Small but interesting museum on the history of Tibet and its people.
Bhagsunag fall has many waterfalls, an ancient temple, a public swimming pool, numerous slate quarries and a fresh water spring. From the Bhagsunag temple, the waterfall is at a trek of 1 km. The view from the waterfall is magnificent.
Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts
Stage performances of traditional Tibetan dance, music, and theatre. The shows are not happening much.
Naam Art Gallery
Permanent exhibition of watercolours and acrylic paintings by Elizabeth Buschmann and oil paintings by Alfred W. Hallett. A small exhibition centre is also present in the mall, in the market just as one approaches the Bhagsu Nag temple.
This is the largest Tibetan temple outside Tibet, and it has a large meditation hall containing some beautiful statues and thangkas, as well as a Kalachakra temple with beautiful murals. It is the monastery of the Dalai Lama, and is located just in front of his residence. On the basement level of the complex you will also find the Namgyal Cafe, which is run as a work-training center for Tibetan youth the Namgyal Cafe has shifted to near the main square and is now housed within the OM hotel there.
Near the Tibetan Government in Exile, with a small but interesting museum.