The ROM is committed to accessibility for all visitors. All accessibility programs and services are free of charge unless otherwise noted. Learn more about general Museum access and the ROM program and service offerings.
Services for visitors who are blind or who have vision loss:
We invite persons who are blind or with vision loss and their companions to discover through touch the incredible achievements made by the cultures of Mesopotamia over a 3000 year period. The 8 touchable reproductions representing some of the most beautiful works of art in the ancient world, are accompanied by an audio described tour available for free download at www.rom.on.ca/mesotour
Services for visitors who are deaf, hard of hearing and deafened:
All narrated videos include English and French captioning. In addition, hearing aid wearers with a "T" (telecoil) setting can now request FM assistive listening devices with neck loops for special paid tours. No reservation required.
Services for visitors with limited mobility
The exhibition is fully accessible by elevators and entrances are equipped with automatic doors. The Garfield Weston Exhibition hall has two wheelchair-accessible restrooms. Wheelchairs are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are located in the coat check in the main lobby. Frequent opportunities for seating are available throughout the exhibition.