Located on Nepean Sea Road, the Priyadarshani Park is an amazing place for recreational and sports activities. The park is one of the most visited attractions in Mumbai as it has spectacular infrastructure and is perfect for anyone who enjoys being outdoors. These 20 acres of pure bliss are the perfect place to bask in the sun and enjoy the light breeze. The lush greenery is quite calming, which is why this is also just the right place to meditate.
In this digital era, outdoor activities have taken a back seat but this park has everything it needs to get kids playing and performing physical exercises. There is ample of space for children to run around and enjoy their time with their friends and parents. So, if you happen to visit Mumbai, you must make your way to Priyadarshini Park.
About the park : Priyadarshini Park was created to blend together sports and nature, and though it was built by a private corporation rather than the government, it was a struggle to build. Now, it serves as a testament to the spirit of Mumbai, which is why it is very close to the hears of the Mumbaikars that visit daily to get their dose of fun in the sun.
Priyadarshini Park offers a range of activities that are conducted within its premises, including athletics, football, aerobics, kick boxing, yoga, CrossFit, tennis, and Krav Maga (Israeli Self Defence)
The park can be visited all through the year as the climate in Mumbai is moderate. Visiting the park during the summers might not be the best idea as it can get humid around noon, however, you can always visit during the evening.
The park opens from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm and then from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm. There is no entry fee. .
The park is easy to access by all modes of public transport. One can hop aboard a local train, cab or bus to get there without any hassle. If you’re taking the local train, then you must get off at Grant Road station and then get a cab from there.
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