The Victoria gardens situated in Byculla in the centre of
Mumbai's Zoo and the Victoria and Albert Museum, which houses interesting
exhibits relating to the city's past. Archaeological finds, maps and
photographs depicting the history of Mumbai are on display here.
It is here that the huge rock cut elephant stands, which was moved by the British in 1865 from Elephanta Island, which took its name from this statue. The surrounding Botanic Gardens cover an area of 48 acres in the midst of the city, one of the oldest and largest public gardens established in 1863.
Closed On: Wednesday
Timings: 9:00 am to 5:30 pm
Mumbai being the capital city is well connected by air, rail and road with the important places within and beyond the state. The Byculla (Central Railway) is the nearest railway station. For local transportation taxis, city buses and local trains are available.
Accommodation is available at the hotels in Mumbai .