Get Mesmerised by the Culture of Himachal Pradesh with Shimla Holiday Packages

Shimla, located in the state of Himachal Pradesh, is considered to be one of the hubs of tourism in India. Snow clad mountains, scenic lakes, temple, churches and shopping markets, make this hill station a popular tourist destination. Besides these, there are many other beautiful structures that are worth visiting in this city, and one such attraction is the Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex. Built during the British rule in India, this complex is an important centre for all cultural, literary and theatrical events in the region. When you come to this beautiful city, do remember to visit this wonderful cultural complex. You can opt for Shimla tour packages to visit more such amazing places in this hill station.

The Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex

This complex was designed by Henry Irwin and depicts the Gothic-Victorian architectural style. The planning and construction of the Gaiety Theatre and the Town Hall (now known as the municipal corporation) was done simultaneously. In June 1938, this theatre staged its first drama event. It has been a stage for many national and international artists over the years. In order to make the complex more attractive and also to preserve its heritage, this complex was renovated with no alteration made to the existing structure. Since June 2010, various schools in the region have performed cultural events in the Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex. Some of the highlights in this complex are the art gallery, which exhibits traditional and contemporary artwork and City Museum, which displays historical artwork and crafts of this region.

Holiday Trip

A vacation in this delightful hill station with family can be an amazing experience. Choose from the various Shimla holiday packages on offer by travel websites to enjoy the most in this city. You can also get other wonderful travel packages India on these websites. Get a glimpse of the culture of the state of Himachal Pradesh with a visit to the Gaiety Heritage Cultural Complex.


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