Did you know that the iconic Royal Ontario Museum is Canda's LARGEST museum of world cultures and natural history? If that wasn't enough reason to visit, we don't know what is!
You'll never run out of fun and fantastic things to do at the Royal Ontario Museum, where kids can discover wonders of the world, and uncover fascinating history!
As they immerse themselves in the museum's exhibits, they might find themselves exploring Ancient Egypt one minute, or digging for dinosaur bones the next! Yes kids, there are dinosaurs at the museum, and we KNOW you love dinosaurs!
Also in the exhibits, kids can find out what followed after the dinosaur extinction - what kind of creatures do you think the planet was home to?
Have you ever seen a rare white rhino? At the Royal Ontario Museum you can! Kids can also discover some of the most beautiful creatures of our waters at the live coral reef. Did we also mention kids can actually transform into a a medieval knight in the CIBC Discovery Gallery?
From the Natural History galleries, to Art & Culture, the whole family can read about what Ancient Rome was really like to live in, or delve deep into the lost civilization of ancient Nubia! From the Far East, to Middle East, Africa and Europe, the exhibits at the Royal Ontario Museum really showcase the wonders of the world, wonders of past cultures and offer on display some pretty incredible artifacts that you can see with your very own eyes!
With world-class specimens and fun, great programs for families and kids alike, and engaging galleries, the Royal Ontario Museum is your gateway to the world!
By Subway: Bloor-Danforth Subway Line -
St. George Station is the closest subway stop to ROM’s main entrance. This stop is fully accessible with elevators to street level at the Bloor Street and Bedford Road entrance.
Yonge-University Subway Line -
Museum Station is the closest subway stop to ROM’s President’s Choice School Entrance. This stop is not wheelchair accessible.
Take the 13 Avenue Road bus from Eglinton subway station.
The 142 routes use accessible buses and run north and south with stops at Queen’s Park just half a block south-east of ROM’s main entrance.
$23 for general admission
$14 for general admission
$18 GA for seniors and students
Druxy’s ROM Café is located on Level 1B!
Druxy's Famous Deli is the operator of ROM's cafeteria restaurant. In addition to the delicious sandwiches and salads that Druxy's has become famous for, Druxy's ROM Café has an expanded menu that includes burgers, pizzas and other grilled and hot foods. The menu at Druxy's ROM Café will also be customized to complement the Museum's changing programs.
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The ROM Boutique offers a unique collection of local, international, and artisanal products themed to art, culture, and nature, reflecting the beauty and diversity of the Museum's galleries and exhibitions.
They love when students visit the museum as part of a field trip! Just give them a call and they will happily help arrange with great discounts, and they also offer educational resources for in-class lessons too!
At the cafe, diverse meals provide fresh, healthy, affordable choices for the whole family.
The ROM is committed to accessibility for all visitors. They offer a variety of programs and services to ensure the accessibility of the Museum and its collections.
The gallery of Indigenous history, stories, culture and artwork is accessible via our Weston Queen’s Park entrance and is free to all guests during opening hours