Discover the harmony of nature and humanity at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) in Toronto. Located in Queen’s Park, Royal Ontario Museum is one of the world’s best museums of natural history and world cultures. Explore extraordinary galleries of science and civilization at this impressive museum and understand how the earth and its cultures evolve and shape the future.
The Royal Ontario Museum offers amazing collections and exhibits – from real dinosaur eggs to historical photographs to contemporary art. See treasures of the Earth like meteorites and precious gems. Stand in the shadow of Gordo, the enormous T. rex, in the Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs. Explore the diverse cultures of ancient Rome, Asia and Nubia through beautiful art and artifacts. Follow the history of Ancient Egypt 5,000 years at most important Egyptian collection in Canada.
One of the coolest exhibits at the ROM is the Age of Mammals Gallery, featuring 30 fossil skeletons of extinct mammals, including a sabre-tooth cat and a giant sloth. Fans of design, will love the Gallery of Chinese Architecture – the largest collection of architectural artifacts outside of China. For a look into Canada’s creativity and heritage, the Gallery of Canada displays paintings, sculptures, portraits, and historic objects that reveal the essence of Canada's natural beauty and spirit.
Stop by the Food Studio Café serving fresh, organic and seasonal foods in an earth-friendly space. Located at the pinnacle of the new Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, c5 Restaurant Lounge offers a unique dining experience with creative gastronomy and a stunning atmosphere. If you really want to experience the culture and cuisine of Toronto, the Royal Ontario Museum is an awesome place to start your adventure.
For upcoming exhibits and events, go to http://www.rom.on.ca/en