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Founded in the early 1900s, this Museum is one of the premier cultural institutions in the country. The Foundation Stone of the Museum was laid by the Prince of Wales on 11th November 1905 and the Museum was named Prince of Wales Museum of Western India. For a long time people had also felt the need for a good museum in the city and finally the museum was established by the public contribution aided by the then Government of the Bombay Presidency.
After the completion of the building in 1914, it was initially used as a Military hospital and for organising exhibitions for children. It was on 10th January 1922 that the museum as we know it today was opened for the public. This museum which has been designated as a Grade I heritage building of Mumbai has won numerous awards for its beauty and maintenance.
The Prince of Wales Museum has now been renamed as “Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya”.
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