Things To Do In Mumbai

Things To Do In Mumbai On Weekends

Get in love by visiting the fine arts of Mumbai. The big question comes in mind How come this busiest, crowded, polluted city will make you fall in love with? But Mumbai's spirit, love, beauty, and care everything can overcome the questions of visitors. Experience the goodness of Mumbai and Mumbaikars. Once you step into Mumbai you will never feel like moving to your hometown or leaving Mumbai. There are the bunch of Things To Do in Mumbai rather than just having good career or business. Listed down are some interesting things you can do when you are in Mumbai spending holidays.

Best Thing to have Red Carpet Wax Museum in Mumbai

For some change from your busy life, you must try to go Red Carpet Wax Museum in Mumbai. Don't have to travel far away it is located in Ghatkopar at R City Mall. You will remember by the end of the day that it is one of the Best Things To Do In Mumbai. It consists of 40 statues of different legends, political leaders, music stars, innovators, social workers and so on. You can take selfies with wax statues having perfect background theme only you must carry a good camera. Check out offers and combo packages with the snow kingdom and Click Art 3D museum together. 

Things To Do In Mumbai

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Nehru Planetarium

Nehru Planetarium is a must visit tourist destination if visited Mumbai for vacation. Nehru Planetarium is one of the best places which inspires students about astronomy and science. Setup of telescopes is well arranged outside the planetarium to enjoy the view of planets and stars. Along with the astronomy, you can explore the massive library, various cultural programs, art exhibitions and many more science learning things.

You can reach by the following address -Dr. Annie Besant Rd, Lotus Colony, Worli.

It is opened all days except Monday in between 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM. Book your tickets and reached 30 minutes before the show timings. Visiting Nehru Planetarium will have an amazing educational tour for kids, students and astronomy lovers.

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Sanjay Gandhi National Park

If you want to hang out with your family and children Sanjay Gandhi National Park must be on your list. The park is located in Borivali East northernmost green suburb of Mumbai. The park has species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies and also plant species. You can have Lion and Tiger Safari which is the best attraction of the park. Besides, two lakes namely Tulsi and Vihar are located so one can sit and feel the beauty of nature. You can take your kids on a short drive of toy train which runs through various bridges and passes from the jungle of the park.

It is opened all days from 7.30 AM to 6.30 PM.

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Elephanta Caves

Elephanta caves are the most popular tourist spot in Mumbai. Elephanta caves are located on the Elephanta Island and are one of the two UNESCO World Heritage Site in Mumbai. It consists of total 7 caves in which 5 caves form a group of Hindu caves and remaining two Buddhist caves. To see the unique architecture back from 5th and 8th century must visit Elephanta Caves. You will see perfect rock cut and well stone structured of Lord Shiva and other deities. The three-headed Shiva, Gangadhar and Ardhanareshwar ‘Trimurti’ is the prime attraction of the caves.You can reach the ancient Elephanta caves which are at distance of 10km from the metropolitan city Mumbai.  

Short boat rides from Gateway of India will take to the caves foothill. Timings: From 9.00 AM to 5.00 PM.

It is opened all days except Monday.

Red Carpet Wax Museum

Red Carpet Wax Museum is located in R City Mall, Ghatkopar West which opens its doors at 10 AM. It is the only wax museum in Mumbai established in 2016. What are you waiting for? Start your day posing with your favorite idol or star.  The best part that you will be able to see the surrounding and background that matches the statues life environment. Carry your own cameras and take pictures with famous stars and personalities like Michael Jackson, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, and many which give the natural presence.

Do visit Red Carpet Wax Museum, the amazing tourist’s attraction in Mumbai. Book your tickets now through online support. 




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Khau Galli

If you are a food lover then you must visit Khau Galli in Mumbai. It is a place where you will get all type of snacks, food, drinks for every type of foodie. Maybe the interest varies from person to person but Khau Galli will fill up the tastes. Whether you are vegetarian or non-vegetarian a walk through the Khau Galli is a walk through a paradise. Chase your hunger with some tasty food from below listed Khau Gallis: Carter Road Khau Galli, SNDT to Cross Maidan Khau Galli, Ghatkopar Khau Galli, Mohammed Ali Road Khau Galli, Kharghar Khau Galli, Tardeo Khau Galli. What are you waiting for? Explore these places to taste some new flavors.

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All in one for fun at Tukuji-ni-wadi. A place for everyone from kids to senior citizen to enjoy and have a great fun. Tikuji is integrated with lots of fun activities and attraction at an amusement park, water park, dinosaur park, aquarium and many more. Dare to go on giant slides, 360 spaceships, and giant wheel. Take a ride through the jungles on train safari. Check out the new attraction ‘Tikus Aquarium’ which looks pretty cool. After a lot of enjoyment fill up your hunger by having a vegetarian meal at Tree Top resort with delicious dishes and Blue Lagoon Cafe at the water park with snacks. Timing is as below:

  • Amusement park:- 11 A.M. to 7 P.M.
  • Waterpark:- 10 A.M. to 6 P.M.
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Juhu Beach

Juhu beach is one of the most visited beaches by localities and tourist in the evening. Calm and lay down with your loved ones facing towards the beautiful sunset. Here you can take wonderful clicks. Fill up the hunger by the Tasty and delicious food of the various stalls that serves ‘Pani Puri ‘, ‘Bhel Puri' or some spicy plate of ‘Pav bhaji'. You can also have a taste of South Indian food like Idlis & dosa. One can also have Chinese food. Best time to visit Juhu beach is early morning and in the evening. Location: It is located in the Western suburbs of Mumbai, situated in Ville Parle.

