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Royal Ontario Museum

Featuring forty galleries and more than six million items, Toronto's museum of natural history and world culture is an amazing collection of awe-inspiring exhibits. One of the largest museums in North America, this internationally recognized museum is known for its exhibitions of dinosaurs, meteorites, fossils, Art Deco design, global artwork and Canadian history. You'll also find educational programs for children and adults, a gift shop and a café.


Hours -

10AM-5:30PM Saturday to Thursday, 10AM-8:30PM Friday

Prices -

$16 adults, $14.50 students and seniors, $13 children ages 4-14, free for children 3 and under

Events -

Workshops, tours, luncheons, lectures, kids programs


  • Learn about the history of the world
  • Browse beautiful collections of art and design
  • See dinosaurs, fossils and meteorites
  • Take a break at Druxy's ROM Café
  • Expose yourself to artwork from other cultures


The museum features a large number of educational programs for children, teen and adults. You’ll also find teacher nights, self-guided school tours and professional development programs for educators.

Visitor Information

Use the museum’s coat check service ($2 per item) to hold outerwear, large bags and electronics. Please turn off the ringer on your mobile phone, and do not bring any food or drink into the galleries. Photography with a flash is permitted in most galleries.


  • What are some upcoming exhibitions and galleries?

    New exhibits for 2014 include the Doodle 4 Google exhibition, featuring the best artwork from a national competition, and an Asian gallery called The Forbidden City: Inside the Court of China’s Emperors.
  • What sorts of kids activities are at the museum?

    You’ll find all sorts of family fun at the Royal Ontario Museum, including sleepovers, drop-in weekend programs, New to Canada Youth Club, Explorer’ Club and the Saturday Morning Club.

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