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Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum General Admission Voucher

Activity provider: Royal Ontario Museum

Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum General Admission Voucher

Activity provider: Royal Ontario Museum

From US$ 17.27 per person

Explore towering dinosaur skeletons to awe-inspiring contemporary paintings at the Royal Ontario Museum. Walk through the home to more than 13 million artworks, artifacts, and specimens.

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Experience

Highlights
  • Explore the Tomb of General Zu Dashou, a Ming Dynasty tomb
  • See Barosaurus, a rare, longnecked sauropod skeleton, which is the largest mounted dinosaur in Canada
  • Learn how the earth and its cultures have evolved, and how the changes faced today will shape the world of tomorrow
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Discover towering dinosaur skeletons to awe-inspiring contemporary paintings at the Royal Ontario Museum. Explore the home to more than 13 million artworks, artifacts, and specimens from around the world and across the ages.

Find yourself at the most visited museum in Canada—and one of the top ten museums in North America. Walk through some of the world's best exhibitions and Must-See Treasures with the aid of bilingual multi-media kiosks.

Take in an exceptional array of themed galleries throughout the Museum, spanning both world cultures and natural history. Must-See Treasures at the Museum include:  • The Nisga’a and Haida totem poles • The Chinese Temple Art mural The Paradise of Maitreya  • The Tomb Mound of General Zu Dashou (“Ming Tomb”)  • The rare Southern White Rhinoceros • The Barosaurus (“Gordo”), Canada’s largest dinosaur on display  • The duck-billed hadrosaur Parasaurolophus walkeri • The exceptionally well-preserved fossils from the Burgess Shale  • The 900-carat Light of the Desert Cerussite gem • The Tagish Lake Meteorite • The Bust of Cleopatra VII • The Statue of Sekhmet — one of the oldest known Egyptian deities  • The Egyptian Book of the Dead • Earl of Pembroke’s Armour • Kunti Sculpture (“Blue Lady”)  • The Striding Lion Terracotta Relief 

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  • General admission voucher

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    Enter through Michael Lee-Chin Bloor Street or Weston Queen’s Park Entrances. Check in at the ROM Admissions Desk upon arrival at the Museum.

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    What to bring

    • Comfortable shoes

    Not allowed

    • Smoking
    • Food and drinks
    • Luggage or large bags
    • Pets (assistance dogs allowed)

    Know before you go

    • Photography with flash and video recording is permitted in most permanent galleries for personal use only, with hand-held equipment
    • Pets are not permitted in the Museum. Service animals, such as seeing eye dogs, are exempt
    • Food of any type is not permitted in the Museum galleries
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.6 /5

    based on 408 reviews

    Review summary

    • Value for money
      4.5/5
    • Service
      4.5/5
    • Organization
      4.5/5

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    The R.O.M. has always been a special place for me, since a school trip, to taking my Daughter young adult for a visit. Now 45 years later it still fascinates me. Amazing history pieces from different cultures, lots of dinosaur skeletons and whales. There was too much to mention all the amazing exhibits. I highly recommend a visit. Very clean and lots of knowledgeable Staff available. The only drawback for me was paying $8. for French fries

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    May 6, 2022

    Museum is super but I printed my ticket on paper, and had it on my phone and when I arrived they still made me waste time going to the ticket counter to get a printed ticket. I purchased in advance to save time and ended up wasting more time there.

    April 10, 2022

    I enjoyed the museum but I'm afraid that my children failed to share my enthusiasm. For children born in the 2000s, I find that simply looking at objects, regardless of which era they come from, is not an engaging or educational activity. I believe that if there were some forms of media to explain why the artifacts are so splendid based on the lack of resources and technology available during their creation, it might have more of an impact.

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    April 2, 2022

    Product ID: 14430