Tours are offered to the public by trained volunteer Docents and many are free with museum admission. We offer general Museum tours, specific gallery tours, tours of special exhibitions and tours in French.
Our Map Guides will help you plan your next visit to ROM.
Stop by the Information Desk in Currelly Gallery, just south of the Futalognkosaurus (the BIG dinosaur just inside the main entry) where our volunteer Visitor Guides will be happy to offer map guides, brochures, directions, and suggestions.
Our volunteer Docents and Guides du ROM are also offering tours of the Museum in English and French. It is an excellent way to discover ROM's collections. Our Visitor Guides at the Information Desk will be happy to provide details on tours.
Of course, you may also ask ROM staff, including our security personnel, for help at any time.
The Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada is currently closed. This gallery area is being converted into an accessible space for future exhibitions. Please watch for updates on the development of a new Gallery for Canadian art and culture at ROM.
The area that housed the Japan and the Herman Herzog Levy galleries is being converted into an accessible space for programming and community engagement, resulting in a gallery closure. Please watch for a new installation of Japanese art and culture soon.
We apologize for any inconvenience these closures may cause.
Map Guide (English) (PDF)
Accessibility Map Guide (PDF)
Quiet Zone Map Guide (PDF)
Map Guide (French) (PDF)
Map Guide (German) (PDF)
Map Guide (Italian) (PDF)
Map Guide (Portuguese) (PDF)
Map Guide (Spanish) (PDF)
Described Audio Tours for select exhibitions may be enjoyed online for FREE on your personal device.