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Places to visit in Mumbai for kids includes Hanging Garden, Kidzania, Essel World, Gateway of India, Elephanta Caves, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Nehru Planetarium, Wonders Park, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Taraporewala Aquarium and many more. 

Places to Visit in Mumbai for Kids

Hanging Gardens of Mumbai
Hanging Gardens is 138 years old garden located on the western side of the Malabar Hills. It is a man-made terrace garden built on multi-level stone terraces owing to its name. The garden is covered with numerous trees, shrubs, and an array of colorful flowers. There are many hedges carved into various shapes of animals. One would love to spend some cherishable time in silence with themselves or friends and family. 

Although it is one of the favorite spots of the locals but it is still quite calm and away from the hustle and bustle of the busy city. People like to come here for morning walks, jogs, and exercise as the environment is cleaner and greener than other areas. 

People come here to rejuvenate amidst the lap of nature and watch one of the perfect sunsets of Mumbai behind the enormous Arabian Sea. Not only that, but the place gives excellent views of South Mumbai, its beaches, and the very elegant Queen’s Necklace. 

If you come in the morning, then you can enjoy the views of the tall buildings in the foggy days, and as the day passes and the dusk draws upon, the views of the city lights will astound you with their charm. You can capture all these scenarios in a frame and hang it on the wall of your perfect experiences.

Location: Ridge Rd, Simla Nagar, Malabar Hill, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400006

Timings: 05:00 am to 09:00 pm

Price: The entry in the Gardens is free of cost.
Kidzania
KidZania Mumbai is an international chain of indoor centres devoted toward family entertainment. It is an innovating amusement park cum learning centre where children can perform the traditional duties of an adult like going to the bank or preparing food or enforcing law and order. 

The KidZania centre in Mumbai consists of a realistic replica of a real city- complete with buildings, shops, theatres and malls. It even houses child-sized versions of cars, traffic and pedestrians who move up and down the “streets” of the city replica.

An exciting feature about the place is that the children who enrol there can earn currency known as “KidZo,” which they can deposit in the mock bank in KidZania Mumbai and use it for various activities like buying gifts on the premises. 

The children are exposed to practical lessons, real-life situations and real-life experiences in a safe and nurturing environment. It is also a very creative way to learn about practical lessons like money management, production, banking, law and order and much more. Children between the ages of 4 and 16 are allowed to enrol in Kidzania, where they can learn the ropes of adulthood from a very young age.

KidZania Mumbai has over 100 different activities which help children develop useful skills through 60 lifelike establishments in the city. Well-known brands like Coca- Cola, The Times of India, Yes Bank and several others make the experience authentic and relatable for children and helps them in their later life. 

Establishments that are unique to the city of Mumbai, such as the Bollywood Acting Academy, Potter Studio and even the lunch box delivery service- Dabbawala are all part and parcel of this hyper-realistic learning experience, which makes for the perfect place for young children.

Location: 3rd floor, North Wing, R City Mall, LBS Road, Amrut Nagar, West Ghatkopar, Mumbai, India.

Timing: Monday to Sunday (10:00 am – 8:00 pm)
Essel World
Located in the beautiful coastal village of Gorai in Mumbai, Essel World happens to be one of the largest amusement parks in India. For over two decades, this recreational hub has been the pioneer in rendering entertainment and leisure to its visitors from all over the globe. 

Owned by EsselWorld Leisure Private Ltd., the amusement center has been exquisitely built over sprawling acres of land and brings to you numerous exciting rides, different theme parks, dancing zones, gaming facilities, and several other entertaining activities.

Alongside, lies the Water Kingdom which serves as an ideal summer destination. It attracts visitors from all over the country across different age groups and offers them a sheer pleasure. There are rides for all age groups and a visit to Essel World will certainly not be disappointing for you. The beautifully designed theme park with its impressive landscaped interiors is sure to leave you in absolute awe. 

Location- 
Gorai Road, Borivali West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400091.

Timings- 
10.30 am to 6.30 pm daily. However, hours might differ on weekends.

