Charter a bus rental to the Royal Ontario Museum

Visit the dinosaurs at the Royal Ontario Museum with a Toronto charter bus. Grab a group of your closest friends, pick a departure date, and use to generate your bus rental quote. With our Book Now, Pay Later option, reserve your Toronto bus rental and wait to pay until 21 days before boarding.

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Why charter a bus for the Royal Ontario Museum

Whether you’re planning a grand gala or simply visiting the collections, rent a Toronto coach bus for your next ROM visit. A coach bus offers more amenities than a Toronto school bus, including on-board restrooms, air conditioning, wifi, audio-visual equipment, and extra luggage space. Whenever you’re traveling over two hours, the coach bus is your best bus rental option. If you’re organizing a shuttle service for a wedding or corporate event, the school bus is a budget-friendly option.

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About the Surrounding Area

About the Surrounding Area

The ROM’s neighbor is the University of Toronto, a fitting location because of the school’s involvement in funding and programming the museum. Right next door is the university’s prestigious law school, Osgoode Hall, and on the other side is Queen’s Park, the seat of the Ontario government. It’s an area of stately authority, but it’s also a favourite (albeit pricey) shopping destination. Yorkville, one of the wealthier neighborhoods in Toronto, is home to the “Mink Mile.” Here, you’ll find department stores, designer boutiques, and five-star dining. Mingle with Toronto glitterati at the luxury hotels, or book a block of rooms at ...

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About the Royal Ontario Museum

In 1912, the University of Toronto and the Government of Ontario joined forces to fund the Royal Ontario Museum. In its early days, the museum was actually five separate museums housed under the same roof. There was the Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology, as well as the museums of Palaeontology, Mineralogy, Zoology, and Geology. In 1955, the museums combined to become what is now known as the ROM. Constantly changing, the ROM has evolved a great deal from its original structure on Bloor Street West. Its most significant and recognizable addition is the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal. This building is strikingly modern next to its early 20th-century neighbor. As the story goes, architect Daniel Libeskind quickly sketched the building on a napkin while attending a wedding at the ROM. Today it is a monument to Toronto’s culture and society, hosting glamorous social affairs and curating world-class exhibits.

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Popular bus types in Toronto

When you book with us, you can choose from a variety of vehicle options in your area, curated by availability, budget, and amenities.

School bus

School bus rental
An affordable classic
47 seats


Coach rental
Comfort and storage
55 seats


Minibus rental
Small groups, big moments
21 seats