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By Chris | November 30 2012
Opened in March 1914, The Royal Ontario Museum is an object of pride for Toronto, and after many renovations and expansions, the venue has emerged as a focus of cultural celebration in the city.
Undergoing a further expansion project in 2007, the Royal Ontario Museum added the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal extension, a construction designed to reflect the exquisite mineralogy collection housed at the Museum. The work of Berlin-based architect Daniel Libeskind, the extension is stunningly prismatic in form, giving the venue its highly unique appearance as well as a magnificent exhibition and event space. With a range of exceptional permanent collections on Natural History and World Culture, plus acclaimed special exhibitions, the space is ideal for private events, big or small. From afterhours cocktail tours to full or part-hire of the museum, this is an ideal location for any event the elite traveler may be celebrating. For smaller gatherings, the Rotunda or the RBC Glass Room are ideal options.
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