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Taraporewala Aquarium

Taraporewala Aquarium is the oldest aquarium was built in 1951 and later it was renovated and reopened in 2015 with more exposure to the marine life. The aquarium consists of 400 species of fishes in a large amount. Experience the never seen species under one roof and have fun and learn. There are different pool sections where kids can touch the fishes under the supervision and although there is no harm from those inhabitants. Additional charges are taken for photography and videography. 

Opening and Closing hours: Except Monday all days are open from 10 AM to 8 PM.

Entry charges vary according to age and criteria. Please visit the website to know more about Aquarium.

Location: Taraporewala Building, Near Charni Road Station, Charni Road, Mumbai

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Khotachiwadi Village

Move away from the hustle and bustle of the Mumbai city and experience the beauty in Khotachiwadi. Khotachiwadi is a small village situated in Girgaon. The village was found by the person named Khot in the late 18th century and hence it is named as Khotachiwadi. Khotachiwadi is famous for its colorful and Portuguese styled houses. The houses have wooden staircases, small verandas, overhanging balconies. Total 65 houses were there but later cut back to 28 in number. It is a must visit a place from the busy and noisy Mumbai city to have some relief.

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Linking Road

Linking Road is a well-known shopping center that everyone loves to visit. The complete linking road is partly divided into branded outlets, shops, roadside cart-lets, stalls all along both sides of the road. Linking Road all that have is fashion and good food. If planning to visit Mumbai then note down on to do list Shopping at Linking road. Get all latest trendy clothes and foot wears. Don’t forget to bargain with street shops and have the best deal. It is a huge source of latest clothes, handbags, accessories, foot-wears etc. Get and have some snacks like Pani-puri, Sandwiches, Juices to put on hunger.

Location: Near National College, Bandra To Khar Telephone Exchange, Khar, Mumbai.

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Leisure Sailing in Mumbai

Explore the unique sights that are not visible from the streets of Mumbai neither from the top of the tower. Yes, Leisure Sailing in Mumbai is the ultimate way to take a adventurous ride into the sea.

It is arranged from November to May at different sessions in the morning, afternoon and evening. In monsoon no sailing session is available. You will get amazing experience by sailing off from the Gateway of India and forgetting all worries behind with peaceful environment. You can book in group sailing where all safety measures are taken. Come with your loved ones for Leisure Sailing in Mumbai. 

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Karnala Bird Sanctuary, Panvel

Karnala Bird Sanctuary is based on the historic Karnala fort. It is spread over small 12 area. The place is famous for bird watching in Mumbai. The sanctuary covers more than 220 species of birds from which 161 are resident birds, 46 are winter migrants, some are breeding and passage migrants. The sanctuary is also houses to 114 species of butterflies. Spend some time with nature along with your kids and family members. You can also go for a trek on Karnala Fort.
Ticket cost: Per head ₹ 35/- only

Location: It is located in Panvel area.

Timings: It is opened all days from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM for everyone.

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Sardar Pavbhaji

To have best Pav bhaji in Mumbai, you must visit Sardar Pavbhaji. They all started serving Pav bhaji since 1966. It is well known for its quality and taste where celebrities do visit here. The Bhaji plate is fully dripped in Butter with spicy tadka. No one can say no to this delicious mouth watering Pav bhaji as bhaji is made with bricks of butter. People from other states too visit here to have delecious treat of Sardar Pav Bhaji. Butter lovers can’t ignore this place when visited to Mumbai. It is situated at Tardeo Road, Junction, Tardeo, Mumbai. One must visit to satisfy the hunger and taste.

Timings: It is open all days from 12 PM to 2 AM.

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Bombay Castle

The Bombay castle is one of the earliest colonial monuments situated in the Mumbai city which is famous known for its oldest defensive castles. The castle was built by using the locally available blue Kurla stone and red laterite stone from the Konkan region back in the sixteenth century. The current Bombay castle was structured by the British on site of the Manor House which was under the management of Portuguese in the early period and was built by Portuguese nobleman Garcia de Orta. It has became Mumbai point of interest because of its great architecture.

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Babulnath Temple

Sometimes with fun trip, adventure tour one must visit religious places for having peace of mind. Babulnath temple is one of the most ancient temple in Mumbai. The temple is deity to the Lord Shiva. The architecture of the temple is worth seeing where the beautiful structure is made from limestone and marbles. The temple is mostly crowded by lakhs of devotees on Mahashivratri festival.

The temple is located at  Babulnath Road, Charni Road Near, Chowpatty.

Timings: Open from 5 in the morning to 10.30 at night. On Mondays (the day of Lord Shiva), it is open from 4.30 am to 11.30 pm.