Royal Ontario Museum Tours
About Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
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.
Royal Ontario Museum Tickets 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 Get To 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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Address: 100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6, Canada
Ticket Price: 17 CAD
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:30 pm Details
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Amazing museum and perhaps the most extensive one I have ever been to. My friend and I spent 4 hours but you could spend more if you really took your time. My favourite exhibit was the earth one for sure! They have the most gorgeous collection of rocks and minerals I have ever seen. I was in absolute awe over everything I saw. It was very crowded on a Saturday but it was not suffocating. Make sure to take a map because the layout is pretty confusing (to me, at least). A must-visit!
The ROM is a great museum and I love to go into Toronto and visit. The special exhibits are what we usually go into see, but we always end up exploring and re-exploring the regular exhibits. The Chihuly Glass exhibit was amazing, and we have been to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year for the last two years. The special exhibits always seem to be well designed. I'm not sure if I like the design of the recent expansion, but on a practical basis it has increased the amount of usable space and that is a very good thing.
This recent visit was at the end of August 2017, and the first was three years ago. The front architecture is absolutely outstanding and adorable. This time I got a good chance of studying the inside structures which are corresponding to the outside look, starting from the basement and going through all the exhibition rooms and all the way to the roof. I enjoyed the ground floor Chinese permanent exhibition the best, and I took more photos this time adding to my first time collection. Each time, in addition to the permanent exhibition, there is always a special show carrying on B2 floor in the basement, and this time is about the blue whale. I enjoyed both and the overall exhibitions from the museum.
As others say, the architecture is beautiful. Regarding the content, I would not visit this museum unless you are really interested in the artifacts presented there. I visited this attraction simply because it was part of the Toronto CityPass I had. It is very big and took a while to sift through although I never really stopped for nothing. This museum has a 1 million dollar coin which is pretty cool. I would rate lower than 3 stars from my perspective but this kind of museum is simply not my thing.
Wonderful exhibits. My kids went wild about the dinosaurs, of course. I loved the rocks and minerals exhibit. There's really so much to see and learn. It gets a four though because it was hard to navigate. Signage could be better. That being said, you should go!
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