Historical Monuments In Mumbai That You Must Visit In Your Lifetime!

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Gopika VC

The Town Hall houses the Asiatic Society of Mumbai, a public state library, and its museum is a treasure trove of literature, oriental arts, and sciences.

Town Hall


Regardless of the cliché, the Gateway of India is certainly one of Mumbai's most recognizable landmarks. Its construction began in 1911 and lasted 13 years.

Gateway of India


If you enjoy history, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, also known as Victoria Terminus, should be on your bucket list. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus


Gandhi's Mumbai headquarters was Mani Bhavan from 1917 to 1934. Revashankar Jagjeevan Jhaveri, Gandhi's friend, and host in Mumbai owned the home.

Mani Bhavan


The Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya is a renowned museum built in 1905 based on 15th and 16th century Gujarati architecture.

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya


The Rajabai Clock Tower (Italianate Clock Tower) was built in 1865 as a gift by David Sassoon following the designs of Scott, McClelland & Co.

Rajabai Clock Tower


Raj Bhavan, the Governor of Maharashtra's residence, lies in Malabar Hill, Mumbai. The rustic house includes timber verandas and a pitched roof.

Raj Bhavan


Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace and Tower is another historical landmark. This monument is one of the East's finest hotels. Built by Sir J. N. Tata

Taj Mahal Palace and Tower


The Mumbai High Court is another English Gothic masterpiece by Colonel James Augustus Fuller. Its central tower dominates its 562 feet by 187 feet size.

Mumbai High Court


This is where Mahatma Gandhi told the British to leave India on August 8, 1942, starting the Quit India Movement. Previously called the Gowalia Tank Maidan

August Kranti Maidan