The ROM is bringing back its free-entry parties and here’s when it happens
The Royal Ontario Museum (aka ROM) is reinstating free admission nights beginning in April.
The popular museum previously offered these nights, although it was canceled for a few years. So we’re happy to announce that starting April 19, the ROM is officially bringing back “Third Tuesday Nights Free”.
“You can again visit the Museum for free, on the third Tuesday of each month between 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.,” says the Museum.
So what does this include? This will include free access to all galleries, as well as two special exhibitions: Wildlife Photographer of the Year and Great Whales: Up Close and Personal!
Although admission is free, you still need a ticket as there is a capacity limit. So be sure to jump on their website and select the date of April 19, then choose the option “3rd Tuesday evening free”.
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If you’ve never been to the ROM, this is your chance to visit the space, ranked among the top 10 cultural institutions in North America.
It is also Canada’s largest and most comprehensive museum and houses a world-class collection of 13 million works of art, cultural objects and natural history specimens, displayed in 40 galleries and spaces. of exposure.
See you at the ROM!