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Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queens Pk
Toronto, ON  M9N 2H6

(416) 586-8000

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October 29, 2018


Connect with the wonders of our world at the Royal Ontario Museum. Canada's largest museum of art, culture, and nature, takes you on an epic journey from 4.5 billion years ago to today.

Where jaw-dropping dinosaurs, glittering gems, and mysterious mummies are just a few of the treasures on display. Located in the heart of Toronto, the ROM is a favourite with locals and is one of... more

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May 18, 2012

It is the ROM’s mission to engage the public in exploration of cultural change and to serve as an advocate for science in the study of nature. Programs ranging from formal student education courses to public debates, lectures, symposia, films, tours, publications, travel and family activities.

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4 star rating
TheProfessor January 30, 2012
love this museum

always been a big fan of the ROM - so much to see and learn

4 star rating
myshell Toronto, Ontario September 16, 2010
Architecture Gone Wrong

The new building is an example of architecture gone wrong. If you are a fan of exposed drywall and parking garages, you will love the inside of the structure. Otherwise...

The outstanding dinosaur collection, housed in the new wing, has also suffered. The bones have been setup in glass stones. Perhaps the idea was to match with the surrounding building. Unfortunately, it distracts from the displays. The curators of the museum should accept the criticism of this building and move away from the glass theme. Paint the walls, get rid of the glass.

Fortunately, the older Chinese and Greek exhibits are outstanding. The nature exhibits are also pretty good. It is the ROMs saving grace. I also went to see the special exhibit of the Teracotta Warriors, which was amazing.

4 star rating
Teresa September 01, 2010
Fascinatingly Fun

I usually go to the ROM every year, and it was especially exciting the last time I went, as the ROM had just recently undergone renovations and looked completely different. It was amazing, seeing the newly built structure for the first time; the modern glass structure glinted in the sun and the sheer size and advanced visage of it took my breath away. Though not extremely good-looking, it is very awesome. The exhibitions were just as great, I loved the bat cave, the birds exhibition, the snake exhibition, the dinosaur exhibition (though I still don't find dinosaurs that interesting), the Egyptian exhibition, where the creepy wraith-like mummies, though pretty cool, REALLY gave me the creeps, the China exhibition with all the glassware and ancient cups and stuff, the room with the great gold domed arched ceiling, the Roman/Greece (?) exhibit with all the statues... etc. Overall ROM is a very fascinating and interesting place to visit, and contains much epic stuff.

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June 21, 2012

This museum's renowned collection is centered on natural history and world culture—don't miss the archaeological exhibits and the Bat Cave—but lately it has played second fiddle to its notorious renovation. Known as the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, this 50,000-square-foot eruption of jutting angles, sharp points, and mathematical planes is the work of famed architect Daniel Libeskind. Thrusting... more

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4 star rating
June 17, 2012

This is Canada's largest museum and the fifth largest on the continent, with 6 million objects in its collections. The massive and controversial renovation by starchitect Daniel Libeskind has had mixed reviews from visitors and locals: some love it, others decry the design. The new crystal wing, which houses six galleries, hangs out over Bloor Street, hiding the main entrance. (Finding your way... more

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4 star rating
October 21, 2018

A man at the lobby told us his wife did not show up hence got to resell ticket at discounted $15. We took the ticket but could not pass thru. The gentleman at the counter was very very nice and helped us but advised we should not buy a resell ticket. Later we encountered the guy who sold us ticket. He claimed if we could not pass thru he wud return us the money. We did not take refund but are... more

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4 star rating
October 05, 2018

Went to the ROM Friday night party. It is the best way to experience the museum. With music, dj's, food, and bars on every floor it was the time of my life. They had a silent disco and the geology exhibit with all the diamonds, stone and million dollar gold coin were marvels. If you are 19+ don't even bother going during the day just wait until Friday night when it's an adult event!

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4 star rating
September 09, 2018

Being that his was one of my stops on my city pass I made sure I paid it a visit. As a history buff I was blown away by the amount of artifacts that the museum had curated. Nothing caught my interest more than the extinct species skeletons on display. They had a wide variety of pre-historic to Jurassic fossil exhibition that will keep you entertained for hours.

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June 24, 2014

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Generations of children and adults have trooped through the museum since it first opened in 1914. With six million objects in its collections and 40 galleries of art, archaeology and natural science, the ROM offers a whole world to explore. Four giant carved totem poles rise in the centre of the stairwells; the largest is 24.5 metres (over 80 ft.) tall.... more

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June 04, 2014

Sprawling natural history & world cultures galleries, plus dinosaurs in the Libeskind crystal wing.

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June 01, 2014

Toronto's largest museum features exhibits on art, social history, archaeology, natural history and more. The striking Michael Lee-Chin Crystal addition, designed by Daniel Libeskind, is home to the James and Louise Temerty Gallery of the Age of Dinosaurs, plus a variety of other galleries displaying thousands of artifacts that reveal the intricacies of natural history and world cultures. Open... more

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