The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is offering Torontonians the perfect reason to ditch their regular Monday night plans.
Starting Monday, April 15, the museum will be offering free admission to all visitors, every third Monday evening of the month.
On 3rd Monday Nights Free, ROM guests will be able to explore the museum’s galleries and collections from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm, free of charge.
With complimentary access and extended hours, visitors are invited to explore art, culture, and nature in the museum’s 40 permanent galleries.
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“3rd Monday Nights Free builds on our ongoing commitment to open the doors of the Museum to as many visitors as possible,” says Josh Basseches, ROM Director and CEO.
“The ROM is a vital part of the cultural and community life of our city and province, and with the launch of this new initiative, visitors now have a chance to enjoy a night at their Museum at no cost. We’re grateful to TD Bank Group and The Bennett Family Foundation for making this possible.”
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Access to feature exhibitions will be specially ticketed during this time and not included in the free admission. Feature exhibition tickets can be purchased onsite during 3rd Monday Nights Free.
On April 15, rally up your family and friends and attend the launch 3rd Monday Nights Free with an opening night celebration, which promises to be a “lively and engaging evening for visitors of all ages.”
When: Launching April 15
Time: 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Where: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queens Park