Lots of variety in the collection, and one of the best museum gift shops I have ever seen. Very worthwhile part of the fabulous art scene in Toronto.
My husband and I visited the ROM, thinking we would only spend a few hours there. After spending over an hour in one exhibit, we realized that we would have to spend a lot longer there, but it was totally worth it. The museum has tons of artifacts and exhibits. We will definitely be going back the next time we're... More
This is a beautiful museum right in the middle of town and very near to a subway station. It is a standard Museum of Natural History and Culture, but it has a fantastic early Canada section, which I only wish was larger. It is a lovely place to go and recharge on a busy trip.
Came to the Museum to catch the Mesopotamia exhibition. It was outstanding. I spent almost 3 hours just lingering at the Iraqi artifacts. This time round I did not have time to check out the other floors. The special exhibits here are always well thought out and sensibly displayed. This Museum is not to be missed if you are in... More
My husband and I like different types of museums -- I like cultural/social history and art, he likes natural history and science. At the ROM, we both found what we were looking for and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. There is a lot here, but the exhibits are laid out very well. I was extremely impressed by the ROM. It's clearly a... More
My two sisters and I walked through this amazing exhibit on Friday night. Amateur photographers from all over the world entered this contest. The photographs of animals and the environment were exquisite! The efforts that some of the photographers went to obtain the perfect photo were amazing. This is a very worthwhile exhibit to see.
Spent several excellent hours here during a weekend visit to Toronto and had marked the ROM as one of the highlights of the trip. It is very conveniently located off the Toronto subway (Museum stop) and has a extensive display of both historical and natural history items to offer. There was a special hands on family day event for children... More
Lots of interesting things to see for all ages and interests. We spent a lot of time in the dinosaur exhibit and there are many interactive displays and videos to enjoy.
If you want to browse the entire ROM you need to allocate minimum 3 hours to it. And that will only give you time to browse. Entrance was 18.50$ when I visited, incl. the temporary exhibit about Mesopotamia. But I must say it was worth it. Too much to see to describe here, but if I should mention one thing... More
Check out Friday Nights at the ROM for a limited time the ROM turns their front foyer into a dynamic club scene with guest DJs and pop-up restaurants. A perfect blend of food, culture and music!
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