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Royal Ontario Museum: Canada's Largest Museum in the Heart of Toronto

Discover awe-inspiring exhibits and galleries showcasing world art, culture, and nature at one of the largest museums in North America. Featuring forty galleries filled with over six million objects and artifacts, Toronto's museum of natural history is an internationally recognized museum known for its staggering collections and exhibitions of dinosaurs, meteorites, fossils, Art Deco design, global artwork and Canadian history. With diverse educational programs, workshops, and lectures for both children and adults, you'll also find a gift shop and a café at Canada's largest museum.
 

Details

Hours -

Open daily from 10 am to 5:30 pm.

Prices -

  • Adults: $20
  • Students & youth (ages 15-19): $16.50
  • Children (ages 4-14): $14
  • Children 3 or under: free
  • Seniors (65+): $17
 
 

Events

  • Friday Night Live
  • ROM U
  • Family Fundays
  • ROMKids Camp
  • Baby and Me Stroll
  • Animal Explorers
 
 

Activities

  • Tours
  • Dining
  • Art Exhibits
  • Luncheons
  • Classes
  • Lectures
 

FAQs

What are some upcoming exhibitions and galleries?

Current exhibitions at the Royal Ontario Museum include The Evidence Room, a stunning exhibit which reconstructs the forensic analysis of the architecture of Auschwitz and the Holocaust. Galleries on display currently include the Eaton Gallery of Rome, the Gallery of Birds, and Matthews Family Court of Chinees Sculpture, one of ROM's most moving spaces. 

What sorts of kids activities are at the museum?

The Royal Ontario Museum offers plenty of activities and things to do for kids, including sleepovers, drop-in weekend programs, New to Canada Youth Club, Explorer’ Club, and the Saturday Morning Club. The CIBC Discovery Gallery offers a hands-on interactive learning zone on level 2 of ROM. Kids can try on costumes, dig for dinosaur bones, and examine fossils and meteorites. Toddlers have their own special area with puzzles and toys to keep them engaged and inspired.

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