Price-
 Adult and child entry fee costs Rs 390. The entry price to the water park ranges between Rs 865 to Rs 1710 according to age and height.
Gateway of India
One of the most visited places in Mumbai, the Gateway of India is counted among Mumbai tourist places that see excellent footfall at any time of the year. The attraction was built by the British in 1919, by the then Governor of Bombay, Sir George Sydenham Clarke, who laid the foundation of the monument in 1911. The plan was approved in 1914, after which construction began. The monument was built to honour the visit of King George V and Queen Mary, who was to arrive at Bombay.

The architectural design of the Gateway of India is done in the Indo-Saracenic style, along with Muslim architectural styles incorporated when it comes to the archways. 
The Elephant Caves are located quite close to the Gateway of India and can be reached via a ferry from here. You can pay the ticket price here and get on a motorboat to reach the Elephant Caves, which takes a little more than an hour to reach, being located 56 kilometres from the monument.

Location: Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Timings:
 Can visit anytime

Price:
No entry fee


Elephanta Caves
The Elephanta Caves are a major attraction in Mumbai because of its archaeological significance. This is where the caves are located, must have seen early settlements from 2nd century BC. The caves, however, are estimated to have been constructed sometime between 5th and 6th century AD.

One of the biggest caves here measures about 39 metres from the front to the back. The main body of the Elephanta Cave is about 27 square meters, supported by six rows of pillars. The caves show distinct artistic features from the time of its construction.

The caves feature rock-cut architecture, which makes the entire layout of the caves very interesting. The Elephanta Caves have a combination of sculpture art and aesthetic beauty carved into the rock formations.

This is what makes it popular among archaeologists as well as historians, who wish to find out more about the natives who moved on the Gharapuri Island (Elephanta Caves) in 2nd century BC. Come here to experience the ruins of an ancient world on the Elephanta Island, and see the caves and sculptures in their natural surroundings.

Location: Gharapuri, Maharashtra 

Best Time to visit:
October-March

Entry fee:
INR 10 (Indian), INR 250 (foreigner), free (child)

Timings:
9AM-5.30PM

Distance from Mumbai Bus Stand:
7.3 km from MSRTC Mumbai Central

Victoria Terminus
Formerly known as Victoria Terminus, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus is Mumbai’s outstanding railway station. Although this is a railways station and not primarily counted among places to visit in Mumbai, this building, designed by British architect FW Stevens, sports excellent Victorian Gothic Revival architectural style.

The designs are based on medieval Italian models, known as High Victorian Gothic Design, is remarkable. The domes, corridors, arches, and turrets are therefore distinct and prominently archaic. The construction of the building began in 1878, taking up to a decade to complete. Numerous British architects and Indian craftsmen worked day and night to give the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus the definition of what it is today.

This is why the architectural style doesn’t just boast of Victorian style, there’s a distinctive feature of Indian architecture in the building as well, making it one of the attractions in Mumbai for history lovers and architects who love to study the significance of various architectural styles in the building.

Location: Opposite BMC Building, Dr Dadabhai Naoroji Road, Fort/P D'Mello Road (PF-18), Mumbai, Maharashtra
Best Time to visit: Any time of the year
Entry fee: No entry fee
Timings: Not applicable
Distance from Mumbai Bus Stand: 5 km from MSRTC Mumbai Central

Nehru Planetarium
If you are a science enthusiast, Nehru Planetarium in Mumbai is your place to go to. Inaugurated in the year 1977 by Indira Gandhi, the Nehru Planetarium promotes science and technology through lectures, educational and cultural events, seminars etc. The planetarium primarily promotes astronomy and scientific discoveries etc through these seminars and lectures. 

The planetarium was designed by famous Indian architect JM Kadri. Ever since its construction, the Nehru Planetarium has been a centre of interest for students, scientists, and aspiring astronomers. There are also shows held at the planetarium on a regular basis. Some popular shows such as Tryst and Destiny, Mahatma - The Eternal Light, The Wonders of the Universe, Invaders of Mars, etc have been attracting visitors for a very long time.

The Nehru Planetarium features a white dome, which is stunningly spectacular, along with the building’s cylindrical structure. The architecture of the Nehru Planetarium is something to marvel at. The popularity of the planetarium is because of its educational and cultural activities, as well as architecture.

