Comfort Inn Heritage

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Sant Savta Marg, Byculla, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400027, India
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antiquities museum??

by FlyingElizabeth

What's the "best" museum to see the impressive history of India in Mumbai? Antiquities, not just art?


Re: antiquities museum??

by Durfun

Prince of Wales museum.

Re: antiquities museum??

by ranger49

I would say the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (formerly known as the Prince of Wales Museum)

Address: 159 Mahatma Gandhi RoadKala Ghoda near Regal Circle.

This is a huge Museum with thousands of exhibits and you need many hours to see a fraction of it. I have a Tip about it on my Mumbai page.

Re: antiquities museum??

by Durfun

Wow, Ranger, you are clearly more Indian than me! That is indeed the correct/current name. It is a mouthful though, don't you think? The locals have gone OTT with their nationalistic fervour!!

And when in the area (Kala Godha), try to drop into Khyber restaurant. Mouth-watering cuisine, with a slick bar adjoining. Highly acclaimed & endorsed by the likes of 'Indian' Demi Moore, & Richard Gere!

Re: antiquities museum??

by lynnehamman

Agree with Barbara, but another one that is definitely worth a visit is the GANDHI MUSEUM.

The Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya is a quaint Gujarati-style house in Mumbai where Mahatma Gandhi lived from 1917 to 1934. The three-story home is now a Gandhi Museum that preserves the spirit of the man who put his nation before himself.

Re: antiquities museum??

by ranger49

Yes - if you are interested in the modern history of India as it threw off and was released from the shackles of colonialism to become an independent state - Lynne is right - a MUST!

Re: antiquities museum??

by Donna_in_India

Hi - Prince of Wales is the obvious answer but I highly recommend a visit to Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, definitely one of Mumbai's hidden gems. Further info can be found here...

Travel Tips for Mumbai

Leaving luggage in Mumbai airport.

by tropical459

Hi Guy,

Just back from Mumbai it was a great place to explore. When I got off the Domestic flight from Goa I was told that there was a place to store the luggage at the airport. I didn't need it in the end as I hired a tour guide and a driver for the whole day. I don't know how long this place does store the luggage but the facility is definitely available.
Good luck

Gateway to India!!!

by aadil

The Gateway of India is the principal landmark of Mumbai built in 1911 to commemorate the visit of the then ruler of India - King George V and Queen Mary. The archway was designed by George Wikket and is located at Apollo Bunder. The monument is infact the first in Mumbai to be built using a concrete structure. It is built similar to an arch of triumph in most places and it was here that many of the previous heads of state, viceroys, governors and topmost civil servants of the erstwhile Raj were received and welcomed as they disembarked from their steamers off the Bombay Docks!!! You will still find flocks of visitors coming down to see this monument from near and far. Be wary of the photographers who will try to take your pictures for a fee and then send it to you at your home address. Go for the Polaroid ones so that you get an instant picture if at all you want one!!! The ferry rides to Elephanta caves and also to Alibag which is a beach resort near Mumbai leave from here. The half hour joy rides in motor launches that give you a nice view of the harbour from the sea and a view of some of the big ships anchored nearby also leave from here.

University of Mumbai

by atufft

University of Mumbai (UM) or Mumbai University (MU) is a multi-campus university, but the original campus is in Fort, Mumbai, near the southern end of the city of Mumbai. It houses the administrative division of the university. It is built in the Gothic style of architecture and also includes a library which holds many original manuscripts. The University of Bombay was established at the Fort Campus in 1857. In the same year universities were established in the two other Presidency towns of Calcutta and Madras. It was one of the first educational institutions established by the British in India following Sir Charles Wood's Dispatch on Education in 1854. Alumni include Mahatama Ghandi, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, and many other distinguished leaders and faculty now resident in the United States and Europe. Visitors to this part of Mumbai will frequently see students in the streets and the gothic style colonial architecture in the background.

Bombay is pot-pourri of Indian...

by newsfreak

Bombay is pot-pourri of Indian cultures. There are people from the four corners of India, jostling to make their money in this city. Nearly everyone speaks Hindi and English. Here are a few tips for tourists.
firstly, language tips:
Hindi - English
Kya aap english samajte hain? - Do you understand Hindi?
kaunsi train/bus Bandra jaati hain? - Which Train or bus goes to Bandra (here bandra is the name of a station. substitute it for wherever you wanna go).
dhanyavaad - thank you
mujhe hindi nahin aata - i don't know hindi.

there are quite a few temples in the city and surrounding towns. please remove your shoes/slippers before entering any temple. also, ask the local priest or guide if one is allowed to take photographs before taking them. don't encourage the beggars around the city. if you pay one of them, a hundred will surround you.

there is no fixed rate for tips in india. if you are happy with the service then you can pay any amount from 2% - 10% of the bill.

greeting people:
Namaste (hindi), vanakkam (tamil), namashkaar(marathi) - hello

If you are in Bombay during...

by nileshk

If you are in Bombay during the pleasant winter months of Jan to March, please make it a point to take the ferry across the harbour to the mainland near Alibag. Enjoy some spectacular beaches that are dotted with historical naval fortresses of bygone figures - mostly the Portuguese and other conquerors.

The ferry ride starts from the Gateway of India is only about an hour and you can hire a three-wheeler to take you around at the other side and also bring you back at an appropriate time for the ride home.

Take time to visit the beaches of Kihim, Alibag, Nagaon, Kashid and Murud Janjira.


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Address: Sant Savta Marg, Byculla, Mumbai (Bombay), Maharashtra, 400027, India