Royal Ontario Museumis reopening on Thursday, July 9 to Members and Saturday, July 11 to the public.
The admission will be through timed tickets which will be available online.
The museum is implementing various safety measures to ensure a safe visit, and this includes:
- mandatory face masks for all visitors and staff.
- Select areas of the museum like The Bat Cave, CIBC Discovery Gallery and Patrick and Barbara Keenan Family Gallery of Hands-on Biodiversity will remain closed.
- Daily tours and touchable interactives will be temporarily unavailable
- Coat check is closed
- Food and drink will not be permitted inside the Museum.
- Water fountains will remain closed.
Royal Ontario Museum Reopening
What: Visit Canada’s largest museum, of both natural history and world cultures.
The Museum’s permanent galleries will be open, including the ROM-original installation Florals: Desire and Design. Further information on special exhibitions—including the return of the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh: Exploring a Classic and the opening of the new ROM-original exhibition The Cloth that Changed the World: India’s Painted and Printed Cottons—will be announced soon.
Where: 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto
Both the Weston Entrance on Queen’s Park and entrance to the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal on Bloor Street West are open
When: Thursday, July 9 to Members and Saturday, July 11 to the public.
Wednesday to Sunday, 10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Time-based tickets will be on sale July 6 for Members and July 7 for the public.
Child (4 – 14): $14.00
Senior (65+): $18.00
Student (with valid student card): $18.00
Youth (15 – 19): $18.00
Infant (0 – 3): Free