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Join us as we view some of the artistic treasures of Trinity College, University of Toronto.
Join us as we explore the history of our city. Relive Victorian times in Toronto's Down Town Abbeys in Campbell House, the last remaining brick house of "olde Yorke". Enter Osgoode Hall's medieval "Inns of Court" through whimsical
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Samarkand, Tashkent, Bukhara and Khiva: cities in today’s Uzbekistan where we can still see the legacy of the romantic and sophisticated Silk Road.
Join us for an illustrated lecture by Doug Purdon, Toronto artist and lecturer. He presents regular workshops on art subjects at the University of Toronto. In the past 20 years, the art world has changed.
Tour stained glass tombs and art glass treasures of Toronto with internationally recognized glass artist Sarah Hall, RCA. See various techniques first hand and learn about the artists and artistry of Toronto’s stained glass heritage.
What better antidote for Toronto’s summer heat than a trip to Canada’s Arctic to see icebergs, fjords, polar bears and whales. Join us for ROMtravel’s northern cruise!
Enjoy fall colours at their best. Why not join ROM curator, Corey Keeble on a day trip to Creemore? The history of this historic town will come alive as Corey recounts the early days in stories of this town - its prosperous railway, and it's very successful farmers.
Come with ROMbus and see an exotic kaleidoscope of marine life, giant pacific octopuses, stingrays, jellyfish, seahorses and clown fish. View aquatic galleries from Canada to the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific.
Curators will take us around the world to discover how men and women in many cultures adorned themselves - in ancient Egypt, Africa, China, North America and places in between. It is a long history from feathers to bone to modern accessories such as today’s jewellery.