Chail wildlife sanctuary – in the year 1976 the oak and deodar forest surrounding the town was declared as a sanctuary. This place is home to many endangered and rare species. Chail wildlife sanctuary is home to animals like sambar, goral, Himalayan black bear, red deer, barking deer, Indian hare, common langur, leopard, Kashmiri flying squirrel, rhesus macaque etc.
Sidh baba ka mandir – the place on which this temple is made was reserved for the palace of bhupinder Singh. However, the maharaja had a dream of a saint who said that the place was used by him for meditation. This made the maharaja abandon his plans and make a temple there.
Maharaja’s palace – this palace is situated on the rajgarh hills and was the summer retreat of maharaja bhupinder Singh. Spread over around 75 acres this stunning edifice offers panoramic view some fantastic locations of the town. In 1972 this place was acquired by the himachal tourism and this place was turned in to a heritage hotel.
Cricket ground – chail is the proud owner of a cricket ground on the highest altitude. Built in the year 1893, this place is almost 2144 m high. The ground is marvelous with tall deodar trees encompassing it. Apart from cricket, polo is also played on this ground.
Kandaghat - kandaghat is approximately 20 kms away from the Chail Township. Kandaghat offers some fascinating places to tourists like the chail view palace, the Shiva temples, baba thadda mulla and the Karol ranges. In addition to this, kandaghat also has the government polytechnic college for women. The Karol ranges have a Krishna temple and a cave and it is a myth that the pandavas dug this cave.