Museum Subway Station

Museum Subway Station Toronto | Map and Address

Nestled beneath Toronto’s Queen’s Park, Museum Station is a convenient gateway to the city’s cultural hub. Opened in 1963, it takes its name from the iconic Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), which is just steps away. This bustling station offers access not only to the ROM’s diverse collections but also to the surrounding university district and the verdant green space of the park above.

  • Location: 75 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Canada
  • Coordinates: 43°40′02″N 79°23′37″W
  • Platform: Center platform
  • Tracks: 2
  • Accessibility: Not accessible (no elevators)
  • Opened: February 28, 1963
  • Passengers (2019): 10,865
  • Rank: 61st out of 75 stations in Toronto
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Museum Subway Station

Location: 75 Queen’s Park, Toronto (not accessible)


  • Street Level: Entrances, stairs to concourse, bus transfers
  • Concourse Level: Fare gates, stairs to the street, and platform
  • Subway Platform Level: Northbound and southbound trains, stairs, and escalators to the concourse


  • Four in total, all with stairs (no elevators)
  • Two on each side of Queen’s Park, both south of Charles Street and Bloor Street West


  • Center platform with escalators and stairs at the north end of the platform for both northbound and southbound trains.

Additional Info:

  • DWA (Designated Waiting Area) is located in both directions near the fifth car on the train.
Museum Subway Station Toronto

Museum Station operates with the following approximate hours:

  • Saturday & Holidays: 5:55 AM to 1:55 AM
  • Sunday: 8:00 AM to 1:55 AM
  • Monday to Friday: 5:50 AM to 2:00 AM

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Museum Station has only one escalator at the platform’s north end. It operates upward only and connects the platform to the concourse level.

Here’s a summary of the real-time subway information for Museum Station:

  • Northbound: Trains heading towards Vaughan Metropolitan Centre arrive in 1, 3, and 8 minutes. You can view the full schedule by clicking.
  • Southbound: Trains heading towards Finch via Union arrive in 1, 6, and 13 minutes. You can view the full schedule by clicking.

The Museum Subway Station is next to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), a world-renowned museum of natural history, art, and culture.

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Here are some other nearby landmarks:

  • University of Toronto: One of the top universities in the world, with a beautiful campus and many historical buildings.
  • Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art: A museum dedicated to the art of ceramics, with a collection of over 4,000 pieces from around the world.
  • The Royal Conservatory of Music is one of the leading music schools in North America. It offers a variety of programs and performances.
  • Queen’s Park: A large public park in the heart of Toronto with beautiful gardens, walking trails, and various monuments and statues.

Google Map and Adress Museum Subway Station


How many subway stations are there in Toronto?

There are currently 70 operating stations on the Toronto subway system [Wikipedia list of Toronto subway stations].

What is the closest subway to the Royal Ontario Museum?

The closest subway station to the Royal Ontario Museum is Museum station on the Yellow Line (Line 1). [TTC stations near Royal Ontario Museum]

What is the name of the subway in Toronto?

The official name of the subway system is the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway, but it’s also commonly called the Toronto subway. [Toronto Transit Commission]

What is the oldest subway station in Toronto?

Union Station is considered the oldest station on the Toronto subway system, having opened in 1954 [Toronto subway stations ON Wikipedia].