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Royal Ontario Museum Toronto

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Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen's Park
Toronto
ON
M5S2C6
Tel: 416.586.8000

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You'll never run out of fun and fantastic things to do at the ROM, Canada's largest museum of world cultures and natural history. Explore Ancient Egypt, dig for dinosaur bones, see the rare white rhino and a live coral reef, or become a medieval knight in our CIBC Discovery Gallery. With world-class specimens and fun, engaging galleries, the ROM is your gateway to the world!
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    Amazing art. This museum captures the best of the world and shows it to you. Many have worked really hard to make it a reality. The guides are great cause they're interested in what they're talking about. My only complaint would be the overpriced food - but since this place is located near a busy part of the important Bloor Street, saving on the food is pretty easy if you can get out for a while.

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    A friend of mine from London, England and I started our day at the ROM on the 11am tour of "Ten Museum Highlights" starting with the magnificent Chinese temple wall mural "Paradise of Maitreya". Our tour guide had an engaging personality and her enlightening material was delivered in an interesting manner, at times with humourous stories and tidbits of information. We enjoyed the tour immensely and, this being the first tour I have every gone on, I am inspired to return to take many more, in addition to attending the ROM's special world culture...Read More

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    I did have a wonderful time there seeing all these dinosaur bones and other artifacts about evolution and it was the best trip i had with my classmates. Thumbs up To the ROM.

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    Really good and informative Museum. Spent around 2 hours browsing through most of the exhibits. It's definitely good for kids and adults.

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    Happy 100th Anniversary!

    Canada's world renowned museum never ceases to amaze with their internationally acclaimed and extravagant limited time exhibits. With detailed information pertinent to the exhibition that is featured, there is a lot to learn ina single day at the ROM whenever something ne arrives!

    General Admission also keeps your coming back, as new additions are added, memories rekindled and history revisited. If you're reading this, ten you like museums so I'm not going to make a plea to people who think such rich artifacts are boring.

    Have...Read More

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by Catherine Black

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A friend of mine from London, England and I started our day at the ROM on the 11am tour of "Ten Museum Highlights" starting with the magnificent Chinese temple wall mural "Paradise of Maitreya". Our tour guide had an engaging personality and her enlightening material was delivered in an interesting manner, at times with humourous stories and tidbits of information. We enjoyed the tour immensely and, this being the first tour I have every gone on, I am inspired to return to take many more, in addition to attending the ROM's special world culture days and weekends, which I find to be of the highest quality of entertainment and education.
After the tour we had a delicious lunch in the Cafe and then spent three more hours in some favourite places, particularly the Gems and Minerals and Fashion exhibits.
I'm so glad I could take my friend to this wonderful museum and, as someone who has seen many of London's wonderful places, she was quite impressed with her experience at the Royal Ontario Museum.

by Greg Jankowski

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Happy 100th Anniversary!

Canada's world renowned museum never ceases to amaze with their internationally acclaimed and extravagant limited time exhibits. With detailed information pertinent to the exhibition that is featured, there is a lot to learn ina single day at the ROM whenever something ne arrives!

General Admission also keeps your coming back, as new additions are added, memories rekindled and history revisited. If you're reading this, ten you like museums so I'm not going to make a plea to people who think such rich artifacts are boring.

Have fun; and take your kids!

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