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Royal Ontario Museum
Today 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
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100 Queens Park Toronto, ON M5S 2C6 Canada
100 Queens ParkCAONTorontoM5S 2C6
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
The Royal Ontario Museum is an essential destination for making sense of our changing cultural and natural worlds.
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Sprawling natural history & world cultures galleries, plus dinosaurs in the Libeskind crystal wing.- Google
People talk about dinosaur, bat cave, daniel libeskind, contemporary culture and special exhibits
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Aaron Sutton
reviewed a month ago
Amazing. Love it. Have very fond memories from childhood in this place. My elementary schools always took us on field trips here and I've always enjoyed it. Great place to learn and explore. Family fun. If you're visiting Toronto and like history museums, absolutely visit the ROM.
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Jason Lin
reviewed 6 months ago
I'm a student and I got a memebership with the ROM. Well I wanna say is not the best museum in the world but definitely worth look into it. The price, however, is quite expensive compares to other well known museum such as the French louver museum or the british museum, or any american museum.... Collection wise, I think they've got the best collection in Canada especically the chinese exibit, blown away by the huge wall painting and the collection of statutes they've got...
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Thiago Silva Poeys
reviewed 4 months ago
Amazing Museum, a lot of things to see of all around the world and ages. Extremely well located, you can let your coats and bags in the entrance and have free wifi!
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Lynn Lau
reviewed 5 months ago
Give this place a pass if you plan on bringing anyone under the age of 3. Been there twice and have been disappointed both times. Expensive to get in and not great for young children. Unless you want to spend your whole day in the special play room to watch your kids play with Melissa and Doug toys for $15/adult. Knowing that the exhibits have little to offer for young ones, we left our toddler at home on our second attempt so we could try to enjoy the Mayan exhibit. Half hour wait in the rain and $50 later, we're trudging through the crowded, airless basement, squinting at the artifact descriptions, waiting in line to pass the various glass cases. It was almost a relief when we were stopped by staff who said we weren't allowed to carry our infant in our soft backpack carrier because it was too crowded and they'd "had bad experiences in the past." If memory serves, ordinary strollers are too large to be allowed in the exhibits but acceptable small strollers are available for rent at the front for an additional fee. PS if you want to park your double stroller, it will cost you $4 at the coat check.
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Paul Lopes
reviewed 2 months ago
Cool place for kids and adults. Architecture is great too - you literally have to explore the building to find the different displays - great experience all-round.
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ana vina
reviewed a week ago