One should visit this place to know historical importance of ship. One can relived the experience of war time here.
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There is a dedicated section in the museum that provides detailed information about war operations of 1971 and Vikrant's contribution to history. To reach this ship museum, visitors have to take a ferry ride from the dockyard near the Gateway of India. As this ship museum throws light on the glorious war victories of India, it serves as a source... More
Actually this was the war ship which was converted to museum on 2012 during the navy celebrations. This was a British aircraft carrier which was later purchased by the Indian govt for in participation of war with Pakistan. Now this stand here in Mumbai proudly as a witness to that war victory. Here there are no war planes on the... More
Must visit if you are into old heritage stuff. Must visit if you want to see how aircraft carriers look like. Experience the Navy life!
The warship converted to museum and it is open on weekends only which is located near Gate Way of India.It is a very massive aircraft carrier and the feel you get when you are on it is something that can't be defined.
The one thing you cant miss. Had an amazing times in Mumbai. One must visit once u come to Mumbai. Always spare time for the above
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