Chaugan: The nerve centre of Chamba, Chaugan is a grassy open area, ideal for leisure, picnics and holding of sporting events. The heart of the town serves as the cultural and entertainment centre for celebrations and festivals. The Chaugan plays host to the annual Minjar Mela.

Laxmi Narayan Temple Complex: Built in stone and capped with a circular slate roofed supported on wooden beams, the shikhara-styled architecture of the Lakshmi Narayan temple complex, consisting of 6 temples is a landmark of the historical town. The main temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, was built by Raja Sahil Varman who founded the town. Interestingly, three of these temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva and one to Radha Krishna. 

Bhuri Singh Museum: Raja Bhuri Singh, a former ruler of Chamba in his lifetime (1908 AD) set up this museum that has a fine collection of rare paintings, coins, jewellery, musical instruments, artefacts, traditional arms and armours. Other artefacts on permanent display are the family's personal collection of miniature paintings. There are also some rare copper-plate inscriptions and other historical documents preserved in this museum.  

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