The most conspicuous edifice of the British regime, the Protestant Church in Dalhousie is a reminiscent of the Victorian era. This soaring formation is a replica of the Roman Catholic Church of England. Built in the year 1863, the protestant church happens to be the oldest shrine in the city. Situated at the busy Gandhi Chowk, this elegant building bears enormous historical connotation.
The library attached to the church contains a rich compilation of books as well as rare photographs, which gives clearcut information about the history and culture of Dalhousie. This imposing structure is nested in the backdrop of pretty surroundings. Though tainted, the stain glass portholes of this church are still holding its magnificence. Every Sunday there will be regular services in the Church.