Oh, the weather outside might be frightful, but we find the cold weather delightful!
And on the first official snow day of the year, many of us are left wondering what to do today.
It just so happens that the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is offering FREE general admission all day in honour of the reopening of its 84-year-old heritage Weston Entrance on Queen’s Park.
The ROM is a Toronto cultural institution that teaches & entertains over a million people every year. After many months of renovation, the Museum’s Weston Entrance is finally re-opening & I encourage everyone to visit over the holidays and enjoy this amazing Toronto landmark. pic.twitter.com/hfIFEK167M
— John Tory (@JohnTory) December 12, 2017
Located adjacent to the Museum subway station, the reopening of the newly-renovated Weston entryway’s heated limestone stairway will give the public an additional point of entry into the museum, with a new ramp for people using wheelchairs and strollers.
The new entrance will also re-connect the Museum to one of the most prominent street addresses in Canada, Queen’s Park.
And as you can see from this video shared on Twitter by the ROM, people have been lining up outside in the snow to take advantage of today’s free admission.
— Royal Ontario Museum (@ROMtoronto) December 12, 2017
So don’t spend your snow day inside. Head to Bloor Street to take advantage of the free ROM admission today!
When: December 12, 10 am to 5:30 pm
Where: Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto