NEW - Jan 7th, 11AM - Toronto Common is heading to the ROM!
We're moving beyond food (but still with a little food) and heading to the Royal Ontario Museum for a guided tour of their Dinosaur Exhibit!
The James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of the Dinosaurs covers the Jurassic (200 to 145 million years old) to the Cretaceous (145 to 65 million years old) periods. The specimens reflect life in the northern hemisphere, primarily in North America with mostly original skeletons from the fossil fields of Alberta, Canada. ROM tours are interactive experiences covering unique perspectives on select pieces and offers a chance to ask questions and engage with a ROM expert.
NEW - Feb 4th, 11AM - Toronto Common is heading to the ROM!
We're moving beyond food (but still with a little food) and heading to the Royal Ontario Museum for a guided tour of their Ancient Egypt Exhibit!
Ancient Egypt has had a profound impact on modern civilization, including culture, religion, technology, and architecture. The Egyptian collection at the ROM is comprised of approximately 25,000 artifacts spanning from 4,000 BC to 400 AD, with about 2,000 on display in the gallery. Our tour of the exhibit is a unique opportunity to engage with a ROM expert, ask questions and learn about this ancient culture.
Toronto Common tickets are non-refundable however ticket holders can sell, give, or trade their ticket(s) without any additional administration or fees.
Tickets can only be used once and will be scanned at the event. Please bring ticket(s) electronically or printed.