This dazzling exhibition hall(Dr Bhau Daji Lad Mumbai City Museum), inherent Renaissance recovery style in 1872 as the Victoria and Albert Museum, contains 3500 or more articles centring on Mumbai’s history – photography, maps, materials, books, original copies, bidriware (Bidar’s metalwork), lacquerware, weaponry and wonderful ceramics. The milestone building was redesigned in 2008, with its Minton-tile floors, overlaid roof moldings, luxurious segments, light fixtures and flights of stairs all radiantly reestablished.
Contemporary music, move and show include in the Plaza territory, where there’s a bistro and shop. An arranged, structurally shocking 11,000-sq-meter wing was as of now made up for lost time in an administrative mess. The gallery, which likewise has a gathering of brief shows, is situated in the lavish nurseries of Jijamata Udyan; avoid the zoo.