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Colaba, Information :
Forming the southern tip of Mumbai, Colaba is a historical island, and is a great tourism attraction. It is very near to the Gateway of India, the most visited spot of the city. Colaba was a part of the cluster of Islands that the Portuguese gifted to Charles II in his marriage. Colaba came under the British East India Company in 1668 and became an army cantonment. Later with the opening of the Cotton exchange, the area turned into a trade center. Colaba is famous for its shopping value. It can be said that it is a one stop shop, where one can get anything he wants. Colaba is a great place to treat your taste buds with the presence of numerous restaurants, cafes and road side eateries. The Prince of Wales Museum is a must visit for people interested in history. The museum has an wonderful collection of ancient and medieval sculptures, architectures and documents. Another tourist attraction is the Sassoon Dock, one of the largest fish market of the city. The Afghan Church is a also a must visit. The Colaba causeway is the commercial street, which is always crowded with tourists and visitors. This is the place where you can get the real flavor of the city.

Colaba is easily approachable by all means of transportation - air, road or rail. The Chatrapati Shivaji Airport is just 28 kilometers away from here and the Church-gate railway station is only 3 kilometers away. Frequent buses are available from the Chatrapati Shivaji Bus Terminus which is also very close

In & Around Colaba :

Famous Monuments :

 Gateway of India

The Gateway of India by the water's edge at Apollo Bunder is the most famous colonial monument , and Mumbai's most famous landmark. Designed by George Wittet, it is one of the last imperial monuments built by the British in Mumbai. The first stone was laid by the then Governor of Mumbai, Lord Sydenham on 31st March, 1913. It is a solid structure consisting of eight open door ways, above which is a perforated design. It was completed in 1924 and was conceived as a triumphal arch to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary for the Delhi Durbar on the 2nd December, 1911. Initially used as a disembarkation point for passengers alighting from steamers, ironically twenty-four years later it became an exit point for the British troop who had to leave India when it got its independence in 1947. There are launches and cruisers anchored in front of the Gateway, that take people to the Elephanta Caves, or for short rides.


 Taj Mahal Palace

The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel is a five star hotel located in the Colaba region of Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, next to the Gateway of India. The original building was commissioned in Indo-Saracenic style by Tata and first opened its doors to guests on 16 December 1903.


 The Municipal Corporation :

The B.M.C. was created in 1865 and Arthur Crawford was its first Municipal Commissioner. The Municipality was initially housed in a modest building at the terminus of Girgaum Road. Two designs were considered for the building; one of the Gothic designs and the other in the Indo-Saracenic design. The Gothic design was finally selected. The building was completed in 1893. The chief architectural feature is the central dome that rises to a height of 71.5 m (234.6ft). The gable has a huge winged allegorical figure representing the 'urbs prima in Indis', the first city of India.


 Mumbai University

Finely wedged between the old Secretariat & the high Court is the Mumbai University. The total cost incurred for construction, was Rs 950,000. Rs 400,000 for the library & tower was contributed by renowned philantrophist Permchan Roychand. The campus comprises of 2 buildings : The Cowasjee Jehangir Hall & The University Library and Clock Tower. The Library within the campus comprises 2 floors. Above the porch, rises the Rajabai Clock tower, to a height of 280 ft, designed in Neo-Gothic style Gilbert Scott.


 Rajabai Tower

Rajabai Tower is a famous clock tower located in South Mumbai. It stands in Mumbai University Fort Campus located next to the High Court. The tower is, undoubtedly, an example of exquisite beauty. It has become one of the major tourist destinations in Mumbai. The tower was built by Sir Gilbert Scott, who modeled it on the Big Ben, a clock tower in London.


 Bombay High Court :

Designed by Col. J. A. Fullerin, the Bombay high Court was Inaugurated in 1862. Its construction began in 1871 and continued up until its completion in 1878. To the west of the Central tower, one observes an architectural delight in the adjacent 2 octagonal towers. Some of the famous hearing conducted in the High court were of M. K. Gandhi & Lokmanya Tilak.


