The Colaba and fort area is home to many historic buildings. The best way to visit is by walking and enjoying the breathtaking array of architecture all along the streets. We will walk along with the main sights of this area, starting at Eros Cinema, followed by Mumbai University and Clock tower. Your guide will glide through the amazing structures such as Watson hotel in Kala Ghoda and share staggering stories. We will ensure to take you on the recap of the British era. This tour is highly recommended if you are interested in the heritage buildings and you want to look back at the colonial architecture and its history. We will take you on a 2.5-hours walking tour of the British headquarters back then, where most heritage buildings exist.
Notice: We have no photography policy in some of the place on this tour due to the government’s regulation.
2.5 hrs walking tour of the heritage sites.
10.00 am: Mahalaxmi train station (at the main ticket counter)
Please note: Available spots are limited so please book now!
INR 1,500 per person
INR 6,000 for a private tour of up to 4 people.
6-7 people maximum in a group
(For large groups, please, get in touch.
English speaking guide
Discuss the unique story behind the of name the headquarter station of Western Railway in Mumbai.
Learn the story of the clock tower of Mumbai which is part of university building. (Similar to Big Ben Tower).
Know one of the oldest high courts of India built in 1862 and discuss about the Indian judiciary.
A grade III heritage building which has the amazing story and link to the construction of Taj Mahal Hotel.
One of the very important Synagogues in Mumbai.
One of the biggest museums of Mumbai, famous for recording the history and rich object collection.
A magnificent hotel buit in 1903 to a revenge.
Iconic monument of Mumbai built in 1911 to welcome King George V and Queen Mary.
Dhobi Ghat is a 140-year-old biggest open-air laundry, a Guinness world record place where they wash 200 thousand pieces of clothes each day.
Meeting point location
Meeting point: We meet at Mahalaxmi train station (at the main ticket counter). It is easy to spot this location but if you find any difficulty then you can contact us.
End point: Gateway of India.