The places of Interest in and around Bhatelia, Mukteshwar are :

Chauli Ki Jali

Right below the “Mukteshwar Mahadev Temple” lies the famous “Chauli ki Jali” standing on steep edged rock forming a round hollow. It is said if anybody passes safely from the “Chauli ki Jali” is blessed by Lord Shiva and all his prayer are answered by the almighty. It is also believed that in olden times pilgrims going to “Kailash Mansarovar” used to surrender themselves to the almighty. A place, which is a symbol of faith, trust and worship. A combination to rejuvenate mind and soul.

Bhalu Gaad Waterfalls

The Bhalu Gaad Waterfall lies 10 kilometers from Mukteshwar town. The word Bhalu Gaad comes from two words Bhalu and Gaad where the word Bhalu means Bear and Gaad means stream in the Kumaoni language.This waterfall is quite natural and full of nature view in the Mukteshwar.Bhalu Gaad Water fall is a 60 feet high Water fall from the undiscovered source.The water flows continuously throughout the year maintaining contact with the rock .

Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI)

Indian Veterinary Institute is a british legacy engaging in live stock research and is dedicated to the development of the region.The foundation stone of research laboratory was laid by the Governor of Bombay on 9th December, 1889.In 1925, the name of the Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory was changed as Imperial Institute of Veterinary Research and the name of the Imperial Bacteriologist as the Director.

Mukteshwar Dham

Mukteshwar gets its name from a 350-year-old temple of Shiva, known as Mukteshwar Dham. This temple stands tall at the hill top and is a landmark around the city.Mukteshwar Temple is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is adorned at The Mukteshwar town owes its name from this 350 years old Shiva temple. This hill temple is perched at an elevation of 2,312 metres above sea level and offers an amazing view of the surreal landscape.

Methodist Church

One of the famous place in Mukteshwar is Methodist Church.The narrow path has been cut in rock and polished smooth over the years by passing hooves and feet, so watch your step. The church is homely, in keeping with the town it was built for. Its walls and tin roof are well preserved.

Jageshwar Temple

Jageshwar Temples, also referred to as Jageswar Temples or Jageshwar valley temples, are a group of over 100 Hindu temples dated between 7th and 12th century near Almora, in the Himalayan Indian state of Uttarakhand.The valley has a number of temple clusters such as the Dandeshwar and Jageshwar sites.