Monday, December 29, 2014
ROM goes WILD for the holidays! Explore the exotic this holiday season with a Museum-wide celebration of wildlife. Live animals, wacky and wonderful plants, activities, crafts, and more, all included with admission!
This display explores the symbiotic relationship between art history and archaeology through the works of Paul Kane.
Celebrating a century of collecting at the Royal Ontario Museum.
Textile interpretations of some of our most iconic objects
Explore a pivotal period of innovation and experimentation.
An exploration into some of the founding donors who helped build the ROM’s Asian Collections and foster our long standing relationship with cultural China.
Izzy Camillieri and the ROM turn clothing design on its head as we explore fashion inspired by function.
A rare glimpse at archaeological textiles and costumes.
See portraits of Sir Edmund, the ROM's first chairman, and his wife, Lady Walker.
Until January 11, 2015
Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada, Level 1
The ROM's first Director of Archaeology.
A thought provoking exploration of the demise of one of the most abundant species in the world, the year the ROM opened its doors.
Do you know what lies beneath your feet?
For 100 years, social work has made a significant impact in Toronto
See some of the oldest and rarest specimens from the ROM's Ichthyology collection and celebrate a milestone with the cataloging of the ROM's 100,000th fish.
Specially Priced Exhibition
Opens November 22, 2014
Garfield Weston Exhibition Hall, Level 2B
We all come from somewhere. We’ve had unique life experiences. We are going in different directions. We may feel that we belong in one place, in many places, or nowhere.
A new dinosaur has been discovered--with a strange feature never seen before!