Location: 
Nehru Centre, Dr Annie Besant Road, Lotus Colony, Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Best Time to visit: 
Any time of the year

Entry fee:
 INR 60 (adult), INR 40 (child)

Timings:
 12 PM-4.30 PM everyday

Distance from Mumbai Bus Stand: 
4.7 km from MSRTC Mumbai Central
Wonders Park
Wonder Park is an amusement park constructed in Navi Mumbai. Being close to the residential areas, coupled with a minimal entry fee, it has become a popular local attraction spread across a land of 30 acres. It offers various hi-tech rides coupled with miniature models of the Seven Wonders of the World. 

These wonders include the Taj Mahal (Agra), Cristo Redentor (Rio de Janeiro), Colosseum (Italy), Machu Picchu (Peru), Petra – Al Khajneh (Jordan), the Great Wall of China and Chichen Itza (Mexico), each placed within a few meters of the other.

The well-manicured gardens equipped with benches and trees act as a diligent playground for children, with some of them having rubber flooring. The play zones interspersed in these areas have swings and slides to keep children occupied. There is also a toy train covering the entire park and is labeled as the next popular attraction after the Seven Wonders. 

If you are hungry and want to grab a late-afternoon snack, then you can visit the food mall that serves delicacies from all across the world at amazing prices. 

Apart from this, the amusement park has an amphitheater that can accommodate 1000 people, a cycling track, a jogging track, and a chessboard with human-sized pieces to play with. It offers a horse-cart ride too! Within the periphery are the Khandoli Lake and the Lazy River, attracting nature enthusiasts. They are decorated with sculptors for aesthetics.

Location of the Park - Uran Road, Sector 19A, Nerul, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra – 400706

Timings of the Park - The park is open throughout the week from 6:00 AM – 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM – 9:00 PM. except Mondays.
Sanjay Gandhi National Park
Sanjay Gandhi National Park, previously known as Borivali National Park in Mumbai is one of the popular picnic spots for locals as well as visitors of the city. The park covers about 20% of Mumbai’s geographical area and invites nature lovers to experience greenery, wildlife, rocky cliffs, caves and a number of tourist attractions located inside the park. 

With an area of 103 square kilometres, Sanjay Gandhi National Park is one of the largest parks situated within the city limits and is also believed to be one of Asia’s most visited parks. The national park is home to a surprising number of two hundred and fifty-four species of birds, forty species of mammals, seventy-eight species of reptiles and amphibians, about one fifty species of butterflies and over a staggering 1,300 species of plants. 

The park houses animals like leopards, deer, flying fox, boars along with beautiful birds like butterflies, kingfisher, sunbirds. Inside the forest, there are two artificial lakes. These lakes invite a number of migratory birds every year and also have crocodiles wandering at its shore. 

Location:
 Western Express Highway, Near Chikuwadi, Borivali East, Mumbai 

Timings: 
National Park - 7 AM to 6:30 PM and Kanheri Caves - 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM on all days

Price: 
INR 65 per adult, INR 25 for children above the age of five. Entry fee to Kanheri caves: INR 5 per head
Taraporewala Aquarium
This sightseeing place in Mumbai is one of the largest aquariums in the city of Mumbai. Situated in Marine Drive, this aquarium was founded by D. B. Taraporewala, a Parsi philanthropist, in the year 1951. The aquarium has a twelve feet long three-sixty degrees glass tunnel that holds interesting marine life.

There are several species of fish here, such as damselfish, butterfly fish, tiger fish, angelfish, moss, sea urchins, sea cucumber, marine eels, tube worms, tangs, batfish, puffer fish, tangs, jellyfishes, orandas etc that make this aquarium a highly diverse collection of marine life. There are a total of thirty-two tropical tanks in the building.

You can also see several species of freshwater and marine plants such as water lilies. There is also a fish spa and touch pool, where you can dip your feet in the water and the fish eat away the dead skin off your feet (at the fish spa), and you can touch sea urchins, turtles, sea cucumbers in the touch pool.