 Elephanta Island :

The island of Elephanta is about 10 km North-East of Apollo Bunder and is Mumbai's major tourist attraction due to its four rock-cut temples. They are thought to have been cut out between 450 and 750 A.D., and at that time the island was known as Gharapuri, the Fortress City. When the Portuguese arrived they renamed it Elephanta after the large stone elephant near the landing place. This figure collapsed in 1814 and the remaining pieces were removed to the Victoria Gardens in Mumbai in 1864 and reassembled in 1912. There is one main cave with a number of large sculpted panels, all relating to Shiva, and a separate lingam shrine. The most famous of the panels includes one of Maheshmurti (Trimurti), or the three headed Shiva. Launches depart from Apollo Bunder by the Gateway of India. A new alternative to the launches is the catamaran which leaves daily from Apollo Bunder in the morning and returns in the afternoon. The voyage takes about 45 minutes.


 Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus (CST Mumbai) :

Designed by FW Stevens and built in a style that combines Gothic and Indian influences. This is the city's most prominent building and considered architecturally one of the finest station in the world. Built in 1878, the Italian Gothic building has a frontage of over 1500 feet. The administrative offices form three sides of a rectangle enclosing an ornamental garden, the entrance gate guarded by a massive stone lion and tiger. The most prominent feature of this building is the high 160 feet dome crowning the center. On top of the giant dome is a figure of a woman with a torch held aloft to symbolize progress. The tower clock visible from outside has a diameter of 9' with a 3' & 10" minute hand and a 2'3" hour hand run mechanically. Still ticking 120 years later it is only one of its kind in the country. Marble columns support the entrance facade.

The main entrance has four great doorways which open to the booking offices. The internal arrangements were designed to afford a maximum of convenience. Amidst the cacophony of rushing commuters and hooting trains about one thousand trains and nearly two million commuters pass through the Terminus of this country's largest railway station. The local electric trains that ferry in and out of the city leave every three to four minutes. On the other side of the building, the trains pulled by heavy diesel or steam locomotives depart to different cities and towns. Trains from the central, southern and eastern region arrive here.


 Famous Buildings and Landmarks :

 David Sassoon Library :

The David Sassoon Library is the name of a famous library and heritage structure in Mumbai, India. The idea for a library to be situated in the center of the city was the brainchild of Albert Sassoon, son of the famous Baghdadi Jewish philanthropist, David Sassoon. The library is located on Rampart Row, looking across the Kala Ghoda. The building, completed in 1870, is built using yellow Malad stone. Above the entrance portico is a white stone bust of David Sassoon.


 Town Hall :

The Town Hall building was built in 1833 and it served as a place for civil leadership and governance. It also served as a pioneering institute for education, having hosted the first university convocation and the first matriculation exams. The Mumbai branch of the Asiatic society has been housed inside the Town Hall ever since its inception. It has a collection of over 100,000 books and manuscripts of which 15,000 are classified as rare.


 Mantralaya :

Mantralaya is the administrative headquarters of the state government of Maharashtra in South Mumbai, built in 1955. Mantralaya was earlier known as Sachivalaya. Most state governments in India headquarters' are known as Secretariats. However, since Ministers (Mantri in Marathi/Hindi) also sit in the same building and to underline the fact that Ministers are powerful in a democracy, the name was changed to Mantralaya in the early eighties. Mantralaya is a seven storeyed building which houses most of the departments of the state government in this building including The Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister's Office.


 Flora Fountain :

Built in honour of the Sir Henry Bartle Frere, the first Governor of Bombay under the British Crown. Designed by R. Norman Shaw and built in fine Portland stone by James Forsythe it bears the statue of 'Flora' the Roman goddess of flowers and the season of Spring on top of it. The area around the Flora Fountain, is also known as Hutatma Chowk (Martyrs Square). The precinct around the Flora Fountain and the Hutatma Chowk is one of the busiest in the city and bears a remarkable resemblance to London's Trafalgar Square. The Flora Fountain becomes the meeting point of 3 major roads namely Dadabhai Naoroji Road, Mahatma Gandhi Road and Veer Nariman Road (formerly Churchgate Street).


 Dhobi Ghat :

Dhobi Ghat is a well known open air Laundromat in Mumbai, India. The washers, locally known as Dhobis, work in the open to wash the clothes from Mumbai's hotels and hospitals.


 Museums and Art Galleries :

 National Gallery of Modern Art :

The spacious Sir Cowasji Jehangir Public Hall houses the National Gallery of Modern Art. It is on MG Road and is a bright modern exhibition space showcasing a range of changing exhibitions. There is a small permanent collection of contemporary Indian art in the top floor dome gallery. The gallery is open daily except Monday between 10 am to 5 pm.


