- Visit the largest natural history museum in Canada
- Discover the modern and beautiful architectural design of the Royal Ontario Museum
- Here you will find 6 million historical and natural relics
- Don't miss the chance to learn about the historical background of Canada
- Learn how the earth and its culture have evolved, and how the past will now shape the future
The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto is one of the largest and most interesting natural history museums in North America, and also the largest natural history museum in Canada. You can marvel at the expansive collection of displays such as dinosaurs, ancient Egypt, minerals, and precious gems. Let the collection of 6 million arts and artifacts inspire your curiosity.
In addition, there are exhibits on the Inuit and the Aboriginal to help you understand the historical background of Canada. The galleries promise an enriching learning experience of both the world cultures and natural history.
Explore the Tomb of General Zu Dashou, a Ming Dynasty tomb.
From awe-inspiring dinosaurs, glittering gems, and mysterious mummies, there is no time to be bored!
Admire must-see treasures including the Bust of Cleopatra VII and other rare collections.
Learn about the history of a variety of flora and fauna at the Royal Ontario Museum.
Explore each of the 16 Must-See Treasures with the aid of bilingual multi-media kiosk.
- Admission ticket to the Royal Ontario Museum
- Entry to special exhibitions
- Once confirmed, the voucher will be sent to your email or mobile app.
- Please present the mobile or printed voucher to the ticket box.
- This voucher is valid only on the scheduled visit date.
Royal Ontario Museum
100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6 Canada
Please find the location on Google Maps
Opening Hours :
10:00 am - 17:30 pm
- Entrance for children age 3 and below is free.
- Your reservation is not complete until you have received a confirmation voucher.
- Your reserved time does not reflect the time you are required to enter. You may visit anytime during the opening hours.
0 - 2 day(s) prior to the scheduled visit date: non-refundable