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Top 10 Things to Do in Fort, Mumbai

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  • Sourav_KS
    Pune, India30 contributions
    Earlier known as "Prince of Wales Museum", building itself is a heritage building.
    Good and unique artefacts on display and very informative particularly the Natural History section.
    A proper visit can consume 2-3 hours and the museum closes at 5.00 PM, so folks can plan accordingly.

    Recommended for all age groups.

    People are allowed to click photos for which they have to buy an additional ticket and they will give you a wrist band to display.
    Written 22 November 2021
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  • Rana O
    Istanbul, Turkey107 contributions
    Train tour for Maharastra.Good train .they need new aircondition system.wi-fii didnt work mostly.The route were good.we visited lots of interesting places.
    Written 30 December 2019
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  • Vinod S
    17 contributions
    Interesting exhibitions of local artists and sometimes photographic exhibitions on the first floor, plus a small gallery for individual artists.
    Written 25 February 2020
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  • K Bharucha
    Pune District, India9 contributions
    We did the Bombay High Court Heritage Walk with our guide Rupali D'souza from the Directorate of Tourism. Rupali was a great guide and took us through the history of the Court and pointed out the architectural details as we walked around. The tour was informative and worth doing.
    My only grouse is that photography was not permitted within the premises. Would have loved to take photographs of the architectural details.
    Written 7 November 2021
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  • MWandAW
    North Sydney, Australia3,658 contributions
    My wife an I visited St Thomas Anglican Cathedral (Built in 1718), as part of a city guided tour. We were shown the important features of the church, rather than just allowing us to look around, take photos and leave. The visit by the King George V and Queen Mary of England to the Cathedral on 3 November 1911 was an important event in its history, but surely the visit by a living Saint is just as important. Mary Teresa Bojaxhiu of India (Saint Teresa of Calcutta) also visited for a service on 8 January 1993 and there is a brass plate where she sat. The pews inside the Cathedral are a really beautiful place of tranquility on weekdays, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The other claim to fame is the Cathedral marks colonial Bombay's point zero, the exact centre of the city. A visit to this city's Anglican Cathedral to see these items, is certainly recommended.
    Written 26 March 2020
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  • Albert Y
    Lucca, Italy34 contributions
    This clock tower is quite tall and the clock is large and so the time is easy to read. It is decorated with stature of indian figures. College Gothic architecture.
    Written 3 June 2022
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  • golouis99
    Jerusalem, Israel588 contributions
    This synagogue built in the 19th century has only a small conregation today. The building has been restored recently. Inside there is no elevator and a lot of stairs. Photography inside the building is only permitted on payment of fee (about $7). Interesting history of small community that was very involved in commercial and civic life in Mumbai.
    Written 18 December 2019
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  • KiritK
    Mumbai, India291 contributions
    The majestic facade of the building gives the area the Royal touch n is photographers choice for Photo Shoots n also during night time lighting adds to the decor
    Written 6 November 2019
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  • mbalajicool
    Mumbai, India123 contributions
    This is a very quiet place in the heart of the hustle and bustle of Mumbai, It gives a lot of relief to the office goers during the lunch break or in the evenings. the maintainence has improved over the last few years.
    Written 7 January 2020
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  • Sandy_JSR
    Jamshedpur, India1,179 contributions
    Flora Fountain is a well-known landmark in Mumbai. The fountain is situated at Fort area at busy road junction, an impressive statue of the Roman Goddess crowns this structure and adds to its architectural beauty. When the sun sets, Flora Fountain present an excellent view under bright illumination.
    Written 26 July 2021
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  • meena1981
    Bokaro Steel City, India492 contributions
    Itis located in Sir Cowasji Jahangir Public Hall in Colaba, southern Mumbai. it promotes the modern trends in arts.It conducts exhibitions on a regular basis.One can see here the art works of renowned artists like Thomas Daniell, R.N Tagore, Nandalal Bose, G.N Tagore, M.F. Hussain, F.N. Souza, Raja Ravi Varma, Amrita Sher-Gil and Jamini Roy. Also one can see here art works of other legendary foreign artists such as Picasso and Egyptian artefacts such as mummies, statues etc.For a artiest it is a best place.
    Written 26 June 2019
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  • macedonboy
    Glasgow, UK1,56,914 contributions
    The David Sassoon Library and Reading Room is the oldest library still in use in Mumbai. The library is a very handsome looking Neo-Gothic building. Inside, it looks like an old school reading room with a lot of old world charm, especially with the way the reading desks and books are arranged.

    A nice place to visit for a bit of history and old world charm. The condition of the interior is a little sad though. There’s a lot of peeling paint all over the walls and water damage in parts of the ceiling. See it before it all falls apart!
    Written 30 November 2019
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  • Nikhil P
    Mumbai, India1,327 contributions
    This is a restricted entry places where only people belonging to Parsi community are allowed to enter. Nonetheless, persons from other faiths can have a look from outside .
    Written 28 June 2019
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  • Hooray H
    London, UK2,257 contributions
    When you explore the area & see how wonderful the buildings are, this is a very unimpressive building, except for it's height!
    Written 10 March 2019
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  • Naresh1936
    Mumbai, India366 contributions
    BNHS, Hornbill House, near Kala Ghoda, is dedicated to research in nature and natural history. It is a storehouse of knowledge on subjects related to nature. It organises tours for enthusiasts to visit places of interest in india and abroad. It is possible to become its member for a nominal membership fee, and enjoy its activities.
    Written 5 January 2020
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