Bombay Natural History Society
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya
Mumbai’s biggest and best museum displays a mix of exhibits from across India. The domed behemoth, an intriguing hodgepodge of Islamic,...
Keneseth Eliyahoo Synagogue
Built in 1884, this unmistakable sky-blue synagogue still functions and is tenderly maintained by the city’s dwindling Jewish community....
Jehangir Art Gallery
Recently renovated, this excellent gallery hosts shows by local artists and the occasional big name; it’s also home to Samovar Café .
A faded art deco masterpiece that’s good for both Hollywood and Bollywood blockbusters.
A good Colaba cheapie, with decent lunch thalis and lots of Punjabi dishes in a large, cafeteria-like setting. Popular with families and...
Hornbill House, Shahid Bhagat Singh Marg · interesting places nearby
Bombay Natural History Society information
Mumbai has surprisingly good birdwatching opportunities. Sanjay Gandhi National Park is popular for woodland birds, while the marshlands of industrial Sewri (pronounced shev -ree) swarm with birds in winter. Contact the Bombay Natural History Society for information on upcoming trips (from ₹150 for non-members).