Kala Ghoda was once the nerve centre of Mumbai. We take inspiration from the hundreds of pilgrims who have made cultural journeys across the world, knowing that the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival has become like a sacred pilgrimage for many art lovers in the city over the last 20 years. Like pilgrimages the world over, we will begin our walks at a different point in the Fort – Colaba precinct and end at the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival. We have created 9 walks for 9 days, with themes that link the old with the new, bringing the past into stark relief against the future; these walks, and heritage bus tours are a delight to experience and will help you understand the ethos of this amazing sub-precinct using 20 stories at different locations along the way.

Please collect your Heritage Walk passes from the Heritage Helpdesk next to Ador House.

Acknowledgements: MTDC, Central Railway, Maharashtra State Police Headquarters, Royal Opera House and Royal Bombay Yacht Club.