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Teacher and Chaperone Guide

Before Your Visit At the Museum After Your Visit Tips for Chaperones Use this checklist to help ensure that your trip goes smoothly ► Note: While it is tempting to want to do “a little bit of everything,” trying to see the whole museum in one day can be overwhelming to students and hinders

Scouts & Girl Guides

ROM Badge Program Take part in specially designed activities for Scouts and Guides to earn your troop or unit a unique ROM badge. Guided Adventures Cost: $8 per person Minimum: 20 paid guests Duration: 1 hour *Ticket prices include all applicable taxes. *All Guided Adventures require Museum

Menus

Share a meal with your group in your own reserved section of our renowned Druxy's ROM Café, available at no extra cost when you choose from one of our many delicious buffet-style menus. For more information, call ROM Sales at 416.586.5801 (extension 2) or email groupsales@rom.on.ca. If

Group Experiences & Tours

Group Experiences Bring back the childhood wonder in everyone with this engaging experience! Embark on a gallery adventure with a museum expert followed by hands-on time with real artifacts in your own private room. Discover what makes the ROM like no other museum. All the World's a Tea Cup

Group Visits

Explore the World – in a Day! Bring your group to the ROM for an unforgettable experience! Whether you are a group of 20 or 2000, the ROM is ready to make your group event special. The ROM is a proud member of:                    For more information call us at 416.586.5801

Tips for Families

The Royal Ontario Museum connects families to their world and each other. We’re here to help you make most of your ROM experience! Baby Bags You can bring bags for baby needs with you to the Museum. Don’t forget, these bags are still subject to inspection. Strollers & Safety Strollers are

Location & Parking

Address Royal Ontario Museum 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON, M5S 2C6 Entrances Main Entrance: Bloor Street West Enter the automatic sliding doors into the Michael Lee Chin Crystal. Taxis and other vehicles may drop off and pick up visitors in the loading zone on Bloor Street.  Parking is not

Maps & Tours

Our floor plans can help you plan your next visit to the ROM. Of course, you may also ask ROM staff, including our security personnel, for help at any time.   Or stop by the information desk as you enter the Museum for brochures or assistance from one of our docents.  It's located under the

Visitor Policies

In the interest of safety and security for our staff and visitors, the following practices are observed at the Royal Ontario Museum. Visit Accessibility for more information on Museum accessibility. Baggage Please do not bring large bags or parcels with you when visiting the Museum. In the event