Location: Marine Drive, Near Charni Road Railway Station, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Timings: 10.30AM-8.00PM (weekdays), 10.00 AM-8.00 PM (weekends)

Price:
INR 40 (adults), INR 20 (student), INR 30 (child)

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Imagica Water Park Entry Pass
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  • Khopoli
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  • Khopoli
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About the Activity:

- Located right next to the amazing theme park of the same name, the Adlabs Imagica Water Park is one of the biggest water parks in the country. With ease of access from both Mumbai and Pune, the water park in Khopoli attracts a large number of people all year round.
- With this entry ticket to Imagica Water Park, you can immerse in the fun of 14 water rides and slides present at the park. These rides are perfect for everyone, irrespective of age and gender, making this a perfect choice for planning a day out.
- For about 7 hours, forget the rest of the world and enjoy being in the best water park, but don't forget to bring your change of clothes as they will get soaked in the fun you will have.

Rides: 
Boomeranggo
Floatsa
Loop Woopy
Raftaastic
Screamer 
Soakerz
Splash 
Swirl whirl 
The pirate bay
Twisty turvy
Wacky waves 
Yell-o
Zip zap zoom
Zooballon 
Suraj Water Park


If you are planning a cool day out with your friends and family, Suraj Water Park located in Thane, Maharashtra is a great choice. It’s practically famous for water slides ranging from Wave Pool, Rainbow slides to Labak, Matak, Zabak, which are quite adventurous and thrilling for adults if you want to dive into the water from 100 ft height. Here, it’s given that you can spend your entire day. There is a constant buzz of background music while you take a swim and dip into the cozy and cool water slides.

While the whole ambience, which is carefully designed by respected Canadian designers named White Water West Industries, is amusing and eye-catching for youngsters in your family. The limestone architecture and carved out idols of Lord Shiva and his family like Lord Nataraja are impressive and transports the beholder to a mix of traditional and modern outlook.

In fact, the owner Arun Kumar of Muchhala Magic Land Pvt. Ltd. runs this park with utmost sincerity that has bagged 6 Limca Book of Records awards for the longest Asian man-made fiberglass cave, which you can experience as you enter the arena of this water park. The entrance is wide and illusionistic.

There are two giant mermaids on either side to welcome, and later on, the museum of fountains might also splash water on you. This eventually increases excitement when you have just entered the premises to explore the gamut of safe, secure, and fun water slides inside.

Suraj Water Park Attractions Pass Types:

Kids: (Height between 3’.6” to 4’.6”) - INR 650
Kids (Height below 3’.6”) - No Entry Fee
Adults (Height above 4’.6”) - INR 800

Rides and Attractions at Suraj Water Park:



1. The Mermaids: Visiting the Suraj water park is always welcomed by the two mermaid statues that have a height of 24 ft.

2. Lord Shiva Idol: Just a few steps beyond the entrance, the traditional décor of this water park emerges in the form of Lord Shiva and his family idols. The large Har Har Ganga idol is effervescent. It depicts how holy Ganga emanates from Lord Shiva’s mane.

3. The Fun Of 16 Rides: The Suraj Water Park has around 16 rides. Some of which are:

-Nanga Tal:
A small pool for children to relax and enjoy.
-Rainbow Slide: This is one of the vertical slides. There are many pipes in the zigzag manner of different colours for the riders to zip through.
-Ding Dong Sing Song: It is another famous vertical slide with circular pipes.
-Wave Pool: A giant pool area where families and kids can relax and enjoy the sea waves if they are not in a mood of any thrilling ride.

4. Shower of Fountains:
Around the entrance of the Suraj Water Amusement Park, visitors can find fountains spraying cool water around and on them. This is fun, and kids squeal while passing by.

5. Museum:
Another attraction to keep in mind while visiting this amusement park is the museum of old and ancient rocks. This is a wonderful tourist attraction for selfies and spending quality time together with your group

6. Surajgarh Village Park:
Parties or family functions are held here at a moderate rate for people wanting to host different ceremonies.

History and Architecture of Suraj Water Park:


This recreational paradise houses waterpark and amusement park inside. It was dedicatedly designed by Canadian designers named White Water West Industries. However, it is fully-owned and governed by Mr. Arun Kumar Mucchala through his organization named Muchhala Magic Land Pvt. Ltd.