 Prince of Wales Museum :

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum In Colaba, Mumbai is one of the premier art and history museums in India. The Museum building, a Grade I Heritage building, is a fine example of the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture and houses a world-class collection of over 60,000 art objects of ancient Indian history as well as objects from foreign lands, categorized primarily into three sections: Art, Archaeology and Natural History. The museum houses Indus Valley Civilization artefacts, and other relics from ancient India from the time of the Guptas, Mauryas, Chalukyas and Rashtrakuta.


 Jehangir Art Gallery :

It is the most famous of the many well known art galleries in Mumbai. It is the Mumbai's prime exhibition space and still hosts interesting weekly shows by Indian artists. Most of the works on display are for sale. It hosts exhibitions of modern Indian art and occasional touring exhibition. The gallery is open from 11 am to 7 pm daily. In the same building is the Gallery Chermould, The Terrace Art Gallery and a pleasant cafe. (Closed on Sunday)


 Mani Bhavan (Gandhi Museum) :

Mani Bhavan, located at # 19, Laburnum Road in the Gamdevi precinct of downtown Mumbai, acted as the focal point of Gandhi's political activities in Mumbai between 1917 and 1934. It was from Mani Bhavan that Gandhi initiated the Non-Cooperation, Satyagraha, Swadeshi, Khadi and Khilafat movements. In 1955, the building was taken over by the Gandhi Smarak Nidhi in order to maintain it as a memorial to Gandhi.


 Museum Ship Vikrant :

INS Vikrant was a Majestic class aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy. She played a key role in enforcing the naval blockade on East Pakistan during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971. India purchased the INS Vikrant from the United Kingdom in 1957. Upon her completion in 1961, she was commissioned as the first aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy. After a distinguished service, she was decommissioned in January 1997. She has since been preserved as a maritime museum in Cuffe Parade, Mumbai. She is the only World War II- era aircraft carrier to be preserved as a museum.


 Famous Streets :

 Colaba Causeway :

Colaba is originally the 7th island in the archipelago of Mumbai, having served various purposes over the last 150 years, Colaba was connected to the other islands by the causeway thus completing the jigsaw puzzle and finally creating the city of Mumbai Today, it is termed as the 'Culture Square' of Mumbai. The architecture of the area is reminiscent of the old Mumbai. Apart from upmarket retail showrooms, and small shops dealing in electronic goods, cosmetics, and music, its has pavement book stall dating back several decades besides having numerous small shops and footpath outlets selling everything from artifacts to shawls, carpets and minor antiques to slippers of all kind, which make tourists, backpackers and local from South Mumbai, throng the area through the year


 Marine Drive :

It is a 3 kilometer long sea side boulevard of South Mumbai. The official name for this road is Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose road. It was earlier known as Sonapur to local Marathi people. Most of the buildings sport an art deco look that was popular in the 1920s and 1930s. Marine Drive is also known as the Queen's Necklace because if viewed at night from an elevated point anywhere along the drive, the street lights resemble a string of pearls, forming a necklace.


 Fashion Street :

Fashion Street is one of the most widespread shopping destinations in Mumbai. It is a popular tourist destination, and is known for bargaining. With over a varied array of 150 shops, Fashion Street promises the ardent shopper a lot more junk and knick-knacks than any large mall or fashionable stores can offer. Located opposite the VSNL office building on M.G. Road, the street is famous for the latest and the trendiest clothing lines in Mumbai.


 Sea Link :

The Bandra-Worli Sea Link, officially called Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link, is a cable-stayed bridge with pre-stressed concrete-steel via ducts on either side that links Bandra in the Western Suburbs of Mumbai with Worli in South Mumbai.


 Shopping :

 Central Cottage Industries Emporium :

The Cottage Emporium located in Colaba, Mumbai is the leading source for indian handicrafts created by skilled Indian Artists & Masters of Crafts. Artist made- handicrafts, furnishings, jewelry & accessories, objects & accents for your home or office.


