We came specifically to see the whale exhibit and I'm super glad we did! It is a huge museum with lots to see but we focused on the whales and the Egyptian stuff. I would definitely come back and explore again.
About Royal Ontario Museum
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I accept that as an American I might be spoiled by our museums, especially the various Smithsonian institutions and museums in Washington, D.C., but I found the Royal Ontario Museum to be a great disappointment. I felt it perhaps had too many exhibits, and because...More
The ROM has extraordinary natural history, and cultural art and history collections displayed in a historic building with terrific temporary exhibitions. Whether taking the kids to see the dinosaurs or exploring incredibly broad and deep collections of indigenous civilizations and world history, there's always something...More
This museum has exhibitions that go from dinosaurs and beautiful minerals to indigenous artefacts to classical european paitings. It has things for everyone. My family and I took a guided tour (for FREE!) that was meant to go through the highlights only for about 45...More
My wife and I were museum members before the expansion. We stopped going for a few years after we lost the members lounge and the restaurant. We have resumed our vists and really enjoy the friday music nights. The gallery's are much improved as well...More
Went to see the Blue Whale attraction. It was excellent. The entire Museum is fantastic and a real must visit..Staff excellent, Fantastic venue with tons of stuff to see. The hours will simply pass by with ease...Love it.