Flora fountain, an architectural heritage monument, is located in the southern end of Dadabhai Naoroji Road at Hutatma Chowk (formerly, Martyr's Square). Built in 1864, this fountain made up of Portland stone and was later defaced with white oil paint depicts the Roman Goddess Flora. The fountain is illuminated at night for a beautiful view.The fountain stands at exactly the same site, where the original Churchgate of Bombay Fort was once present. Area around Flora Fountain, known as the Fort area or Fountain area, is covered by a number of shops, colleges, banks and offices. Bombay Stock Exchange is also located at a very short distance from the fountain.Tourists can take a train to Churchgate station andwalk from there to reach the Flora Fountain. Taxis, auto rickshaws and buses are also available to reach the site. Special open air buses are operated by the Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation Limited for enabling tourists to visit this place.
Veer Nariman Road, Mahatma Gandhi Road, Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001, India