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I am a local, and always wanted to visit the museum, but only got a chance to visit this month. Visitors always ask what to do in Mumbai and I am putting this museum on the list,it was a super fun rainy day spent visiting...More
CHHATRAPATI SHIVAJI MAHARAJ VASTU SANGRAHALAYA(Prince of Wales Museum)
Formerly known as the Prince Wales Museum in Mumbai, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaja Vastu Sangrahalaya is a great place to learn art and history of India, and Maharashtra in general. This museum is located on the southern...More
The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum, is the most well-known of all museums in Mumbai. Located within the Kala Ghoda circle, the museum is housed in a large building, with elements of the Mughal as well as...More
The architecture of the museum is very fine. The design of the building is a blend of Gujarati and Islamic design, in addition to English brickwork. The structure is adorned with an impressive Mughal white dome.The building is bordered by lavish green gardens. The museum...More
Good Preferrence for History Lovers and Historians. Lot of sculptures and ancient paintings are here to visit. There is an Audio Guide facility here in which you get information about the Ancient History through Headphones provided by them. Historical Destination👍
Had visited this museum a long back ago. This museum is famous attraction in Mumbai. It is frequently visited by Indian as well as foreign tourists.
This museum was built in Indo-Saracenic style of architecture by the British to commemorate the visit of the Prince...More