ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM
100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6 Directions
Royal Ontario Museum is The Museum of Art, cultural aspects, and evolutionary biology in Toronto, Ontario. ROM is the largest museum contains six million items, forty exhibitions, and a gallery. The museum has maintained strong links with the University of Toronto throughout its history, frequently sharing services and expertise. It contains a set of dinosaurs, fossils and meteorites, Canadian and European historical objects, and Western, Middle East, and South Asian sculptures. Royal Ontario Museum offers free admission for children age under 3.
Conservation, Natural History, Shopping and Dining, Museum Guidelines, Tourist Information, Art and Culture, Tips for Families, Travelling and Teacher Programs, Current/Upcoming/Past/ Online Exhibitions, Group Visits, Collections, Hands-on, See All Kids Programs & Summer Club
Price: Adult: $23,
Child (4-14): $14
Senior (65+): $18
Student (With Valid Student card): $18
Youth (15-19): $18
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361A Old Finch Avenue, Toronto, ON M1B 5K7 Directions
Toronto Zoo is situated in Toronto, Ontario. It was established as the Toronto Zoo on August 15, 1974. It's the biggest zoo in Canada. It has a taxonomically diverse collection of animals. Toronto Zoo is being home for five thousand animals and representing five hundred species. It is divided into seven various regions. Each area presents animals and plants from that part of the world. The government of Toronto owns the Toronto Zoo. This zoo serves home for animals in both south and north America.
Aldabra Tortoise, Outreach Opportunities, Educational and School Programs, Collections, Birthday Parties, Gift Shops, Events, Wild Walk, Animals and Plants, Conservation, Outdoor Activities, Splash Island, Camps, Group Bookings, Wildlife Health Centre, Giraffe House, Giant Panda Cubs & Exhibitions
Price: Adult: $27.99
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RIPLEY'S AQUARIUM OF CANADA
288 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto, ON M5V 3L9 Directions
Ripley's Aquarium is a public aquarium in Toronto. It's provided 5. 7 million liters of aquatic and freshwater habitat. Ripley's Aquarium contains more than 16,000 tropical and terrestrial specimens of more than 450 species. The Canadian Waters shows wildlife from all the bodies of water across the world. There are 17 species in the museum. The Discovery Center contains a range of hands-on activities, such as submerged viewing bubbles, a pop-up analysis submarine, and a touch pool that allows visitors to touch living fossils.
Dive Shows, Aquarium, Stingray Experience, Sea Scholars Sponsorship, Camps and Clubs, Fri Night Jazz, Adult Classes, Ocean Explorers Club, Day Camps, Aquarist Talks, Field Trips, Conservation, Teacher Resources, Birthday Parties, Galleries, Groups Events, Educational Programs & Discovery Dive
Price: Adult: (14+): $39
Youth (6-13): $26
Child (3-5): $13
Senior (65+): $26