How to Visit the Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum is one of the most famous and most visited museums in Canada and mainly focuses on ancient history, biodiversity, different eras, memorials and art galleries. If you happen to live in Ontario, you should visit this amazing museum once as you will learn a lot once your guided tour ends.

Instructions

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    Open Hours

    From Monday till Thursday, the Museum will remain open from 10:00 A.M to 5:30 P.M. On Friday, it will be open from 10:00 A.M to 8:30 P.M and on Saturday and Sunday, it will remain open from 10:00 A.M to 5:30 P.M. The museum is open every day apart from December 25.

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    Ticket Prices

    For adults, a general admission ticket will cost 15 Canadian Dollars which the Ultimate ROM Experience will cost 25 dollars. For seniors, the rate is 13.50 dollars. For students between age groups from 15 to 25, the general admission ticket will cost 13.50 dollars while the Ultimate ROM Experience will cost 22.50 dollars.

    For children between the age of 4 and 14, it will cost 12 dollars for the general admission and 17 dollars for Ultimate ROM Experience. Infants are given free entry.

    If you are buying tickets online, you will be charged 2 dollars for each ticket. Furthermore, tickets purchased online cannot be refunded to apply coupons after purchase. With the Valentine’s Day coming up, the ticket price will be lowered.

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    Location and Access to Parking

    The Royal Ontario Museum is located at 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON, M5S 2C6. Bloor Street West is the main entrance in front of which, cabs are allowed to drop and pick up visitors from the loading zone. However, you are not allowed to park your car there.

    You can also enter the Museum through the President’s Choice School Entrance but you cannot park here as well.

    You can park your vehicle at the 9 Bedford Road but keep in mind that the garage has a height restriction of 1.95 meters.

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    Maps and Tours

    You can stop by the information desk in order to get assistance and you will also be given brochures. Trained volunteer Docents offer tours on a daily basis and most of these are free with the museum admission.

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    Accessibility

    The Royal Ontario Museum is accessible to anyone and the staff there will help you out in any way they can. People with disabilities are allowed to have a support person with them at all times.

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    Contact

    In case of any queries regarding accessibility, you can telephone, fax or email. All addresses are available on the museum’s official website.

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