Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
About Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto
Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
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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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 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 - Write a Review
Wear good walking shoes and prepare to spend at least two hours or more here. Also go to the cafeteria "Cafe" there are lots of pastries and other goodies. It has lots of seating and very family friendly place. The ROM staff are very polite and customer orientated. Dino's were a huge hit, Egypt and Vikings! There is something for everyone at this place!! I am looking forward to my next visit!!
This place is worth every penny. The ticket prices are quite affordable, students get discounts as well. The staff are quite friendly, there are signs everywhere so you can never get lost, they even give you a free map by the information desk. There are free tours almost hourly and if you get tired of exploring there are seats everywhere, which really helps if your physically disabled in any way. There are both stairs and elevators to all floors and all floors are wheelchair accessible. The exhibits are great, and the information provided for each artefacts are very helpful, well written and well explained. You'll absolutely love the variety and depth of things to see. One moment I was looking at the skeleton of a creature from millions of years ago and the next I was looking at medieval Knight suits! I truly enjoyed my visit to the Royal Ontario Museum.
If you want to know a place better, you must go to the local museum. ROM would never disappoint you. It's not only about the Toronto area, but also exhibits other cultures. There are some exhibition for limited time, which are very worthy to have a look. Students get free access on Tuesdays. Just go and find out what new exhibition is holding there! It is fun learning history by visiting a museum!
The docent we had was great. She gave a wonderful overview of what the museum had to offer and stayed after for any questions. The Paleolithic era collections were wonderful! They also had a great special exhibit (at the time of our visit it was Art & Power, a collection of indigenous art) which will not disappoint! A great museum for visitors and locals.
Truly should have left it alone. The old majestic museum was far better than the new. Tiny rooms now. Lost the grand feel it used to have. Exhibits are not as good as when I was a kid. Disappointed. Druxy's is disgusting food. Used to have a great cafeteria with decent food.
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