Mussoorie, in India, is known as “The Queen of the Hills” and is a famous tourist spot. People from all over the world come here either to spend summer vacations or for the education of their children. Mussoorie is a small town of British origin with famous institutions.
It is 35 km away from Dehra Dun the capital of Uttarakhand.
Mussoorie Public School is situated on the famous Mall in the heart of the town. Sites adjoining Mussoorie Public School are the famous Rope Way to Gunhill and the General Post Office, which is very close to the main entrance of the school. The famous Camel’s Back Road also provides the school with its second entrance, where vehicles can reach right up to the school campus. The Mall Road is the favourite haunt of the teachers of Mussoorie Public School for an evening stroll. Ninety percent of the luxury Hotels of the town are situated on the Mall giving a vast choice and variety to the visitors.
Updated on: [October 09, 2018]