With more than six million items in its collection, the ROM rates among Canada’s largest museums, and a must-visit for families. Visit the First Nations Gallery for native artifacts such as a birch bark canoe and Sitting Bull’s headdress; the newly revitalized Bat Cave with animatronic bats; the Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs for an impressive collection of skeletons and fossils, including the full skeleton of a 90-foot long Barosaurus. At the CIBC Discovery Gallery, young kids can try on chain mail, dig for dino bones and crawl in a teepee. Through January 2, 2011, visitors are in for a special treat: “The Warrior Emperor and China’s Terracotta Army.” Eighteen life-sized terra cotta figures created 2,200 years ago will be on view. (Buy tickets online ahead of time).