ROM to be Free All Weekend in Celebration of the Museum’s 110th Anniversary

Visitors in the China galleries

TORONTO, March 19, 2024 – To mark ROM’s 110th anniversary, the entire Museum will be FREE on Saturday, March 23, and Sunday, March 24, from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm. 

No tickets are needed. However, due to the anticipated number of visitors expected and building capacity limits, there may be wait times for entry. All guest to enter through the Weston Entrance along Queen’s Park.

Included during this anniversary weekend is free admission to the special exhibitions Death: Life’s Greatest Mystery and Wildlife Photographer of the Year.  Plus, don't miss out on the extraordinary installation of Zuul, ROM’s world-famous ankylosaur, that closes on March 24.

ROM opened to the public on March 19, 1914, with a newly constructed building that today is the Museum’s west wing. Subsequent major additions to the building were made in 1933, 1978, and 2007. Recently, the Museum announced OpenROM — a landmark initiative that will dramatically open the Museum even more to the public, creating greater access, and a thriving cultural and civic hub in the heart of the city.