may, 2020

mayThe Royal Ontario Museum Goes VirtualMonth Long Event (may) Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park

Event Details

The Royal Ontario Museum Goes Virtual

The Royal Ontario Museum has created “ROM at Home,” for those to experience the museum by virtually learning, connecting, and exploring.

Photo Courtesy of Creative Commons; Iguanasan. The museum is temporarily closed at this time.

The Royal Ontario Museum Goes Virtual

The Royal Ontario Museum currently has three exhibitions available on their website. The virtual exhibitions they are currently hosting include “The Burgess Shale: The Virtual Museum of Canada,” “the Blue Whale Project,” and “Born of the Indian Ocean.” ROM at Home is the museum’s online medium in which audiences can find activities that fit their entertainment and learning needs. This subsection of their website gives viewers the opportunity to explore, listen, watch, create and connect utilizing their wide array of virtual educational content.  

Attending ROM at Home

This event is virtual! All you have to do is visit the site.

The museum is temporarily closed at this time. Visit their site for more information regarding virtual events and COVID-19 updates.  

Take Amtrak when the Royal Ontario Museum Reopens

Visit the Royal Ontario Museum via Amtrak to the Union Station. The station is 1.9 miles away from the museum, making it an easy and convenient option to get to the event.

Get picked up from the Union Station and taken to your reserved NYTRAIN Enterprise Rent-a-Car. Click here to reserve your car or call the Toronto office today at 416-425-3777.

Time

Month Long Event (may)

Location

Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queen’s Park

New York by Rail