Mumbai’s largest public green open space has been transformed into a nature and heritage walk for Mumbaikars to acquaint with the historic location they live in. Set up in 1861, the city’s most visited public space boasts the most diverse agglomeration of trees (over 3,000) with hundreds of tree and plant species. The walk will pave its way through the greens, creating parallels between art (Thukral and Tagra’s works), nature (the botanical garden) and heritage (the museum, Gloria Church, Masina Hospital and Regal Cafe). The walk will feature 26 artworks inspired by the flora of the botanical garden created by the noted Indian artists Thukral and Tagra.

Open from: January 7th, 2018