Friday, October 9, 2015
Come early and enjoy a yoga session to start off your day at the ROM! Your pre-purchased ticket entitles you to participate in a one-hour session for all ages with Iam Yoga, along with general admission for the day.
Rome built an almost unrivalled empire, but no human force could resist the power of a fiery volcano. The eruption of Mount Vesuvius buried several Roman towns, left behind were stunning remains that archaeologists continue to bring to life.
FREE. RSVP Required.
Does not include Museum admission.
From the perspective of the Asian collections at the British Museum, Dr. Michael Willis reflects on the question of the ‘sacred object’ in the ‘secular space’ of the museum.
Toronto's most unique social destination is back with a new season of drinks, food, and live music. Dance the night away among our fossils and rub elbows with history.
The Smithsonian Institute's Benjamin Andrews takes us on a journey through explosive volcanic eruptions such as that seen at Pompeii in 79 AD. Hear his take on the impact of volcanic activities on regional and global environments, and human societies.
On October 28th, we're inviting 10 lucky social media influencers to tour the museum BEFORE we open to the public for our second #EmptyROM tour.
This time we'll be visiting our Greek, Roman and Egyptian galleries on level 3!
ROM Daytime is a must attend event!
Free with Museum Admission, ROM Daytime brings experts in the fields of archaeology, natural history, biodiversity, world art and contemporary culture to share new discoveries, amazing artifacts and cutting edge science in a fascinating series of daytime lectures.
Lectures are followed by a short reception with coffee and treats, and exclusive guided access to some of the ROM's newest exhibits!