Mumbai is one of the most important cities in India. It is also the most crowded city in the country. With its great historic significance and rich local culture, you don’t want to miss this city during your visit to India.
Explore space and the stars at this edutainment-based planetarium, which is named after India’s first prime minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. Learn about astronomy here through an engaging and fun learning experience.
Gateway of India
No visit to Mumbai is complete without going to this symbolic monument. Located on the waterfront in South Mumbai, this grand monument was built to honour King George V’s 1911 landing in the city. Revel in its unique design, influenced by Hindu, Muslim and Roman architectural styles.
This is one of the largest amusement parks in the whole of India. Not only are there classic park rides like the rollercoaster and carousel, but this park also has an ice-skating rink, dance floor and bowling alley. Bring your loved ones here for a fun day out!
King Shivaji Museum
The museum has a large collection of about 50,000 exhibits, from which you can learn about various subjects from ancient Indian history to Indian wildlife.
Located on Elephanta Island, this collection of cave temples is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most of the temples are dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and are more than 1,500 years old. There are amazing detailed stone carvings of legendary stories on the cave walls.