Sightseeing Places in Ooty
Nilgiri Mountain Railway
This railway is built during the British regime in 1908 is one of the World Heritage Sites. You can experience a stretch of 46 Km train journey starting from Mettupalyam and continue through tunnels, curves, bridges and beautiful sceneray and reach ooty in 5 hours.
This is a famous picnicking spot in Ooty. You can enjoy paddle boating and spend leisure time with your loved ones. This was built in the year 1825 and is 2.5 Km long lake amidst the scenic beauty of the Nilgiris.
A must visit place in Ooty is Botanical Garden with 22 hectares of are and more than 650 species of flowers and trees. This place is a horticulturist’s delight and you will also get to see 20 million years old fossil tree.
Maharaja of Mysore built this summer bungalow in the year 1844. You will travel back in the times and witness colonial era by visiting this palace.
Take your kids to the Government Museum and you can have fun while learning. This museum is located on the Mysore Road and is a store house of interesting relics of tribal art and culture.
All tea lovers must visit this museum close to Dodabetta Tea Factory in Ooty. This museum is on a sprawling 1 acre area surrounded with tea plantations and beautiful Nilgiris Mountains.
MRC Golf Club
Situated at an altitude of 7200 meters and extends over 195 acres of green land, Ooty Golf Club is a feast for the eyes.
From Cunoor this place is located at a distance of 8 Kms and is one of the famous tourist spots. Lamb’s Rock offers spectacular views of the lush forest, Nilgiri hills and coffee and tea estates.
This is another view point located 1000 feet above sea level is in Cunoor. You will have breath taking experience by visiting this magnificent place.
This is in the heart of Ooty and maintained by the Government. This is one of the largest gardens in India and a famous tourist spot in South India. The garden is spread across 10 acres of land and houses some of the largest species of roses.