Full of interesting objects including a great Dinosaur display! .
Nothing but good stuff to say about the ROM. It could do with a few more benches in the galleries. You can rent strollers for free, again I went there with my 3 year old and my 3 month old. My 3 year old was quite curious and asked a lot of questions. Of course there was stuff he wasn't... More
Before coming to the ROM, I had very high expectations of the most hyped attraction of the Toronto CityPass. EVERYONE we ran into told us how wonderful this place is. So upon entering, the first thing my family did was go to the 2nd floor to see the dinosaurs. They did not disappoint! A volunteer handed me a fossil and... More
Great place to re-visit and re-acquaint with exhibits. Really enjoyed the medieval activities that were showcased in the fall
I cant get enough of this place. I really love the special exhibits. The bat cave, and animal exhibits, Ancient Egypt. Looking forward to visit the Mayan exhibit soon.
The ROM is never a disappointment. Tons of fun always a new exhibit
The building is really interesting (albeit a bit controversial) and I would say far more attractive inside than outside. I didn't spend long here - it was a last minute idea when my mom was in town so we squeezed it in. Their furniture and Canadian history exhibits were lovely and I am sure there was more to discover in... More
This is a great place to take kids and yet also appeals to adults. Educational and always great shows like the Dead Sea Scrolls
We didn't have a lot of time but we really enjoyed it. The signage could have been more clear. It seemed we spent a lot of time trying to find the right elevator. There was a huge incredibly loud school group there. Luckily we were able to see the Mayan exhibit while they were eating lunch. That alone was worth... More
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