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With more than 5 million objects in its collection, the Royal Ontario Museum is a venue of unparalleled Conundrum possibilities!

 

During your team building activity at the ROM, you will have to navigate through the largest museum in Canada to unearth answers relating to fascinating art, archaeology, science and nature collections. You'll get to explore the Museum's diverse galleries, but in a much different way from most Museum guests. You'll need contributions from all teammates in order to successfully re-jig a giant panda's diet, strike a deal in Imperial Rome, and serve as a fashion coordinator for a body armour magazine.

 

At the conclusion of your ROM team building activity, all team members will not only leave with new insights into the world's culture and history, but also with a greater appreciation for the benefits of teamwork and one another's knowledge and skill sets.

 

If you are planning your adventure as part of a bigger company function, the ROM is an excellent venue for corporate meetings and events. Check our vetted listing of bars and restaurants in the area that are suitable as starting or ending locations for your adventure. 

 


 

Interested in another local indoor option?  Check out our other local indoor venue-based team building activities:

 

Art Gallery of Ontario - AGO | Ontario Science Centre | Bata Shoe Museum

 

Interested in an outdoor team building activity? Check out our popular local outdoor adventures.

 

You can also add one of our learning programs to augment your adventure making the implicit learning in all of our adventures explicit:

 

 

Contact us today to get your team building toronto activity at the ROM in motion!

 

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Focus on a fun team building activity:

 

Our ROM team building activity is an exciting and entertaining game that allows participants of all ages to get to know one another better by solving conundrums, interacting with actors, and having fun.

 

If you are looking for a fun team building activity to get participants interacting and getting to know each other better, our core team building activity alone will fit the bill. It stands alone as 2-2.5 hours of fun and excitement and is the perfect choice for injecting energy into conferences, off-sites and quarterly meetings or for celebrating team success.

 

During this team building activity, participants get a brief introduction to the event, receive their game kits, and then head into the Royal Ontario Museum to spend approximately 2 hours working together in the pursuit of conundrum solutions and points. The fun continues as teams’ regroup and conundrum solutions are reviewed. Finally, amid much banter and lively discussion, cheers are offered to the winning team as they are rewarded for their victory.

 

Focus on a learning team building activity:

 

Augmenting the core team building activity with a team debrief is a great way to keep the focus on having fun together but really taking advantage of the team learning that can be gleaned from the experience. This ½-day program amplifies the excitement of our core team building activity, and delivers a more explicit focus on team behaviour, dynamics, and learning, in addition to developing team building skills for success.

 

The event starts with a brief discussion on the key dimensions of highly successful teams and asks each participant to reflect on their own individual strengths and challenges when working on a team. The adventure then becomes the experiential learning to see the theory of successful teams in action.

 

While on the adventure, teams will be presented with conundrums that are specifically designed to help foster collaboration and creative problem solving. The structure of our team building activity will also demonstrate the strengths and weaknesses of teamwork, engaging your team in planning, decision-making and time management, as well as emphasizing the importance of effective communication skills.

 

Conundrum facilitators conclude the event with a facilitated discussion, prompting participants to evaluate their team’s dynamics and contemplate what it takes to work effectively as a team, what it means to be a positive team contributor, and most importantly, how to apply this learning back to their work environments.