The Royal Ontario Museum


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The Royal Ontario Museum

Mariam Tokhy

September 2019

Highly impressed! So many beautiful displays and exhibits, and they have even updated the way visitors can learn about a particular piece by incorporating touch screens in certain areas for further information. It is spacious, clean, quiet and easy to navigate with stunning ancient collections from all over world. Breathtaking gems and crystals, elaborate artifacts, dinosaurs, mummies, Roman statues, the list goes on! Give yourself 3-4 hours to fully explore it, because despite its exterior, its massive inside. Havent been there in years, but will be sure to make more frequent visits!

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Barry Kravitz

September 2019

Whenever my wife and I visit Toronto, we make it a point to visit the ROM which we consider a world class museum. The buildings architecture is amazingly beautiful and a Toronto landmark. The staff is very friendly and extremely knowledgeable about each exhibit. This makes learning so much fun. The last time we were there on September 1, 2018 we went to a presentation featuring spiders with a fascinating Golden Spider Silk Cape being displayed. WOW. This is a must stop for any visitor or resident of Toronto.

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Marcelo Gondim

September 2019

If you want to enrich you knowledge of history this is the place. I advise you save at least three hours to go through all the exhibits. Theres an immense variety of them. If you come with kids (like us) you will need a good four hours or more. Going though the dinosaurs exhibit and Egypt, where you can see real mummies, is a fantastic experience. I highly recommend this tour to anyone who lives in or is visiting Toronto.

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September 2019

Gorgeous very impressive largest museum in Canada. Alluring very unique architecture and one of a kind exterior design. Looks like crown jewel of museums, Bloor street looks even more luxurious and beautiful. It hosts many exhibits and fantastic exhibitions from all over the world. You cant see all of them in one visit but still you can see a lot of fabulous sculptures, exhibits, arts and much more. Doesnt matter how many times l come its always very interesting and fun. Fantastic area for kids on the second floor. Nice souvenir shop and selection of food. No picture or reviews do it justice you have to experience for yourself and enjoy spending time there admiring historical artwork and many fantastic exhibits. A lot to learn. Wonderful day to spend through pieces of history. Mesmerizing.

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George Brown

August 2019

This place blew me away with the quantity and quality of cool stuff to look at. It's definitely worth the visit. You will see incredible stuff from awesome cultures all over the globe. Nice museum. Clean. The extra exhibits were worth seeing (Dutch Masters + Indian Kings) good access for wheelchairs/prams etc. Lots of cool objects, items, skeletons etc. Things are well sign posted. Could maybe do with a few more seating areas. Would recommend. Fun museum for all ages. The collection of Chinese, Korean and Japanese artifacts is especially good.

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We have worked with the Royal Ontario Museum for many years delivering team building events to corporate clients and they are a pleasure to work with.

The venue is a wonderful game board for our puzzle based adventures.

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