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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 MuseumToday 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:30 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:30 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:30 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:30 pmFriday 10:00 am – 8:30 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:30 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
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Sprawling natural history & world cultures galleries, plus dinosaurs in the Libeskind crystal wing.- Google
"I definitely enjoyed the dinosaur exhibit and the observance on Cambodia."
"...diverse collection of world culture and natural history."
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Gordie Hanna
in the last week
The ROM has some great exhibits of cultures and animals from all around the world. I really enjoy the Ontario exhibit though, which showcases Ontario furniture from the 1700-1800s (all handmade and one of a kind). They do a very good job of telling the history of Ontario and life here in the past. You could spend all day here!
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Hillary Connolly
6 months ago
Life-long ROM lover! The ROM is a great place for TO visitors and locals who want something fun and interactive to do. Not just for kids -- lots to offer 20-and-30-somethings too! I always love the Friday Night Live parties and for several years have enjoyed amazing and totally unique "backstage" museum experiences through the Young Patrons Circle.
Marina L
3 months ago
This review is intended for the Friday Night Live excluding the museum itself which I adore. I went last night with a friend & we managed to score free tickets but I wasn't impressed by this event so don't think i'll be revisitng. If anything it's designed like an upscale nightclub there is so much liquor vendors it seems they just want to get you wasted and profit off your drunken self. There was two floors of different dj's music was good & a live band on another including 3 separate areas to take photo's from but after walking through it all the only source of entertainment came from 3 wacky dancers who humored the crowd. My drink was strong but my friend's was bland appropriate if your a first time visitor I rarely go out now because event's are just too over hyped....
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George Kefalas
3 months ago
The money I spend every year to be a member is money well spent .I have been to a number of museums all over the world and the ROM has to rate as one of the top .Absolutely in love with it !!! PS One negative note : prices at the restaurant downstairs are exorbitant !!!
JeffnHeather HAR
5 months ago
Great experience. This is a hidden gem if you live outside of Toronto. It is well worth the trip to see what we have for a great museum. We took our 5 and 8 year old and soon learned that their interest is limited to a few exhibits involving mammals and dinosaurs. The other exhibits show casing Canada and Europe are amazing but young viewers just see a bunch of old stuff. My wife and I would return when we can leave the kids at home. You can't see it all in a day. We bought the family membership for a year which is the best deal. Well worth the trip to Toronto.
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Sebastien Hinse
2 weeks ago
Fantastic time with my family. We didn't have time to visit it all in one afternoon and will need to return! The building is impressive in itself and the exhibitions are extremely interesting.
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Elliot Schwartz
a month ago
Huge museum of human and natural history. Little kids will find about half of it interesting, but that's good enough to outlast their attention. A bit pricey. Cafe in the basement is not bad.
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Nicole Forde
2 months ago
Fantastic! ! There's something for everyone no matter what your interests are. Also, the staff are very helpful and courteous. As a family, this is our 3rd or 4th visit

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