Keylong Museum: One of the main attractions of Lahaul and Spiti District is Keylong Museum. This museum of Tribal Art along with an auditorium is being established at Keylong. The museum apart from archaeological finds displays Thanka Paintings, objects of everyday use that existed before the achievement of modern mechanised equipments in the region. The museum is also having manuscripts in Bhoti Scripts and Tankri documents. The museum is also having a good auditorium for hosting cultural events. The museum is under the control of Department of Language Art and Culture.
Pin Valley National Park: It is another popular tourist spot of Lahaul and Spiti District. It is located in the Pin valley of Spiti at height of 12,000 metres above sea level. It is home to several endangered species.
Rohtang Pass: Rohtang pass (altitude 13050 feet) separates Kullu, from the exotic charm of the Lahaul valley. To the left of this pass is the little lake Sarkund. Several religious beliefs are associated with this lake.
Suraj Taal: Suraj Taal or the lake of Sun god is situated well on the summit of the Baralacha Pass, a little below an altitude of 16000 feet.
Chandra Taal: This natural lake is situated at about 14,000 feet above mean sea level. The lake lies in a broad grassy plain which in ancient times was a glacier. The lake is about a km in length and half of it in breadth. It is a beautiful tourist spot.
Trilokinath Temple: Trilokinath Temple is representative of the Kashmiri-Kannauj style of architecture. This temple attracts a large number of devotees every year. The temple is built in the classical hilly style of architecture. Like plains there is no pillared hall (mandapa) in the hills perhaps owing to non-availability of clear ground. Every year in the month of August a festival named Pauri is held there for three days when followers gather to offer prayers.
Markula Devi Temple: Markula Devi Temple goes back to Ajayvarman's reign. The wood carvings of this temple belong to two different periods, the earlier one consisting of the facade of the sanctum sanctorum and the ceiling and four main pillars of the mandapa; and the later one consisting of two additional pillars, the dwarpala statues on both sides of the facade, window panels and the architraves supporting the ceiling. The ceiling consists of nine panels of different size and shape. The facade of the temple is most richly, elaborately and intricately carved. This unique shrine is the last wooden temple built fundamentally in the region. This is a must visit place.
Spiti: Spiti possesses a memorable beauty. The wildlife in the region is really diverse offering huge scopes for exploring. Spiti has come to be known as the 'fossil park of the world'.
Kaza: Kaza makes an ideal base camp for all treks and tours within the valley.
Kunzam Pass: This pass is situated at 60 kms from Gamphu on the Gramphu-Kaza- Sumdo road. It provides chief access to the Spiti valley from Lahaul. Though higher than the Rohtang Pass, Kunzom is safer and provides easier ascent and descent. The altitude of this pass is about 4590 metres above mean sea level. The panorama as viewed from the top is breathtaking.
Kye Monastery: Overlooking Kaza from a height of about 13,500 feet, Kye monastery is largest in the valley and holds a powerful sway over the most populous part of the valley around Kaza. Thousands of devotees from all over the world visit this place every year.
Further, Lahaul and Spiti District offers a number of tourism activities in summer and winter season. The travellers can indulge in river rafting, paragliding, fishing and angling, jeep safari, rock climbing, trekking and skiing. Horse racing and arrow shooting are also very popular in Lahaul and Spiti District.