The entire park is spread across 5 km and has a tremendous choice of rides and attractions inside. Even parents and families are attracted to it, so they come back to have a great time. The man-made cave, right after the entrance, is actually awarded and recognized by the Limca Book of Records. This was because it is Asia’s longest fibreglass artificial cave that is made by men. 

On the other hand, the evocative mermaid figures welcome the guests, leading them to the giant Lord Shiva idol. From here, visitors can see the enactment of the Ganga River flowing from his head. Similarly, the architects of this Suraj Water Park have also installed the idol of Lord Natraja besides Lord Shiva for a traditional impact. 

It is, in fact, fair to say that Suraj Water Park has till now won 6 national as well as global awards. The park itself has other amenities like a locker system, shops to purchase a swimsuit, food court, and restrooms.
Water Kingdom


Owned by the EsselWorld Leisure Pvt Ltd, Water Kingdom is among the biggest water parks in the continent. Spread across 22 acres, the amusement park boasts of over 30 rides. With its multitude of water rides and swimming pools, the theme park is suitable for all age groups, including toddlers, kids, and adults. Along with the neighbouring EsselWorld amusement park, it is the largest of its kind in the country.

Visited by hundreds and thousands of families every year, Water Kingdom proudly houses the largest Aqua play pool in the country, the Lagoon. The park has five more sections with numerous sides suitable for all age groups. There is also a rain dance floor which is enjoyed equally by kids as well as couples, friends, and families. 

Some of the rides, such as What A Coaster, is specifically designed for thrill-seeking adults. The ride takes you to a height equal to a seven-storey building and drops you vertically at a speed of 40 miles per hour. 

With over 20 million visitors to date, the park is one of the most popular places in Mumbai to visit for a daybreak. Located on the outskirts, Water Kingdom allows you to be disconnected from the hustle and bustle of the city life and enjoy a day with your family and children. 


Water kingdom Attractions Pass Types:



Water Kingdom – This ticket allows you to make a single entry to the Water Kingdom. The prices are INR 559 (plus GST) for children between the height of 3’3” and 4’6” as well as senior citizens. For adults, the tickets are priced at INR 877 (plus GST).

Combine Ticket – This ticket permits you a single entry to both EsselWorld and Water Kingdom. The price is INR 801 (plus GST) for children and INR 1191 (plus GST) for adults.

Fast Track Entry – This type of pass allows you to enter Water Kingdom through a priority gate without having to wait in queues. The cost of the tickets is INR 839 (plus GST) for children and INR 1076 (plus GST) for adults.

Annual Pass Passport Next – This special type of annual pass allows you 3 entries to EsselWorld or Water Kingdom in a year. The first visit has to be made within 30 days of purchasing the ticket. The year is counted from the day you first visit the park. The fee for the pass is INR 1390 (plus GST) for children and adults.

Rides & Attractions at Water Kingdom:



1. What A Coaster – Only for adults, What A Coaster is one of the steepest vertical drop slides in India. Travelling up to 40 miles an hour, the seven-story slide assures to get your heart racing.

2. Bratzone – Suitable for both children and adults, Bratzone is a dedicated rain dance area with a groovy dance floor and water sprinklers. Adorned with Coco beach, a shallow pool, the Aquadrome is a perfect place to relax and have a nice time.

3. Goofers Lagoon – Perfect for all age groups, including toddlers, Goofers Lagoon is equipped with a spinning tray, some water guns, a splash roof, and a tilted bucket.

4. Adventures Amazonia – One of the most interesting parts of the water park for adults as well as kids, Adventures Amazonia is equipped with quite a few exciting rides such as the Rock n’ Roll Safari, Elephant Safari, and the Serpent Safari (not suitable for claustrophobics).

5. The Lagoon – Reportedly, the largest aqua pool in the country, the Lagoon is expanded across 30,000 feet and has 10 different rides to suit all age groups. The section also has a massive elephant bucket which splashes water at an interval of 5 minutes.

6. Wetlantic – The most visited section of Water Kingdom, Wetlantic is an enthralling wave pool with fountains and gentle and massive waves. The area is also adorned with caves and towers and has lifeguards on standby.
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Smaaash

Smaaash

Smaaash goes much beyond the ordinary amusement parks. It is one of those super exciting places that have combined sports with music, virtual reality, and dining. With none other than Sachin Tendulkar as its brand ambassador, Smaaash promises endless hours of fun.

