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The full day city tour you get to see landmarks and monuments, temples and art gallery, lunch a...
Visit one of the finest museums in India, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, former...
Experience the history and heritage of India on this full-day tour of the Elephanta Caves and the Pr...
This is a private tour of Mumbai. This tour can be customized for tourists who don’t have enough time but want to s...
This 6-hour tour of Mumbai is designed specially for cruise travelers who want to make the most of their limited ti...
Discover some of the city's most popular destinations on this 10-hour tour including an excursion to the intricate ...
Spend a day in the sparkling city of Mumbai and get a complete view of India's Economic Hub.You will be overwhelmed...
Explore Mumbai and visit the natural wonder that is the Elephanta Caves. Stretching 9 nautical miles across the sea...
Mumbai - despite all its wonders, is never the less a massive metropolis of varied accessibility. Discover some of ...
On this 6-hour private tour, you visit Includes Gate way of India.Dhobi Ghat, Hanging Garden, Mani Bhavan, Marine d...
Absorb the energy of modern-day Mumbai and learn about its rich history, with your private local guide, seeing Gate...
On this 4-hour, private tour, your English-speaking guide will take you to see landmarks like the Gateway of India....
Mumbai is considered the commercial capital of India and a cultural center with the moniker City of Dreams. During ...
Visit the major colonial era sites of Mumbai, including the Gateway of India, the Prince of Wales Museum, Elphinsto...
9 to 10 hrs
Explore the Mumbai full day city tour begins with an excursion to Elephanta Caves — a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After...
7 to 9 hrs
This is a private tour of Mumbai. This tour can be customized for tourists who don’t have enough time but want to see t...
Spend a day discovering the fascinating city of Mumbai with a knowledgeable tour guide. You will be overwhelmed by the s...
Housed in a Grade I Heritage Building of Indo-Saracenic architecture, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly Prince of Wales Museum, was established in 1905.
Housed in a Grade I Heritage Building of Indo-Saracenic architecture, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly Prince of Wales Museum, was established in 1905. With a wide-ranging collection of over 50,000 artifacts comprising archeological finds, historical objects, paintings and sculpture, it is the best museum in Mumbai to delve into Indian history and culture. There is also a Natural History section.
Designed by George Wittet, the Indo-Saracenic buildingâ€™s white dome was modeled on the Golconda Fort, with the inner vault inspired by the Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur and the finial by the Taj Mahal. The facade has English municipal buff brickwork incorporating the columns, railings and balcony of an 18th century Wada (a Maratha mansion) and Saracenic arches with jalis and Rajput jharokhas, leading to interiors with Jain style columns, which form the main body of the central pavilion below the Maratha balcony.
The central Key Gallery on the ground floor displays a representative collection of sculptures from ancient and medieval India, including 4th and 5th century Buddhist sculptures. Highlights are a 5th century terracotta Devotee from a Buddhist stupa in Mirpurkhas, a 2nd century sculpture of Buddha meeting an ascetic sourced from Gandhara, a 7th century Chalukyan bas-relief from Aihole of Brahma on a lotus, and a 6th century basalt stele of Mahisasuramardini from Elephanta. The Pre and Proto History collection on the mezzanine floor displays terracotta works and shell jewellery from the Indus Valley civilization sites of Mohenjodaro and Harappa. The East Wing extension has the Natural History section with dioramas and taxidermed exhibits of wildlife in India.
The first floor has the Miniature Paintings Gallery, Krishna Gallery and Nepal â€“ Tibet Gallery. Highlights include a 17th century Mughal miniature of Jehangir giving Alms to Sufi mendicants at the Ajmer Dargah Sharif, a 19th century ivory figurine of a traditionally dressed Parsi girl Bai Aimai Wadia, the 17th century Mewar Ramayana folios commissioned by Rana Jagat Singh I, a 12th century gilt bronze statue of the Maitreya Buddha and 16th century gilt bronze statue of Songtsen Gampo. The extension has the Karl & Meherbai Khandalavala Gallery, and the House of Laxmi displaying Indian coins of interest to numismatists.
The second floor has the European Painting Gallery, Decorative Arts Gallery, and the Far-Eastern Gallery which displays Chinese snuff bottles, ceramics and a 19th century Japanese cloisonnÃ©. The Arms & Armour Gallery displays a collection of medieval weaponry, highlight of which is a cuirass inscribed with religious verses, helmet and jade dagger which were worn by the Mughal Emperor Akbar.
The Bombay Natural History Society is a great source of information for those interested in flora and fauna
The Kenesseth Ellyahoo Synagogue was built in 1884 by Jacob Elias Sassoon and his brother Albert in memory of their father Eliyahoo Sassoon
The Jehangir Art Gallery is Mumbai's premier art destination, displaying modern and contemporary Indian art, as well as temporary exhibitions from all over the world
Previously known as the Sir Cowasji Jehangir Public Hall, this art gallery displays creations by Indian and international artists, including M
Authentic Indian handicrafts and furnishing
Esplanade Mansion, previously known as Watson's hotel, was one of the most posh hotels in the area until Jehangir Tata was refused entry and he went on to build the Taj Mahal Hotel which went on to become the most popular hotel in Mumbai
The Bombay Stock Exchange is housed in the Phiroze Jeejeebhoy Towers on Dalal Street
The Taj Mahal Palace is one of the finest grand old hotels in the world, favored by visiting presidents and premiers since it's opening in 1903
The Rajabai Clock Tower, located in Fort campus of the University of Mumbai, is an iconic 19th century landmark heritage structure that stands as a relic of colonial architecture, resembling the Big Ben in London