The roots of any place can be explored through its museums. To learn about Canadian history, head over to the Royal Ontario Museum. Established over one hundred years ago, the ROM is a world-renowned museum. Today, you will find diverse exhibits featuring over six million artefacts in forty galleries. Regarding Natural History, you will find exhibits dedicated to fossils and evolution, as well as Earth and space. By region, the ROM explores Canadian, East Asian, European, African, and Ancient world culture through galleries dedicated to each of these cultures throughout time. The ROM is also a fully accessible attraction, so visitors of all abilities can have access to programs and tours to fit their personal needs.
Location: Toronto, ON
Known for: It is the largest museum in Canada, covering topics of art, world culture, and natural history
How to reach: By road, by subway (stop: St. George or Museum station), or by bus
Operating hours: 10-5:30pm every day, excluding Christmas
Approximate Cost: INR 750 – 1000 per person