Try games like Laser Blast, Twilight Bowling, Walk the Plank, 9D Xtreme Activity, Jurassic Park, etc. One of the best things to do in Mumbai for kids is to watch theatre in 4D and play arcade games like Simpson’s Soccer, Air Hockey, and Pac Man here.

Location: Gate no. 4, Trade View Building, Kamala Mills Compound, PB Marg, Lower Parel, Mumbai.

Price: Range between Rs. 399 to Rs. 1,200 depending on the package that you choose.

Timings: Every day 1:00 pm to 1:00 am.

Tikuji-Ni-Wadi
Tikuji-ni-Wadi happens to be an amusement park and a holiday resort in the Thane district of Mumbai. This is a wonderful place for weekend fun and getaways. The amusement park cum resort is spread over an area of 20 acres and has a wide range of water sports activities like water rides, a wave pool, Lazy river, Giant slides, Kiddies pool, Wave pool, Family pool, etc. The fun activities are not only limited to water sports.

You can also take part in many activities like go-karting, arcades, Funny Bunny, Crazy cup, Frog ride, Super Jet, Giant wheel, Dragon ship Bumpin, etc. The amusement park is situated in the midst of lush green forests and valleys. You will fall in love with the environment here because of the scenic setting and tranquil location.

Tikuji Ni Wadi is also famous for one more reason. It is a picture-perfect place for sumptuous dishes and features some of the top restaurants and cafés offering a wide range of delicious vegetarian dishes of all flavors. You will love to eat surrounded by the tranquil environment and the countryside location.

Tikuji Ni Wadi is also very popular for its Shivratri celebration. It is considered to be the best time to visit the Tikuji Ni Wadi during this time. The park celebrates Shivratri in a grand way by carving out the idol from ice. Let us begin to explore the Tikuji Ni Wadi and know more about what it has in store for the visitors.

Rides and attractions at Tikuji-Ni-Wadi:



Tikuji Ni Wadi is truly a paradise for adventure and water sports lovers. Being situated at a place far away from the city, it is a perfect location for weekend getaways with your family and friends. It is no less than a paradise for nature lovers. It has more than a few nearby beaches and lakes, astounding natural scenery and tranquil environment for leisurely stays. Some of the famous rides and attractions in the water park are:

1. Water Rides: Being an amusement park, the Tikuji Ni Wadi has got loads of fun filled rides for your kids to take part in. Most of the rides in the park are also open for adults. Some of the available water rides in the amusement park are Wave Pool, Lazy River, Giant Slide, Kiddies Pool, Family Pool, Y-Scream, Boomerang, Twisters, Maverick, and Harakiri.

2. Amusement Rides: If you are someone who is not a fan of water sports, then you can certainly take part in the dry rides like Karting, Arcades, Funny Bunny, Crazy Cup, Frog Ride, Super Jet, Giant Wheel, Dragon Ship, and Bumpin.

3. Places of tourist attraction: When you are done with all the activities inside the park, you can head out for a sightseeing trip and visit Tulja Bhavani Temple, Yeoor Hills, Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Mumba Devi Temple, Sagar Vihar Garden, Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum, Palm Beach Marg, Mandapeshwar Caves, National Gallery of Modern Art, Siddhivinayak Temple, Kanheri Caves, and Radha Ras Bihari Temple. The surroundings of the park are a true bliss for nature lovers. You would love the place for its abundant greenery and calmness all around.
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Film City

Film City

This magnanimous place is one of the most famous attractions and one of the most amazing places to visit in Mumbai for kids. Established in 1911, this place is popular among film buffs especially children who simply love the world of films and their favourite larger than life celebrities.

The guided tours conducted here take you to locations like Khandala Bridge, Helipad, Reserve Garden, Lake Court, etc. Depending on the package that you choose, you can even witness a shooting taking place, see post-production activities, and enjoy a live Bollywood dance show.

Location: Goregaon (East), Mumbai.

Price: Starts at Rs. 599 per adult.

