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Movies Filmed at Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6, Canada

Official Site

The current Royal Ontario Museum a combination of several structures constructed across the 20th century. The original building is a Italianate & Neo-Romanesque structure designed by architects Frank Darling and John A. Pearson in 1914. It was expanded in 1933 with the eastern wing containing its elaborate art deco rotunda designed by Alfred H. Chapman and James Oxley. The curatorial centre was added in 1984 designed in the modernist style by Gene Kinoshita. The most recent expansion is the deconstructionist "Crystal" designed by Daniel Libeskind which opened in 2007 and includes the new lobby and three-story atrium.

Nearby Locations
Bloor Street West & Queens Park from Fringe
122 m

The Royal Conservatory of Music from Mary Kills People and 3 other movies.
122 m

Goldring Student Centre from Almost Adults
188 m

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Nikita

Egilsson Center

Alex and Jaden attend a gala in Geneva to get invited to a private party with Kalume Ungara, and later Nikita fights Anya Vimer to prevent the release of the nerve toxin in episode 1x19 “Girl's Best Friend”.