The Cantonment Church Tower dates back to the British era. It is a splendid example of colonial architecture. It was built by the British Government in 1806. The Church is dedicated to St. James, one of Jesus Christ’s disciples. The tower reaches a height of thirty-five meters. An ornamental cross sits on the top. The tower is visible from miles away. The Church is a four-storey building, built along the lines of Roman architectural style. It has been declared as a historical monument by Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage.