshai, nestled in the Shivalik foothills, is among the oldest British cantonments in the country. The cantonment area is located at an altitude of 6000 ft above the sea level. At the top of Dagshai hill, colourful red and green rooftops school campuses exist, which dates back to 1876. The village located on the hill-peak also features a soccer field, where Durand Cup was hosted.
The Mall or The Mall Road is the busiest region of the town that offers numerous shopping options. Visitors can engage in nature walks through the Upper Mall and Lower Mall streets. Walker’s Paradise is the main centre of the destination's social life.
Kasauli Brewery is the world's highest distillery, located in the outskirts of Kasauli town. The distillery and brewery were established in 1820's by Edward Dyer. This location was chosen due to the fine spring water and climatic conditions, similar to Scotland. Brewing and distilling equipment of England and Scotland that included copper pot stills, which were used then, are utilized even today.
Baba Balak Nath Temple
Baba Balak Nath Temple, a hill-top temple, is among the most frequented shrines of the town. The Sidh Baba Balak Nath Temple is located on the Graner Hill. This cave temple dedicated to Baba Balak Nath, an ardent follower of Lord Shiva.