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The front of this museum is beautiful with some great statues to see and photograph. We had a very short visit here, just under an hour. Not enough time to take in everything.
We bought a camera permit so we could get pictures of some...More
This small museum is worth going to If you’re looking to learn more about India’s heritage, about their Gods, and to see artifacts and art. The facility is beautiful inside, and the items are displayed on multiple floors.
I had an outside guide as part...More
for a view of the history of the 7 islands that became Bombay or some of the local culture it is useful. but this is not laid out super well, is very hot and you need someone to help you find the treasures amidst a...More
I went on a Full Day City Tour today which included a visit to the Bhau Daji Lad Museum which was conveniently located next to Mumbai Zoo which was our next port of call (see separate Review).
The Museum is on two floors and is...More
I find museum generally boring, but I still tried for this one and my reaction was still the same. There is nothing attracting here for me. However, please note that people who like to have knowledge about history, its a good place, also one of...More
It’s a very nice museum to get a glimpse into the olden days of Mumbai. They charge a nominal fee of Rs.10 for adult ticket and Rs.5 for child ticket. Wonder if they could improvise on interior lighting to make the intricate and beautiful interiors...More
One of my favourite places to visit in Mumbai is the Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum erstwhile Victoria & Albert Museum which has been restored recently and won the UNESCO world heritage conservation award and is a must visit place for children and adults...More
One of the seven islands of the original Bombay, Byculla is one of the most evolved neighbourhoods in Mumbai that has consistently rebuilt itself for the modern-day locals while keeping its confluence of heritage and history intact. Once a home to only the wealthy, Byculla is today a home to the most diverse communities like Parsis, Iranians, Christians, Jews,
Portugese, Maharashtrians and Muslims. While the akharas (wrestling joints), world-famous Dhobi Ghat, Mumbai’s only zoo are all sprinkled across this suburb, the roads quickly lead to the more popular areas of the Haji Ali Dargah, Race Course and the Mahalakshmi Temple within a few minutes.