Royal Ontario Museum Special Exhibits Skip-the-Line Ticket
- Enjoy skip-the-line access to the Royal Ontario Museum
- Discover spectacular special exhibits and the permanent collections
- Save time and skip the long lines by purchasing your ticket in advance
Enjoy the freedom to explore the museum at your own pace and visit the exhibits and galleries that interest you most. There’s plenty to see and do at the museum, with exhibits to interest the whole family. The special exhibits currently featured at the Royal Ontario Museum include, ’Treasures of a Desert Kingdom: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India’, ‘In the Age of Rembrandt’, and ‘It’s Alive! Classic Horror and Sci-Fi Art’.
At the ’Treasure of a Desert Kingdom’ display, explore nearly four centuries of spectacular royal objects including dazzling jewelry, lavish tents and canopies, vibrant paintings, and opulent decorative arts. Learn about India’s multifaceted past and how these royal artifacts reveal a lasting cosmopolitan culture that was sustained by a delicate balance between local and external influences, tradition, and modernity.
In the Rembrandt exhibition, immerse yourself in an unprecedented collection of over sixty paintings. Gain insight into the 17th century Dutch and Flemish ways of life, whether through luxurious still life, humorous genre scenes, sumptuous portraits, or detailed landscapes. Finally, explore one of the world’s most extraordinary collections of classic horror and sci-fi movie posters at the ‘It’s Alive’ exhibition. The display showcases work created by famous guitarist Kirk Hammett of the heavy metal band Metallica, and explores and examines the connection between artistry, emotion, and popular culture through a selection of works from 20th-century cinema.
- Skip-the-line general admission ticket
- Special exhibit entry
- Access to bilingual multi-media kiosks throughout the museum
- Complimentary WiFi
- Museum map
Prepare for the activity
Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada. There are two entries to the museum: Michael Lee-Chin Bloor Street or Weston Queen’s Park entrances. On arrival, skip the ticket line and proceed directly to the express entry point where you can present your barcoded ticket(s) to staff to scan. The museum can be easily reached by subway, bus, Go Transit, and by car (Uber/taxi).Open in Google Maps ⟶
- Comfortable shoes
- Pets (assistance dogs allowed)
- Professional cameras
• The museum is busiest during July and August, with weekends being particularly popular so you might like to visit early on a Sunday to explore before the crowds
• Photography with flash and video recording is permitted in most permanent galleries for personal use only, with hand-held equipment
• Entrance is free of charge for infants ages 0 to 3 yrs
• Pets are not permitted in the museum, except service animals
• Food of any type is not permitted in the museum galleries