Go Here, Do This: Things To Do In Mumbai Free Of Charge

Protima posted on 31 March

Tired of spending all that moolah every time you want to enjoy in Mumbai? We get it, especially when it’s end of the month and we feel the need to stay indoors. But don’t worry about it, here are some experiences that will not only be the most memorable ones in the city, but also absolutely free of cost. Check them out.

Join A Running Club

There is a running club in Lokhandwala that anybody can join. They meet thrice a week (Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays) at Joggers’ Park in Lokhandwala at 6am. If you’ve been planning to get fit and need inspiration, it doesn’t get better than joining this fit tribe!

Parks

Creek Road, Lokhandwala Complex, Andheri West, Mumbai

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    Heritage Walk Around Colaba

    This heritage walk takes you through Gateway of India, Horniman Circle, Kalaghoda, and shows you the iconic eateries, Irani cafes, dabbawallas, and so much more. The walk will be conducted every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. The starting point is at the Shivaji Statue at the Gateway of India square at 9:15 am.

    #LBBTip – you can leave a tip at the end of the tour. The choice to remunerate the guide is 100% voluntary.

    Monument

    Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai

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      Spend An Afternoon At Mount Mary Church

      Standing tall since the 16th century, this iconic church in Mumbai has seen countless seasons and people. We love going here on our days off, especially just after lunch when the church is not too crowded. Enjoy a walk in the dense green neighbourhood, and spend time admiring the architecture and design of this beautiful church. 

      Religious Establishments

      Basilica Of Our Lady Of The Mount, Bandra West, Mumbai

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      Visit One Of Mumbai's Oldest Art Galleries

      Jehangir Art Gallery boasts of illustrious art and a legendary history. Built in 1952, this art gallery has showcased some of the most talented artists, both Indian and international. In fact, the likes of M.F. Hussain and S.H. Raja have showcased their work here. This gallery is spread across 2 floors and also has an auditorium hall and terrace art gallery. 

      Art Galleries

      161-B, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai

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      Go Hiking At Gilbert Hill

      Looking for offbeat weekend plans? Go hiking! Did you know there is a gigantic monolithic rock near Andheri which offers a great hike and a lovely view of the city once you reach the top? Get out your workout wear and hiking shoes on the weekend and discover this new part of your city.

      #LBBTip: Make sure you wear comfortable shoes since this one is quite a workout.

      Tourist Attractions

      Gilbert Hill, Andheri West, Mumbai