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Location: Grant Road

Grant Road
Grant Road (named after Sir Robert Grant, the Governor of Bombay between 1835 and 1839) is a locality in South Mumbai. Grant Road railway station serves this area.
Grant Road along with Tardeo and Mumbai Central has been a neighborhood of Mumbai City dominated by the Jains, Muslims and the Parsi & Irani Zoroastrians. It is considered as the place of ancestral roots of the originating Zoroastrians of the city mainly being the areas of Balaram Street and Slater Road. It has 4 Fire temples[1] and The Cama Baug[2] is an important place for the Wedding Ceremonies and other functions of the Parsis of Mumbai.
Grant Road is the fourth station on the Western local line preceded by Churchgate, Marine Lines, Charni Road, and followed by the main junction, Mumbai Central. Most slow trains halt at this station, which is useful for people who want to reach Opera House, Nana Chowk, Lamington Road and the Roxy theatre.
Transportation
Grant Road, named after Sir Robert Grant, the Governor of Bombay between 1835 and 1839, is a railway station in South-Central Mumbai and is the former terminus of the erstwhile Bombay Baroda and Central India Railway.Wikipedia
Place of interests
• Bhimnath Temple
• Namaste City Tour
• Church Mission House
• Mani Bhavan Gandhi Museum

• Grand Mumbai Tours

• Nariman Point
• Babulnath Temple

• Chowpatty Beach

• Mahalakshmi Temple

• H2O Water Sports

• Rohida Fort

• Raconteur Walks Mumbai
• Sobo Central Mall
• Amaze Mumbai Tours
• Royal Opera House
• Marine Drive
• Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
• Haji Ali Mosque
• Bravo Bombay
• Dhobi Ghat
• Malabar Hill

• Hanging Gardens (Ferozeshah Mehta)
• Zamorin of Bombay

• Bollywood Tours