Royal Ontario MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 05:30 pm]
- Address: 100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4165868000
- Ticket Price: 17 CAD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Art Gallery, Museum, History Museum, Historical Site, Family And Kids
Royal Ontario Museum - Review
The Royal Ontario Museum Hosts an amazing collection of artifacts ranging from ancient relics to modern textiles. This extremely well kept and preserved collection is also interestingly displayed in this museum.
The Museum not only has collections related to Canada but also to the entire world. Ancient busts from Rome are an interesting exhibit to see. So is the collection of royal dresses and costumes. There is also an awesome dinosaur exhibit. The display on Chinese architecture is very interesting albeit limited. There is also an amazing gallery of preserved birds that will certainly delight the kids. The collections are very vast and varied. Every turn you take will be a new journey and a new discovery. Just strolling down the corridors takes you on an adventure.
In short, the Royal Ontario Museum is a place where everyone will find something or the other of interest. This collection which is a matter of Canada is certainly one of the 5 must visit places when in Toronto. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Toronto Itinerary 7 Days.
Royal Ontario Museum Ticket Prices
- Given ticket prices are general admission for adults.
- Adult: 17 CAD
- Student(15-25): 15.50 CAD
- Senior(65+): 15.50 CAD
- Child(4-14): 14 CAD
- Infant(0-3): Free
- For other combo tickets and detailed prices please refer official website.
How To reach Royal Ontario Museum by Public Transport
- By Bus: Buses 5 and 142 stop at Queen's Park at Charles St (Museum Station) bus station.
- By Subway: Museum Subway Station is a short walk away.
- By renting or hiring a car/taxi.
Restaurants Near Royal Ontario Museum
- C5 restaurant
- Food Studio Cafe
- The Roof Lounge
- Coffee Tea or me
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Things to Know Before Visiting Royal Ontario Museum
77.18% of people who visit Toronto include Royal Ontario Museum in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
78.74% of people start their Royal Ontario Museum visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Royal Ontario Museum
76.57% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Royal Ontario Museum
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Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Reviews
Gorgeous very impressive largest museum in Canada. Alluring very unique architecture and one of a kind exterior design. Looks like crown jewel of museums, Bloor street looks even more luxurious and beautiful. It hosts many exhibits and fantastic exhibitions from all over the world. You can’t see all of them in one visit but still you can see a lot of fabulous sculptures, exhibits, arts and much more. Doesn’t matter how many times l come it’s always very interesting and fun. Fantastic area for kids on the second floor. Nice souvenir shop and selection of food. No picture or reviews do it justice you have to experience for yourself and enjoy spending time there admiring historical artwork and many fantastic exhibits. A lot to learn. Wonderful day to spend through pieces of history. Mesmerizing.❤️🇨🇦
I’ve been coming to the Royal Ontario Museum for the last 28 years and it has definitely continued to get better with age. This is a very family-friendly activity with a lot of learning opportunities. I’m always a bit humbled when I come to a high quality museum because of the incredible ingenuity of humans over thousands of years. These artifacts serve as a reminder of human potential. It’s truly an excellent place for artists seeking inspiration. 10/10 experience and worth an annual visit if you have the luxury of getting to live in Toronto!
Well appointed museum. Focused more on natural history than human history however this hasn't been neglected. There is a large display of animals from dinosaur skeletons through taxidermy of contemporary animals and supporting models and narrative. While a good museum, the entry price was a bit of a shock having just visited the British Museum in London and the Glasgow museum which offer free general admission and only charge for special exhibitions... I guess that there are different philosophical underpinnings of the use of museums and that price should never be a barrier to learning.
There is so much content to see here that it is nearly impossible to do it all in one day. The smart thing to do is to get the family membership which is good for two kids and two adults. It pays itself after your first visit. you will definitely need more than one visit to get the true customer experience at this place. There's everything here from history to Modern civilization and it cannot all be taking it in one day. Today we spend a lot of time in their new spider arachnid exhibit. It was very interesting. They actually had a demonstration of how to milk a spider of its venom. None-the-less if you live in Toronto or just visiting I would highly recommend visiting here
Visited this museum with my loved ones over Labor Day weekend and we had a spectacular time. My favourite part was the gemstones and looking at all the minerals. The dinosaur and animal exhibits were neat as well. Very nice museum and a lot to see for sure! Would definitely recommend this museum to anyone and everyone I know !