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  • Wander five floors of spectacular galleries and state-of-the-art exhibition spaces

  • The gigantic Royal Ontario Museum collection comprises a cool 13 million artworks, cultural objects, and natural history specimens

  • See the largest collection of Chinese architectural artifacts outside of mainland China

  • Brush up on your palaeontology with one of the world's most complete collections of dinosaur fossils

  • Marvel at some not-so-hidden-gems, with the largest display of minerals, gems and meteorites in Canada

  • Trace the evolution of Earth's animal populations from the the earliest sea creatures to land mammals, and more

  • Passionate about fashion? Explore the third largest fashion and textile collection in the world

With 13 million artworks, artifacts, animals specimens, rare minerals, and cultural curiosities to see with Royal Ontario Museum tickets, there's no time to waste standing in line!

That's why buying Royal Ontario Museum tickets in advance is always a good idea. But what kinds of tickets are there?

Royal Ontario Museum tickets include:

  • Get fast-track entry with a trusty skip-the-line ticket, and waltz right into the museum with no need to queue in the busy lines to buy an entry ticket. This is the best option if you are short on time.

  • An in-depth experience with entry to the Royal Ontario Museum plus special exhibitions.. This not only lets you skip the line, but it also gives you access to all of the exhibitions taking place during your visit. These are often some of the most spectacular and cutting-edge things to see in the Royal Ontario Museum, so if you have the time, this is a great option

  • There are two cafes in the museum: Druxy’s ROM Cafe (open from 10 am – 4 pm) and ROM Coffee Bar (open from 11 am – 4 pm)

  • You are advised not to bring valuables or large bags/suitcases to the museum

  • Tall people beware! There are low ceilings in some parts of the museum; take care when carrying children

  • Hand sanitizer stations and seated rest areas are available throughout the building

  • Photography and video with handheld equipment is allowed in most permanent galleries (for personal use only). Flash photography is also allowed

  • Selfie sticks, tripods, monopods, etc. are not allowed

  • Photography may not be permitted in some special exhibitions. Signs will be clearly posted in spaces where photography restrictions are in effect

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Mary Lou,  Canada Canada
21 Jul 2023
We enjoyed celebrating a two year old’s birthday at the ROM. He especially enjoyed the things he could touch like the button that lights up the alligator jaw. The dinoussur exhibit was also...
We enjoyed celebrating a two year old’s birthday at the ROM. He especially enjoyed the things he could touch like the button that lights up the alligator jaw. The dinoussur exhibit was also ‘live.’ Most of all he enjoyed discovering so many things the ROM has to offer! Thank you!
Royal Ontario Museum: Skip The Line
Svitlana,  Canada Canada
09 Oct 2023
This was a really good museum. There was lots of different interesting exhibits
Royal Ontario Museum: Skip The Line
Laura ,  United States United States
10 Oct 2023
Very easy and convenient
Royal Ontario Museum: Skip The Line

About: Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum is a massive museum in central Toronto focused on the world of art, culture and nature. It's one of the biggest, most important museums in North America, and the largest in Canada.

Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:00 - 17:30
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:30
Thursday 10:00 - 17:30
Friday 10:00 - 17:30
Saturday 10:00 - 17:30
Sunday 10:00 - 17:30
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queen’s Park, ON M5S 2C6, Toronto
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