Museum in Mumbai
Mumbai being a historical city, the relics of the past have been stored securely for the future generations to see and appreciate. These you can see at the various Musuems that are there, all over the city.
The Mani Bhavan Sangrahalaya is a quaint Gujarati-style, two storied house on Laburnum Road, Mumbai where Gandhiji lived from 1917 to 1934. It is now converted into a mus
The FD Alpaiwala Museum, named after a Parsi merchant, is run by the Parsi Panchayat of Bombay. The museum was open for public in 1954. But it had to be restored in 1984,
The Monetary Museum is located on the ground floor of the RBI. This unique museum envisages documenting and preserving the monetary heritage of India. It has three galler
Nehru Science Centre, first conceived as a Science & Technology Museum in late sixties, took final shape as India's largest interactive science centre in 1977 to match th
Mumbai boasts of many museums but Antarang is a museum with a difference. It is probably the only Sex Museum in India which draws a large number of sex workers and their
The BEST Transport Museum was set up in 1984 at BEST’s Kurla depot, but was later shifted to Anik depot in 1993. It features amateur mini models of BEST buses and the a
The Town Hall-Asiatic Library is a popular architecture of Mumbai. It is the oldest library in Mumbai. Located near the Horniman Circle Town Hall, it is a huge and magnif
Taraporewala Aquarium is situated along the Marine Drive in Mumbai. It has a good collection of sea and fresh water fishes and other marine life. Its Management is planni
Named as Victoria & Albert Museum in 1872, the “Bhau Daji Lad Museum” is the oldest museum in Mumbai, India.............
Founded in the early 1900s, this Museum is one of the premier cultural institutions in the country. The Foundation Stone of the Museum was laid by the Prince of Wales on