Royal Ontario MuseumCurrently Closed
- 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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Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto Reviews
One of the finest museums I have visited in North America (after visiting the American Museum of National History in NYC). The museum has a great collection of exhibits from all parts of the world. There are some really helpful volunteers always ready to help with answers to questions. The only issue I had was with signs & directions. Sometimes, I was led to a section that ended abruptly but the section was a bit further than the intended location of the exhibit. Overall, excellent experience and great value of the time spent.
Two great and inspiring exhibits well worth the price. The spider exhibit has tons of interactive displays—engaging and appropriate for all ages. The Iris van Herpen exhibit coincides nicely with the spider one. You can see how so many of her concepts were inspired by nature. Her prolific collections are incredible and imaginative. She definitely blurs the lines of fine art sculpture and high fashion in a very provocative way. Never a dull moment at the ROM!
A Most Enjoyable Museum!! This is Canada's largest Museum-- and one of North America's biggest/most visited museums. It is more than a century old and houses more than six million items in forty (40) galleries... The collection covers Art, History as well as "World Cultures". The Museum also carries out research around the World!! It is centrally located and can be readily reached by Toronto's subway system--- and even has its own station [which is also is "thematic"]. Special exhibits keep people coming to the Museum! I hope that this review has been helpful!
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.❤️🇨🇦
Royal Ontario Museum, or ROM, ranks among the best museums I've been to. It has a very wide range of artifacts from many of the world's ancient civilizations, up to more recent periods. Chinese, Egyptian, Greek, American etc. I especially liked the European Baroque, Rococo, Victorian and other eras, featuring furniture and living rooms. All in all an excellent museum, and make sure you come well before closing. I was there for about four hours, taking my time for the first three, then quickening the pace in the last hour to make it through all the rooms.