 Chor Bazar :

Chor Bazaar, located near Bhendi Bazaar in South Mumbai, is one of the largest flea markets in Mumbai. The area is one of the tourist attractions of Mumbai. The word chor means thief in Hindi. The market is thought to have originally been called Shor Bazaar, meaning noisy market. The current name is said to have come from a British mispronunciation. Eventually however, stolen goods started finding their way into the market, resulting in it living up to its new name. In spite of this reputation, Chor Bazaar is said to sell mostly second-hand goods. The market is now famous for antiques, bronze items, vintage items, trash & treasure.


 Colaba Street Market :

A tourist hotspot, Colaba Causeway is a South Mumbai bazaar where you can stroll for miles along footpaths that display ethnic goods - kurtas, kaftans, shawls, jute purses and bags, jewellery & semi precious stones, carpets, paintings, ivory & wood work, antique pieces like hookahs, gramophones and coloured glass lanterns.


 Crawford Market :

Crawford Market has been at the centre of market life in South Mumbai since it was built in the days of the British Raj and named after Arthur Crawford, the first Municipal Commissioner of the city. Now officially rename Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Market in honour of a famous social reformer who lived in the 19th Century. The major things to buy in Crawford Market are fresh produce such as fruits and vegetables. As well as daily necessities also seasonal and luxury fruits and vegetables are to be found. During the Alphonso Mango season (April-May) this is the place get flooded with largest varieties of mangoes.


 Places For Business :

 Bombay Stock Exchange :

The Bombay Stock Exchange or BSE is Asia's oldest stock exchange with a market capitalized of about $500 billion. Housed in the Phiroze Jeejeebhoy towers the BSE is India's premier bourse and caters to about 80000 transactions every day. Dalal Street or the Brokers Street is the Indian version of Wall Street and is the road on which the BSE is located. The BSE has also introduced the world's first centralized exchange-based internet trading system, to enable investors anywhere in the world to trade on the BSE platform.


 Reserve Bank of India :

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) is India's central banking institution, which controls the monetary policy of the Indian rupee. It was established on 1 April 1935 during the British Raj in accordance with the provisions of the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934.


 World Trade Center :

More than a building or an organization, the World Trade Centre (WTC) brings together business and government agencies involved in international trade, provides essential trade services and stimulates the economy of the region it serves. WTC puts all the services associated with global commerce under one roof and it's address gives a business prime and continuous access to resources essential for success in world trade.


 Marinas :

 Mumbai Harbour :

Mumbai Harbour or Front Bay is a natural deep-water harbor in the southern portion of the Ulhas River estuary. The harbor opens to the Arabian Sea to the south. The historical island of Elephanta is one of the six islands that lie in the harbor. Front Bay is the official name of the harbor, so named because the city started as a tiny settlement facing the harbor. The waterbody behind the original settlement, forming an arc between the former Colaba island and Bombay island, up to the Malabar Hill promontory or peninsula, was similarly called Back Bay. Front Bay is home to the Mumbai Port, which lies in the south section of the western edge of the harbor. Jawaharlal Nehru Port and Navi Mumbai lie to the east on the Konkan mainland, and the city of Mumbai lies to the west on Salsette Island. The Gateway of India with its jetty for Elephanta is the most important tourist destination, followed by the INS Vikrant maritime Museum.


 Chowpatty Beach :

Girgaum Chaupati, commonly known as just Chaupati, is one of the most famous public beaches adjoining Marine Drive in the Girgaum area of Mumbai. On weekends and holidays, the lively Chowpatty Beach turns into a picnic spot for the people of Mumbai. People of all ages come here and enjoy the beauty of the sandy beach and also to enjoy the lip smacking snacks that are served here. The food stalls on the Chowpatty Beach serve bhelpuri, pao bhaji, batata puri, sev puri, ice cream, fresh green tender coconuts, chaat and many more.


 Sassoon Docks :

The Sassoon Docks is one of the oldest docks in Mumbai, and one of the few docks in the city open to the public. It is situated just off Cuffe Parade in South Mumbai, and is today one of largest fish markets in the city. Its neighboring features are Mumbai Port Trust Garden and Offices of Fisheries Department, and overlooks Oyster Rock, an island in the Mumbai harbour, at a distance. The docks is the main fish loading and trading centre in South Mumbai.


 Places of Worship :

 Haji Ali Dargha :

Haji Ali built to honour a Muslim saint, stands almost 500 yards out at sea. It is approachable only during low tide by a narrow rock causeway built above sea level.


