LAXMI NARAYAN TEMPLE COMPLEX: With six main Shikhara style temples and several smaller shrines, this is renowned for its finely executed classical forms.
HARI RAI TEMPLE: This is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and dates back to the 11th Century.
OTHER TEMPLES: The profusion of temples in Chamba and their craftsmanship is remarkable. Some important shrines are Champavati, Vijreshwari, Sui Mata and Chamunda Devi.
THE CHOWGAN: Chamba's wide concourse is the hub of much of the towns activity and also serves as its promenade.
RANGMAHAL: This old palace is an interesting mix of colonial and saracenic architectural styles.
AKHAND CHANDI PALACE: Now a college, this imposing building once housed Chamba's ruling family. Much of the original craftsmanship can still be seen.
BHURI SINGH MUSEUM: Named after Raja Bhuri Singh of Chamba, this is a treasure house of Chamba's rich past. The exhibits include copper plates, murals, doorways, costumes, paintings and stone carvings.
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH: Over a century old, this is a charming dressed stone structure with lancet windows.