Ways to experience the ROM
- Hands-on learning in our labs
- Guided Tours of our fascinating galleries
- PLUS Self-Guided Visits to explore the ROM
- Share your classroom connections, student work, questions, and visits with us #ROMLearning
Choose from the following experiential learning opportunities and book your visit today! School and Post-Secondary visits are open to K-12 schools, colleges and universities, camp programs, and similar educational groups year round.
Before you visit, watch this video with your class or group to help them prepare for their guided visit or self-guided discovery.
Weekend bookings and groups outside of Ontario and Canada should book through Group Sales.
Connect your students to original objects and art from cultures throughout human history and specimens from the natural world through a guided tour of the ROM's comprehensive galleries led by our experienced teachers. Touch real objects and specimens from our teaching collection and engage in a multi-sensory experience in our hands-on labs. Students are encouraged to exercise their critical thinking and communication skills, and to collaborate in groups to exercise all their senses.
Spiders: Fear & Fascination
June 18, 2018 to January 4, 2019
Explore the ROM's world-class galleries at your own pace and under the supervision of adult chaperones. Download and print our online Gallery Trails and use our GuidiGO app to help focus your students' attention and energy as they discover the treasures in our collection.
Groups from colleges and universities can experience the ROM through guided visits led by experienced ROM educators, access special exhibitions at a group rate, or book a customized professional learning workshop.
Explore the ROM's world-class collection in a relaxed setting and use authentic objects, art, and specimens to encourage discussion tailored to your level of English proficiency.
The ROM recognizes the diversity of our visitors’ abilities and needs, and we offer a variety of programs and services to ensure the accessibility of the Museum and its collections.