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100 Queens Park Toronto, ON M5S 2C6 Canada
100 Queens ParkCAOntarioTorontoM5S 2C6
+1 416-586-8000rom.on.ca
Museum, Natural History Museum
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Natural History Museum
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Today 10AM–5:30PM
Tuesday 10AM–5:30PMWednesday 10AM–5:30PMThursday 10AM–5:30PMFriday 10AM–8:30PMSaturday 10AM–5:30PMSunday 10AM–5:30PMMonday 10AM–5:30PM
With over six million objects in our collections and 40 galleries of art, archeology and natural science, the ROM offers a whole world for your family to explore.
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Sprawling natural history & world cultures galleries, plus dinosaurs in the Libeskind crystal wing.- Google
"A very nice museum, and a lot of fun at the Friday Night Live events."
"Dinosaur exhibit is excellent and overall its a fantastic place to go."
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Shawn Tejani
2 weeks ago
Friday nights at the ROM are always a blast. Great tapas style food from all over the world, fairly priced drinks for such an event and even a selection of low and mid tier scotches. Uses a "ticket" system where you purchase tickets for about $6 each and each ticket equals one drink or food choice anywhere in t he museum. If you want to listen to some Drake beats, munch on some good food that even the most discerning foodie would approve of, hang out with a business casual crowd amongst dinosaurs and artifacts then check this event out. Good idea to buy tickets ahead of time ($15)
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Talal Wazeer
in the last week
What an incredible experience. This architectural wonder has exhibits as impressive as its exterior. Had an an awe inspiring time taking in its diverse historic exhibits. The T-rex was one to remember. Memorable experience. I recommend getting the city pass to avoid long lines.
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Andrew Specht
2 weeks ago
Our museum The ROM, among other things has a world class vertebrate palaeontology collection (The Futalongkosaurus, Gordo The Barosaurus, and last but not least The Wendiceratops)‼️👍👍❤️❤️ (I'll be back at a future date to check out invertebrate palaeontology🔍) I'll let the images speak for themselves📷 The staff at The ROM, from the ground up, are *first rate*‼️👍👍❤️❤️ The fully accessible (as is almost the entire ROM) are the best in the city *period*‼️👍👍❤️❤️ You're literally falling over different places you can eat- There's a Druxy's in the Museum *YUM*‼️👍👍(I howled at their sign in he elevator😆) Not sure if there are still food vendors outside (I can remember chestnuts❤️❤️) Within easy walking distance, anything your budget/stomach or heart❤️ desires‼️👍👍 Easily reached by TTC🚍🚃🚈‼️👍👍
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Emily Steele
a week ago
They have an amazing collection. Every item will hold your interest. Educational signs help enhance your experience. The building itself is an architectural masterpiece. Their gem, rock, and stone collection is the most amazing collection I've seen. The colors, variety, sizes, origins. Even rock pieces from Mars. I was lucky enough to visit when Chihuly had an exhibit. I could have stayed there all day and soaked in his genius. I will return should I return to this part of Canada.
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Anna Kania
2 weeks ago
I especially liked the collection of Chinese and Egyptian archaeological artifacts and the Dinosaur exhibition, but there are many more tremendous collections to choose from. The museum is air conditioned and has many comfy sofas for visitors which is a huge advantage as you need at least two/three hours to watch a tiny bit the museum has to offer. Furthermore, there is a nice restaurant downstairs and lots of interactive areas for kids. They have discounted admission from 4:30 to 8:30 pm on Fridays, as well!
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Kendra Mcleod
a week ago
I've been to a lot of museums and this one was boring and uninformative. Here is a bird... No info or habitat. O, this looks interesting but what is it??? Nothing! No information! Museums should be interesting and a fun learning experience. Very disappointing. My favorite is the Western Development Museum in Saskatoon Sk or the Space and Science Center in Edmonton Ab, or the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller Ab... Really, any other one was more informative and interesting then this one. Good displays but NEEDS some history and info on what I am looking at. And the gift shop is stupidly over priced! Never seen one so ridiculously marked up! I always buy something but didn't here because $80 for a small paperback book? $30-50 for a cup???!!!? Get real guys!
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Sylvia Lorico
a week ago
Located quite close to Museum station and a short trip from St George station, the ROM is a huge exhibition for all ages. Whether you enjoy ancient civilizations or dinosaurs it's all there at the ROM! Fair warning that the building can get busy quickly during peak hours and in the summer. Be sure to pack a lunch and prepare to spend at least a day exploring!
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Emma Ryan
a month ago
The museum building itself has a really nice architectural design. Over 4 stories, you see a huge variety of exhibitions on display from different countries/areas and eras. The biggest exhibition is probably the dinosaurs. The map of the museum distributed at the info desk is very clear and user-friendly.

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