Christ Church constructed by the Britishers in 1836 is considered as the oldest church in the Himalayan Ranges. In 1906, the Princess of Wales (who later became Queen Mary of England) visited this church. She planted a deodar sapling in the courtyard of the church, and the tree is still there.
The church is built in Gothic architectural style and has stained glass windows portraying the life of Jesus Christ. The altar of the church shows the crucifixion of the Lord. The interiors of the church have been done beautifully.
Devotees in large numbers visit the church to seek blessings and wonder at the beautiful architecture. Visitors can also see a hundred year old William Hill organ, which has a lot of historical significance.