ROM to Reopen on July 11 and What to Expect

After months of closure due to COVID-19, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) will open its doors to welcome visitors in a safe and pleasant environment. Some special exhibitions and additional spaces will open later but guests who have a membership will be able to enter ROM on July 9 and those who are not members can come on July 11. 

During the first phase of the Museum’s reopening, visitors can explore more than 40 galleries and the permanent collection from ROM. The ROM-original installation ‘Florals: Desire and Design’ will be available as well. 

To provide visitors and employees with a secure environment and stop the spread of COVID-19, the ROM has implemented some operational changes including limited ticket sales, new operation hours, social distancing, and face-covering rules. 

Visitors have to book their online tickets in advance. A ticket for an adult is $23. ROM’s members can buy one from July 6 and the general public can make a purchase from July 7. The ROM will be open from Wednesday to Sunday, from ROM10:00 am to 5:30 pm. Everyone is required to wear face masks and practice social distancing. The ROM will enhance disinfecting measures to ensure the most enjoyable and healthiest Museum experience. Further details can be found at rom.on.ca/welcomeback

Christian Dior exhibition at ROM in 2018

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