Popular Attractions in MumbaiGateway of India : It is one of the most popular landmarks in Mumbai. Constructed by the British in the year 1919, this monument was set up to commemorate King George and Queen Mary's visit to India.
Prince of Wales Museum : Also known as Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, this museum was named after Prince of Wales who visited India in1905. The museum is designed on the Indo Saracenic style.
Jain Temple : It is also known by the name of Babu Amichand Panalal Adishwarji Jain Temple. Built in 1904, this temple has intricate carvings on the walls and is one of the most beautiful religious sites in Mumbai.
Mani Bhawan : This is the famous house where Mahatma Gandhi resided for17 years. It is now working as a museum, displaying the life and activities of Gandhi ji in the form of miniatures and paintings.
Haji Ali Tomb : This is large burial chamber, built above the ground, in the memory of a Muslim saint named Haji Ali, who was swept away by the forceful waves during his journey to Mecca. The place is very popular with pilgrims and religious travelers.
Chhatrapati Shivaji terminus : Also known as Victoria terminus, it is a beautifully constructed railway station, which might be mistaken to be a palace or a cathedral of the British period. It is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture.
Sanjay Gandhi National Park : Located on the northern outskirt of the city, this beautiful park features wonderful flora and fauna and is the best place for excursion during the Mumbai trip. The park covers an area of 104 square kilometers.
Marine Drive : This long stretch of road adjacent to the Arabian sea is a major attraction in Mumbai for the tourists. Lined with flickering streetlights and tall buildings of the art deco style and filled with different types of food stalls, this place is really something to watch out for.
Essel world : Mumbai tour will be remain incomplete without a visit to this famous amusement park, which offers interesting entertainment options like fun rides, car drives, aqua dive and merry go round that can be enjoyed by both kids and adults.
Mumbai attractions also include the Ganesh Chaturthi festival, which is celebrated with a lot of zest and grandeur, by the people of Maharashtra. Besides, there are other places of interest like Nehru Palnetarium, Flora fountains, Crawford Market, Fort Area, Hanging Gardens, Film City and Mahalaxmi Temple.