How to Get Tickets for Dead Sea Scrolls

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How to Get Tickets for Dead Sea Scrolls


ROM Members are entitled to a complimentary allotment of tickets to Dead Sea Scrolls based on membership level. Have questions? We have answers.

How many free tickets am I permitted?

* Royal Patrons' Circle, Young Patrons' Circle, director's Circle, Museum Circle, and Curators' Circle Members: 2 adult, 4 child (4 to 17 years and under), and 2 guest tickets.

* Family/dual and non-resident Members: 2 adult and 4 child tickets.

* Students and Individual Members: 1 adult ticket.

* Life Members: 1 adult and 2 guest tickets.

How do I obtain my tickets?

Visit the Membership desk in person to book and pick up tickets, or reserve tickets online. Tickets are dated and timed, so know your preferred date and time when booking.

What is the online reservation process?

Members can reserve tickets at rom.on.ca/scrolls/tickets_book.php by clicking the "proceed with reservation" button. You'll be asked to enter your membership Id and postal code. Select the date and time you wish to visit Dead Sea Scrolls and print the tickets at home. Tickets may not be reserved or purchased by phone. Free tickets will not be subject to a service fee.

May I purchase additional tickets after I have reserved all of my complimentary tickets?

Members may purchase additional tickets for their personal use for $6 each with their valid membership card. Additional tickets for children (4 to 14 years) are free but are limited to four tickets per transaction and only with an adult Member purchase. …

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