Mumbai, India's film centre, boasts a rich nightlife, marine drive, beaches, and renowned art galleries and museums, making it a must-visit destination for Bollywood stars.

Jehangir Art Gallery is a prestigious Mumbai institution with 300 annual exhibitions. It features four galleries, hosts the annual Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, and showcases works by MF Hussain and SH Raza.

Rama Anand founded the Delhi Art Gallery in Mumbai in 1993, showcasing various Indian art forms in modern architectural design.

Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya (CSMVS), founded in 1922, houses over 50,000 artefacts from prehistoric to modern India, categorized into art, archaeology, and natural history.

Dr Bhau Daji Lad Museum, inaugurated in 1872, houses archaeological discoveries, historical photographs, clay models, silver and copper jewellery, costumes, a 17th-century Hatim Tai text, and the iconic Kala Ghoda statue.

Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya, Mumbai's Mahatma Gandhi headquarters from 1917-1934, houses a photo gallery, library, and original second-floor living and working space.

Established in 1992, the Nehru Centre Art Gallery features facilities like an auditorium, planetarium, exhibition halls, and lecture halls, promoting emerging and recognized artists' work.

The Jaya He GVK New Museum, located at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Terminal 2, houses India's largest public art initiative, a multi-story Art Wall showcasing 7,000 Indian antiques and artworks.

Si Bambai is a cultural space and art gallery in South Mumbai, offering immersive exhibitions, performance art, poetry-reading, dance, and music in a studio atmosphere.

Gallery Chemould, founded in 1963 by Kekoo and Khorshed Gandhy, is a contemporary art gallery in India featuring artists like Tyeb Mehta, SH Raza, and MF Hussain.