Priyadarshani park was created in the late 60’s by an initiative launched by the Malabar Hill Citizens’ Forum to convert this previously junkyard area into something worthwhile.Today that land has been transformed into the beautiful Priyadarshini Park & Sports Complex where thousands of people from all age groups and all walks of life come to enjoy and relax. If you want to feel the sea, sun and wind and experience a few hours of bliss, it is here, at Priyadarshini Park and Sports Complex, on Nepean Sea Road.
Nepean Sea Road is an upmarket neighbourhood near Malabar Hill in South Mumbai. The area is named after Sir Evan Nepean, 1st Baronet, a British politician and administrator, and the Governor of Bombay (1812–1819).
Priyadarshini is spread across 20 acres of a beautiful green belt on the sea front, with one-third of the park developed for the activities of the Priyadarshini Sports Complex.
PDP proudly boasts of a 400 metre eight lane Olympic standard synthetic track and four tennis courts amongst other state of the art equipments for their Gymnasium etc. There are qualified coaches for Tennis, Football, Karate, Athletics etc. Hundreds of children use these facilities at any given time. It is also noteworthy that National level players in football, athletics, and body-building are trained at Priyadarshini Sports Complex. The Aerobic Centre that is affiliated to Reebok enables the instructors to benefit with the latest in aerobics.
How to reach Priyadarshini park?
The nearest station is Grant Road (western line). You can get down and take a taxi / cab towards Priyadarshini park.