Royal Ontario Museum



  • health food,


  • casual,

Products and Services

  • organic food,
  • fresh market,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
  • French,

Getting There

  • St. George & Museum Subway Stations,
100 Queen's Pk, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours



  • $11 to $25,

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    Take a tour of Toronto’s top attractions

    Take a tour of Toronto’s top attractions

    Marvel at the architectural novelty of the Crystal exterior and enter it to experience the wonders of nature and masterpieces of art and craft from Canada and around the world. The museum has everything from dinosaurs to Chinese Ming tombs, along with special exhibitions, tours and a wide choice of activities and programs.

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    Haunted hotspots in Toronto

    You might not want to spend the night at this haunted museum on Bloor Street. Charles Currelly, the ROM’s very first curator, is rumored to wander through the East Asiatic collection at this famed Toronto landmark. Currelly would often burn the midnight oil at the museum, and today staff members feel his ghostly presence late at night — some report visions of him roaming the building in his nightshirt while others have heard the sounds of his vintage radio music wafting through the halls.

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    Creative workshops for kids in Toronto

    Creative workshops for kids in Toronto

    The ROM’s popular Saturday morning club gives kids a chance to explore the galleries and take part in activity-based programs inspired by the museum’s unique collection of archeological discoveries, mineral specimens and historical artifacts. There are different programming streams and the museum also hosts a variety of full-day and half-day summer camps for kids, a family day camp, PD day camps and March Break camps. New Torontonians ages 13 to 16 can participate in weekend workshops in the New to Canada Youth Club (NCYC) to help them gain a greater understanding of Canada’s diverse geography and cultural history.

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