Mumbai’s greatest and best historical center(Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya) shows a blend of India-wide displays. The domed behemoth, a charming mixed bag of Islamic, Hindu and British engineering, is a flashy Indo-Saracenic plan by George Wittet (who likewise planned the Gateway of India). Its huge assortment incorporates noteworthy Hindu and Buddhist model, earthenware dolls from the Indus Valley, Indian smaller than usual works of art and some especially horrible looking weaponry.
Great data is given in English, and audioguides (free for outsiders) are accessible in seven dialects. Six of the displays are cooled, offering an invite alleviation from the mid year heat. For a snappy authentic outline of Mumbai, the new 20-minute Mumbai Experience (₹50) is appeared in English five times each day. There’s a fine cafeteria at the passageway and the historical center shop is additionally brilliant.