 St. Thomas' Cathedral :

Originally called the Bombay Church, this building was dedicated to St. Thomas the Apostle, who was the first to bring the Gospels to India and re-christened St. Thomas's Cathedral. Work began on it in 1676 and was completed only in 1718. The architectural design was New- Gothic style and it was inaugurated on Christmas day 1718 under the Governorship of Charles Boone. The compound of the Cathedral has a beautiful ornate fountain designed by Sir Gilbert Scott and funded by Cowasji Jehangir.


 Mahalaxmi Temple :

Visible and quite near Haji Ali is the famous Mahalaxmi Temple, a very popular goddess in this financial capital of India. According to legend when the Britishers were constructing a sea wall joining Malabar Hill & Worli at the end of the 18th century the local Hindu contractor claimed the goddess appeared in his dreams and blessed him with success if he built her temple. Amazing enough, a statue of the goddess unearthed during the construction of the wall. The contractor was granted land nearby wherein he built this temple, which stands to this day.


 Siddhivinayak Temple :

The Siddhivinayak Temple at Prabhadevi is the epicenter of religious faith and abode of Lord Ganesha. The temple has completed 200 years. It was built on Thursday, 19th November, 1801 by Vithu Patil and is now managed Siddhivinayak Ganpati Trust.


 Jain Temple :

Jain Temple in South Mumbai provides you beautiful architecture of Jain art which is a source of tourist attraction. The famous Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain temple is popular for its fine arts and was built in 1904. The temple is creatively decorated by beautiful frescoes depicting the life style of all the 24 Tirthankars. The entrance of the temple is adorned by stone elephants, as you enter the gates of this temple. Images of Ganesha, black marble Parsavnath and carvings of other deities can also be seen here. Walls are decorated with hues of colors.


 Tower Of Silence :

The Zoroastrian Tower of Silence in Mumbai was built by Seth Modi Hirji in 672. The tower was built keeping in mind the beliefs of the Parsis. The Tower of Silence or 'Parsee Bawdi' is located on the top of Malabar Hills and is spread over an area of 55 acres. Thus, in Mumbai, the Tower of Silence serves the purpose of offering the last rites to the dead. Despite the open exposure to dead, the place has a feeling of calm and peace, owning in part to the beautiful architecture and green surroundings.



 Hospitals and Medical Facilities :

 Bombay Hospital :

12, Medical Research Centre Building,
Marine Lines, Mumbai - 400 020.
Tel No: (+91/22)2206 7676, (+91/22) 2206 7309


 Jaslok Hospital :

15, Dr. Deshmukh Marg,
Peddar Road, Mumbai - 400 026.
Tel No: (+91/22)6657 3333, (+91/22)6657 3010


 Breach Candy Hospital :

60-A, Bhulabhai Desai Road,
Mumbai - 400 026.
Tel No: (+91/22)2366 7949, (+91/22)2366 7788


 Cama Hospital :

Mahapalika Road, Near Xavier's College,
Fort, Mumbai - 400 001.
Tel No: (+91/22)2261 1648, (+91/22)2261 1871


 Cumballa Hill Hospital & Heart Institute :

93/905, August Kranti Marg,
Mumbai - 400 036.
Tel No: (+91/22)2380 3336, (+91/22)2388 8621


 KEM Hospital :

Dr. E. Borges Marg,
Mumbai - 400 012.
Tel No: (+91/22)2413 6051


 St. George's Hospital :

P. D. Mello Road, Behind G.P.O.,
Fort Mumbai - 400 001.
Tel No: (+91/22)2262 0344, (+91/22)2262 0242


 G.T. Hospital Blood Bank :

L.T. Tilak Marg,
Kalbadevi, Mumbai - 400 001.
Tel No: (+91/22)2262 1464


 Red Cross Blood Bank :

Town Hall Compound, Mumbai G.P.O,
Fort, Mumbai - 400 001. Tel No: (+91/22)2266 3195, (+91/22)2266 3560


 Train, Metro Stations :

 Churchgate Railway Station :

Churchgate is an area in downtown South Mumbai. During the eighteenth and up to the mid-19th century, Mumbai was a walled city. The city walls had three gates, and Church Gate, named after St. Thomas Cathedral, Mumbai was one of the gates. The gate was situated near the present day location of Flora Fountain. In the mid-19th century, the city walls were torn down to aid in the expansion program. Churchgate is also a major railway terminus on the Western line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway.


