- Discover five floors of extraordinary galleries and exhibitions, including up to 13 million artworks, cultural objects and natural history specimens
- See the largest collection of Chinese architectural artifacts outside of China and get prehistoric with one of the world's best collections of dinosaurs
- Enjoy the largest display of minerals, gems and meteorites in Canada, and tons of family-friendly experiences for kids of all ages
What comes to mind when you think of feeding on blood? Most people would say vampires, and some would think of mosquitoes, bats, and leeches – but there are actually more than 30,000 species that feed on blood!
This exhibit from the ROM has sucked the subject of blood dry, delving into everything from the lore of vampires to the Chupacabra and bloodletting in medicine. You'll see live specimens, huge installations, and learn all there is to know about creatures who can't get enough of the red stuff.
If this happy-looking Weddell seal doesn't make you want to visit the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, what will?
Explore all-new pictures by lauded photographers from around the globe, which highlight the wild beauty of planet Earth. There are categories for pixel-perfect Animal Portraits and gritty Urban Wildlife captures. Dive into the world Under Water and analyse the Behaviour of Birds.
Whether you're obsessed with photography or just in it for the cute animals, it's impossible not to be moved by the award-winning photos on display and their depiction of our astounding, ever-changing world.
The Royal Ontario Museum is a massive museum in central Toronto focused on the world of art, culture and nature. From The Bat Cave to the Gallery of Birds, there's enough natural history in here to film a Hollywood blockbuster. Explore world cultures, dinosaurs, mining, meteors, and a fun hands-on gallery to keep the kids amused.
Hang out with dinosaurs and track the rise of mammals following their extinction. Explore treasures from earth and space across galleries packed with info on meteorites, rocks, precious minerals, and gems, and learn how mining impacts our lives.
Over in World Cultures, see the largest collection of Chinese architectural artifacts outside of China, uncover traditions of the Middle East and Europe, and explore ancient Egypt and the lost civilization of Nubia.
You'll also find the third largest fashion and textile collection in the world!
- Scan your smartphone ticket to enter the museum. Use the express entry point
- For reduced tickets, a valid ID/student ID must be shown
- Cancellations are not possible for this ticket
- Changes are not possible for this ticket
Please note that general admission is free every 3rd Tuesday of the month from 17:30 until 20:30.