Timings: Every day 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

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Snow World

Snow World

The only place, and the most exciting one at that, where you can experience sub-zero temperatures right here in Mumbai is Snow World. This indoor theme park is one of the most fun places to visit in Mumbai for kids.

They can spend hours enjoying exciting activities here like snow sledging, ice sliding, snowboarding, snow play, and much more. Or they can simply feel the light snowflakes falling just like in a natural snowfall.

Location: Lower Ground Level 58-61, Phoenix Market City, Kamani Junction, Kurla (W), Between Atrium 2 & 6, 15, LBS Road, Kamani Junction, Mumbai.

Price: Rs. 600 per person that includes all activities and attire.

Timings: Every day 11:00 am to 10:00 pm.

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Mumbai Zoo

Mumbai Zoo

Also known as the Jijamata Udyan, this is one of the oldest zoos in the country, established in 1861. There are hundreds of species of birds, animals, and reptiles here. You can see lions, foxes, hippos, elephants, Indian striped hyenas, albino crows, and cobras.

There is also a beautiful botanical garden that houses exotic trees and thousands of bats for the kids to witness. Don’t miss the cooled enclosures for the majestic penguins here. The zoo will soon add a butterfly park and a garden for medicinal plants.

One of the most interesting things to do in Mumbai for kids is to explore the museum inside this zoo where they can see 4D theatre and try fun rides.

Location: 91A, Lalbaug Flyover, Byculla East, Near Railway Station, Mumbai.

Price: Rs. 25 per child, and Rs. 50 per adult.

Timings: Every day 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.

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Juhu Beach

Juhu Beach

One of the most vibrant beaches in Mumbai, Juhu Beach, is known for its great crowds and endless options of fun activities, especially for kids. It is an amazing place to take long strolls enveloped in the cool sea breeze. Kids love to play basketball and cricket at Gandhi Gram located on the beach. One of the best places to visit in Mumbai for kids; it offers horse and camel riding and beach volleyball.

One of the most fun things to do in Mumbai for kids is to build sandcastles at this beautiful beach. Kids love to eat their favourite foods like Pav Bhaji, burgers, Kaala Khatta, and a huge range of ice creams available here.

Location: Vile Parle, Mumbai.

Price: No entry fee.

Timings: Can be visited anytime. 

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  1. Which are the famous amusement parks in Mumbai for Kids day out?

    Mumbai amusement parks will definitely make your day, Checkout for more places

    1. Adlabs Imagica

    2. Essel World
    3. Kidzania
    4. Yazoo Park
    5. Snow World

  2. What is there to do in Mumbai with kids?

    A few interesting things to do in Mumbai with kids are:

    -Spend a day at the beach as the kids play football, eat their favourite foods, and sprint on the sands. The best ones are Juhu, Marine Drive, and Worli.
    -Visit Snow World where kids can ice skate and snowboard. Smaaash is another great place for rock climbing, paintball shooting, and arcade games.
    -Visit Taraporewala Aquarium to let the kids see over 400 species of fish and beautiful corals.

  3. What can we do on Sunday in Mumbai?

    For a great Sunday in Mumbai you can:

    -Take a long stroll with the kids amidst beautiful green expanses of Sanjay Gandhi National Park. You might even spot tigers, spotted deer, and porcupines.
    -Eat large burgers and try huge glasses of milkshakes with the kids at Café Mondegar.
    -Let the children appreciate and enjoy live performances at Prithvi Theatre.

  4. Where can I go in Mumbai at night?

    For a serene night in Mumbai, you can go to the following locations:

    -Marine Drive to see the place lit up brilliantly and try street food.
    -Go for a night walk tour of Mumbai and visit places like Victoria terminus, Press Club, Wankhede Stadium, etc. You are sure to walk some tucked-away alleys and hear some interesting anecdotes about these places.

  5. What food is famous in Mumbai?

    Street food: Some of the best street foods native to Maharashtra that you can try are Sev Puri, Vada Pav, Misal Pav, and Bombay sandwiches.
    Seafood: Try Bombil fry, Surmai curry, Sol Kadi, and Bhakris.
    Parsi food: With Irani cafes strewn all over the city, you can’t miss to try the famous Bun Maska, Salli Boti, Dhansak, and Lagan Nu Custard.

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