St. John In The Wilderness, Mcleod Ganj
St. John In The Wilderness, Mcleod Ganj - Address
Address: Road to Naddi Village from McLeod Ganj, Dharamshala, Himachal Pradesh, India
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About St. John In The Wilderness, Mcleod Ganj
Situated near Dharamshala, on the way to McLeod Ganj lies the St. John in the Wilderness Church. Surrounded by a dense forest of deodar trees, the church is an Anglican church dedicated to John the Baptist. It was built in the year 1852 and since then has survived an earthquake of a 7.8 magnitude.
St. John In The Wilderness Opening and Closing Hours
- Church is open on Sunday mornings for a weekly 10:00 am service.
How To reach St. John In The Wilderness by Public Transport
- Hiring an auto rickshaw is recommended.
Restaurants Near St. John In The Wilderness
- Eateries present in McLeod Ganj market or in Naddi village.
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Actually I liked this place. Calm and amidst the wilderness. Graveyard also behind the church. The church is not big but it is very old and looks so good among such greenery and beauty all around. Must visit when you are in Dharamshala. Sheldon you will find a church in such peace and that too such an old church. Be here and spend some good time and sit and spare some time and you will surely feel good.
British church built in 1853 in the lap of nature. Surrounded by a graveyard. Nice place to spend some peaceful time
Good place in the lap of dhouladhaar range.silence all-around make your visit peaceful and Serene .
The lone church standing amidst Tall devdar trees tells volumes about it's historical importance.
Beautiful. Classic 18th century monument resting amidst the wilderness. Worth a visit.