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Royal Ontario Museum
See your world come alive and feed your mind at the ROM! Whether you’re interested in dinosaurs, Canadian history, ancient Egypt, biodiversity, and more – there’s something exciting for everyone at Canada’s largest museum of natural history and world cultures. We can’t wait to welcome you!
General Admission to Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history.
100 Queen's Park
At Bloor Street West and Avenue Road. Main entrance off Bloor Street West in the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal
Closed Christmas Day
- Gordo the Barosaurus, the largest dinosaur on display in Canada
- An assortment of collections include Asian art, Egyptian mummies and African jewelry.
- Explore the world’s biodiversity from ice age mammals to Canada's First Peoples
- The new Bat Cave — bigger, better, scarier
Present CityPASS booklet at the express entry point. Exchange voucher for a CityPASS booklet at the main ticket window.
Special Exhibits Included with CityPASS
Around 1914: Design in a New Age
Open through March 22, 2015
One hundred years ago, the ROM opened its doors to the public. Europe was plunged into the Great War. This cataclysmic world event marked the end of a social-political system that had existed for centuries and signalled the birth of the modern movement. It changed the way people looked at their lives and viewed their future.
100 Years of Collecting
Open through March 29, 2015
On March 19, 1914, the Duke of Connaught officially opened the doors of the Royal Ontario Museum for the first time. As a memento, he was presented with a beautifully illustrated manuscript, richly decorated with representations of objects on display at the ROM opening day. The manuscript is a prologue to the 100 years of collecting this exhibition celebrates.
Cairo Under Wraps: Early Islamic Textiles
Open through January 25, 2015
Almost 80 precious Early Islamic textiles dating from the 7th to 14th centuries – including rare examples of clothing – are featured in this original exhibition of ROM material. The decoration on these textiles mainly consists of Arabic inscriptions, often invoking Allah and naming the ruler. Many of these items were intended for the royal household. Some of the earliest pieces were collected by C.T. Currelly, the founding director of the Royal Ontario Museum, and are thus especially appropriate to show in our centennial year.
Upgrades for CityPASS Holders
Some special exhibitions require an additional fee.
ROM Audio Tour: $5 CAD
Advice for Visitors
- Visit weekdays after 1 p.m. when it's less crowded.
- Daily tours are offered to the public by trained volunteer Docents, and many are free with museum admission. Inquire at the Information Desk or see details.
- CityPASS users with disabilities may receive one additional admission free with each paid booklet.
Parking: Lots within walking distance: 9 Bedford Road (north of Bloor St.,); 37 Yorkville Avenue (north of Bloor St., east of Yorkville Ave.)
Dining: Druxy’s ROM Café
Accessibility: ROM is committed to accessibility for all visitors by providing access to collections and information resources; see details.
Self-Guide: Audio tour, $5
Gift Shop: ROM Boutique, ROM Kids Boutique
Coat Check: Coat check, $2; baggage check, free
Strollers: Strollers, $2
TTC: Take the Yonge-University-Spadina line or Bloor-Danforth line to St. George subway stop (Bedford Road exit).
Groups of 20 or more: Call (416) 586-5801 x2.
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