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Mumbai Museums: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya - 

Location : 159-161, MG Road, Fort, Mumbai, 400 023, India, Tel: +91 022 2284 4484.

India's famous Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is still often referred to as the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India and was founded more than 100 years ago, being built on land known in Mumbai as the 'Crescent Site'. Planned for many years and finally opening its doors to the public in 1922, the museum contains many extensive themed areas, including the Maritime Heritage Gallery and a Natural History section. Other highlights include a number of art works, historic artefacts from the Elephanta island, and weaponry displays. The building itself is particularly impressive, featuring elaborate architecture and a large central dome above the main entrance. Outside you will find beautiful gardens, full of flowers and huge palm trees.

Mumbai museum open: Tuesday to Sunday - 10:15 to 18:00 (Monday Closed)
Entry Adult Rs. 60/- Child Rs. 10/- ( Incl. Mummy Show)


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Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum

91 A, Rani Baug, Veer Mata Jijbai Bhonsle Udyan, Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar Marg, Byculla East,
Mumbai, Maharashtra 400027.India. Phone:+91-22-23731234 +91-22-65560394.

Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum is the oldest museum in Mumbai. The Museum's collection showcases the Industrial Arts and life in nineteenth century Mumbai. The year 2007 marked the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the Museum Collection. Public funds were raised to house the collection in a grand Palladian building with high Victorian interiors that was completed and opened to the public on May 2, 1872 as the Victoria & Albert Museum. The museum was renamed the Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum in 1975 in honour of the man whose vision and dedication ensured its establishment.

The Museum's collection is made up of a fine and decorative arts collection which showcases the importance of craftsmanship skills nurtured by various communities. It also has an extraordinary collection of clay models and dioramas that document the different communities who contributed to the development of Mumbai and their culture and lifestyle in the 19th and early 20th century.

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Mumbai Museums: FD Alpaiwalla Museum - 

Khareghat Memorial Hall, NS Patkar Marg, Kemps Corner, Mumbai, 400 036, India, IN
The FD Alpaiwalla Museum was established in the mid-20th century and is full of local history, with a rather diverse collection of local artefacts and relics. This attraction is known for being a community museum and also features a series of art works.
Mumbai museum open: daily
Mumbai museum admission: free

Mumbai Museums: Nehru Science Centre - 
Dr. E Moses Road, Worli, Mumbai, 400 018, India, INTel: +91 022 2493 2667
Full of exhibits covering almost everything that you could ever wish to know about science, Mumbai's Nehru Science Centre boasts more than 50 different interactive displays, which are especially popular with children. Also on offer within the centre are a number of workshops, lectures, expositions, a gift shop area and an open-air science park area. Founded in the 1960s, this museum attracts well over half a million visitors each year and covers almost 10 acres / 4 hectares.
Mumbai museum open: daily - 10:30 to 18:30

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Mumbai Museums: Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya - 

19 Laburnum Road, Mumbai, 400 007, India, IN Tel: +91 022 2380 5864
Once the actual home of India's spiritual leader Mahatma Gandhi, the Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya museum remembers the life of the world-famous individual, who was sadly assassinated in 1948. Expect to see an array of paraphernalia celebrating Gandhi's public and private life, including photographs, paintings, books and articles.
Mumbai museum open: daily - 09:30 to 18:00
Mumbai museum admission: charge

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Mumbai Museums: BEST Transport Museum -

 Inside Anik Bus Depot, Wadala, Mumbai, 400 031, India, IN Tel: +91 022 2409 1371
Home to a large and rather unusual collection of buses and historic trams and located within the Anik Bus Depot, Mumbai's popular BEST Transport Museum deserves some time. The museum also features a number of detailed models, historic bus tickets, photos and a host of bus transport memorabilia. BEST stands for 'Bombay Electric Supply and Transport'.
Mumbai museum open: daily - 09:00 to 17:00
Mumbai museum admission: free

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