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Opened in 1914, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) showcases art, culture, and nature from around the globe and across the ages. One of North America's most renowned cultural institutions, Canada's largest museum is home to a world-class collection of...more
This museum is definitely worth a visit. There are a lot to see. The children section however was pretty small with not much to do. I expected it to be bigger and have more for kids but we still had fun and I don’t regret...More
This is a must see Museum and offers many exhibits and items to marvel over! The exhibit halls are many and it’s reach us broad throughout Canada. You can spend days here and not see it all. Great for families to enjoy together or for...More
Be sure to allow time to visit the Royal Ontario Museum, has to be one of the best in the world! Collections cover the history of Canada, furniture and porcelain of the periods as well as armory used by the different armies that colonized the...More
I have been to the ROM many times. It seems to be getting more in the way of watching television on displays than actually interacting with real life. Half the exhibits have discovery or history channel docs playing while you look at 1 or 2...More
This museum is one of the must-see places when you travel to Toronto. It has great exhibits that showcase things from all over the world. The most interesting in my opinion was the Asian and Canadian exhibit. If you are planning on visiting more than...More
We really enjoyed the Museum. They have a fascinating Spider Exhibit. I was interesting for any aged person. The Evidence Exhibition is about the evidence presented in 2,000 in a lawsuit in the UK that confirmed the Holocaust. Well worth seeing. The natural history sections...More
Midtown is a dynamic part of Toronto with some of its most stylish high-rise residences and heritage buildings. The area sees busy shoppers with bag-laden arms balancing lattes in paper cups as they travel from one luxury brand to the next, taking advantage of the proximity of high-end shops. The reflecting pools, jogging trails, and nature treks of the Rosehill Revision are always a hub of outdoor activity, and
after a workout from either running or splurging, many take advantage of the spas and massage parlors Midtown has to offer. Away from the bakeries, boutiques, and glamorous old theaters of the district's center, locals use the weekend to embrace the more suburban feel of Midtown's parks, tennis courts, outdoor markets, and the manicured grounds of Casa Loma, while families indulge the area's state-of-the-art playground and learning facilities. Of course, no high-brow district is complete without a healthy counter-culture: Midtown boasts some of the wildest street art and full-wall graffiti of any neighborhood in Toronto.
They do have a restaurant where you can purchase food/drinks AND you can take your own food to ear on designated area. However if you leave the museum I'm not sure they allow readmission evn on the same day
I'm sorry I can't accurately answer that question, . I was only there once at the beginning of the event, but it didn't look that crowded to me. I t sounded like fun though with the music playing. Make sure you visit the... More
I'm sorry I can't accurately answer that question, . I was only there once at the beginning of the event, but it didn't look that crowded to me. I t sounded like fun though with the music playing. Make sure you visit the indigenous room though and allow time to see it all. I'm planning a return visit just to see it all.