A multi-level museum with permanent and temporary exhibits focusing on natural history, world culture and art. View crystal from Michael Lee-Chin, listen to a 15th-century choral piece, understand ancient cultures, learn about earth and space, see ancient Roman coins, view fossils and the largest flying reptile skeleton, the Quetzalcoatlus northropi. The Herman Herzog Levy Gallery holds East Asian exhibits and artifacts. The temporary exhibits are usually an extra charge, but normally well worth the investment.
Monday to Thursday
10:00 am to 5:30 pm
10:00 am to 6:30 pm
Saturday & Sunday
10:00 am to 5:30 pm
Main Entrance: Bloor Street West
Bloor-Danforth Subway Line
St. George Station is the closest subway stop to the ROM’s main entrance. Take elevators to street level at the Bloor Street and Bedford Road entrance.
Yonge-University Subway Line
Museum Station is the closest subway stop to the ROM’s President’s Choice School Entrance. .
- Take Avenue Road #5 bus from Eglinton subway station.
- The 142 routes use accessible buses and run north and south with stops at Queen’s Park just half a block south-east of ROM’s main entrance.
By GO Transit
- By GO Train: Union Station is the closest GO station to the ROM. From Union Station, take the Yonge-University subway line to Museum Station.
- By GO Bus: Union Station Bus Terminal is the closest GO bus stop to the ROM. From Union Station, take the Yonge-University subway line to Museum Station.
From Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW)
- Follow the Gardiner Expressway to Spadina Avenue
- Proceed north on Spadina Avenue to Bloor Street West and then turn right (east)
- Continue east on Bloor Street until you reach Avenue Road/Queen's Park
- The Museum is on the southwest corner of Bloor Street West and Queen's Park Avenue
From the 401
- Take Avenue Road south to Bloor Street West or take the Don Valley Parkway south to the Bloor Street West ramp.
- Proceed West along Bloor Street to Avenue Road/Queen's Park Avenue