Drink & Dine Among The Dinosaurs at The Royal Ontario Museum
Invite your guests to meet the world at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto’s premier cultural event destination. With its exceptional permanent collections, acclaimed special exhibitions and dramatic public areas, the ROM offers venue spaces for business cultivation, seminars, weddings, celebratory dinners, receptions, fundraising events and more.
High-vaulted ceilings, soaring windows and magnificently detailed stonework surround the ROM’s exhibitions and galleries, offering unique and impactful spaces for events large and small.
Level One: 500 seated, 1800 reception
Level Two: 300 seated, 750 reception
Level Three: 100 seated or reception
Curated Event Packages
The ROM’s high vaulted ceilings, soaring windows and magnificently detailed stonework bring an extraordinary sophistication to weddings large and small, making your special day a truly memorable experience for you and your guests.
Whether you are considering an intimate business dinner for ten, or a gala reception for 2000, a private event surrounded by the ROM’s priceless collections will be sure to leave a lasting impression.
Social Events & Celebrations
Take social entertaining to the next level with the ROM’s diverse offering of unexpected event spaces. Whether you’re hosting an intimate celebration or a once-in-a-lifetime bash, your guests will be transported on an adventure.
Royal Ontario Museum Venue
Frequently Asked Questions
What are private event capacities?
Room Combination – All Level 1 Galleries and Public Spaces
Room Combination – All Level 2 Galleries and Public Spaces
Room Combination – Eaton Court Plus Level 4 RBC Glass Room
What are the specs and special features?
Four-story atrium lobby
Lit two-story tall stained window
Stunning Venetian Glass mosaic dome
30 ft. ceilings
7500 sq. ft. of open space
50 ft. bar
Press & Accolades
“You can, for example, dine among the dinosaurs in the Temerity Galleries, housed in the futuristic Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, or marvel at the Ming tombs in the Gallery of Chinese Architecture.”