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Visit Us

Tickets & Hours <?php print views_embed_view('museum_hours','today_hours');?> The ROM is open everyday except December 25. Museum Hours ► Buy tickets ► Toronto CityPASS ► Location & Parking 100 Queen’s Park Toronto, Ontario 416.586.8000 Getting here ►

Collections & Research

Centres of Discovery Making Sense of Our World More Centres ► ROM Staff Meet ROM museum professionals. More Staff ► ROM Channel Watch and Listen More Audio & Video ► Conservation More Conservation ► Research More Research ► Online Collections Explore the Museum’s collection from

Employment

The ROM is an equal opportunity employer.  Museum jobs are diverse and range from computer programmers to graphic designers, from teachers to curators. Each position carries its own unique requirements regarding education and experience. The ROM occasionally has job opportunities open to the

Volunteering at the ROM

Welcome to volunteering at the ROM! The ROM connects its visitors to their communities, their world, and to each other. It’s our hope that when you volunteer at the ROM we inspire you with the amazing, one of a kind objects in our collection and that you impart a sense of wonder and share stories

Learning

  WHY THE ROM? Relevant ▶ Curriculum linked Good Value ▶ Exclusive hands-on experiences Responsive ▶ Cross-curricular and STEM-based programs Easy ▶ Steps away from public transit and bus parking Fun ▶ Active engaged learning     School Visits Hands-on and experiential learning

Join Us

Membership ROM Unlimited More about ROM membership ► Volunteering Fun activities and events for kids and families. Department of Volunteers ► Volunteer Opportunities ► Jobs The museum offers a range of employment opportunities. Current job openings ►

ROM Magazine

Published continuously as a members’ benefit since 1968, ROM Magazine is your own personal behind-the-scenes tour of the Museum. In each issue you'll learn about some of our most intriguing artifacts and specimens—meteorites from Mars, duck-billed dinosaurs, First Nations carvings and

ROM Books

The ROM publishes and co-publishes a wide variety of books relating to the Museum, its collections and research. Subject areas include Canadian heritage, world art and archaeology, natural history, palaeobiology, and earth science. ROM books are distributed by University of Toronto Press, except