 Chatrapathi Shivaji Terminus formerly Victoria Terminus :

Designed by FW Stevens and built in a style that combines Gothic and Indian influences. This is the city's most prominent building and considered architecturally one of the finest station in the world. Built in 1878, the Italian Gothic building has a frontage of over 1500 feet.

The administrative offices form three sides of a rectangle enclosing an ornamental garden, the entrance gate guarded by a massive stone lion and tiger. The most prominent feature of this building is the high 160 feet dome crowning the center. On top of the giant dome is a figure of a woman with a torch held aloft to symbolize progress. The tower clock visible from outside has a diameter of 9' with a 3' & 10" minute hand and a 2'3" hour hand run mechanically. Still ticking 120 years later it is only one of its kind in the country. Marble columns support the entrance facade.

The main entrance has four great doorways which open to the booking offices. The internal arrangements were designed to afford a maximum of convenience. Amidst the cacophony of rushing commuters and hooting trains about one thousand trains and nearly two million commuters pass through the Terminus of this country's largest railway station. The local electric trains that ferry in and out of the city leave every three to four minutes. On the other side of the building, the trains pulled by heavy diesel or steam locomotives depart to different cities and towns. Trains from the central, southern and eastern region arrive here.


 Parks & Wild Life :

 Sanjay Gandhi National Park :

Sanjay Gandhi National Park, previously Borivali National Park is a large protected area in the northern part of suburban Mumbai. It encompasses an area of 104 km2 and is surrounded on three sides by India's most populous city. It is notable as one of the few national parks existing within a metropolis limit in Asia and is one of the most visited parks in the world. The rich flora and fauna of Sanjay Gandhi National Park attracts more than 2 million visitors every year. Tourists also enjoy visiting the 2400 years old Kanheri caves sculpted out of the rocky cliffs which lie within the park. The undulating green lands of the Sanjay Gandhi National Park have a natural environment which tourists love to retreat to for moments of quiet introspection or meditation. The great views of forests, hills, valleys, lakes and open expanses have a therapeutic effect on mind, body and soul.


 Hanging Garden :

Situated on top of the Malabar Hill, these gardens were laid out in 1881. Also known as Sir Pherozashah Mehta Gardens, but more popularly known as Hanging Gardens. because of its location on the slope of a hill. Built on reservoirs that supply water to Mumbai the way up to the gardens from Marine Drive is by Walkeshwar Road and Ridge Road. The gardens are popular with local residents for their early morning or late evening walk.


 Mumbai Zoo (Jijamata Udyaan) :

Jijamata Udyaan formerly called Rani Bagh or Victoria Gardens, and now also known as Veermata Jijabai Bhonsle Udyan, is a zoo and garden located at Byculla, in the heart of Mumbai. It was laid out in 1861 and is one of the oldest zoos in India. Also, situated in the Gardens is the Bhau Daji Lad Museum (formerly Victoria and Albert Museum), mainly of industrial and agricultural interest. On the grounds to the east of the museum is the giant statue of an elephant, taken from the Elephanta Caves on Gharapuri to Britain in 1864, and later returned to these gardens.


 Science :

 Nehru Science Centre & Planetarium :

Nehru Science Centre has more than 500 hands-on and interactive science exhibits on energy, sound, kinematics, mechanics, transport, etc. installed in the science park & different galleries. The NSC building with its unique architecture houses several permanent science expositions on various themes.

The Nehru Planetarium, commissioned on 3rd March, 1977 has grown into a Centre for scientific study of astronomy and for meeting of scientists and scholars for discussions and lectures, arranged periodically on various stellar and Astronomical events.

The programmes are aimed at inspiring students. These include Science quiz contests, Astro-painting, Science elocution, Astro-poetry and Astro-quiz competitions. Special arrangements are made to watch, study and photograph Solar & Lunar eclipses, and many such other events. Telescopes are installed outside the Planetarium to enable eager visitors to watch these phenomena.


 Nearby Business Districts :

 Nariman Point :

 Fort :

 Ballard Estate :

 Cuffe Parade :

 Stadiums and Arenas :

 Maharashtra State Lawn Tennis :

 Cooperage Football Ground :

 Wankhede Stadium :

 Mahalaxmi Racecourse :