Fix your gaze on these mystical birds of prey!
See Iroquois beadworks, both historical and contemporary, and learn how this art still flourishes.
Iroquois beadworkers play a vital role in preserving cultural beliefs. The Iroquois were quick to adapt European-made cloth and glass beads to their own artistic traditions developed over many centuries. Such adaptation allowed them to pursue their conceptual and aesthetic goals, while retaining the same imagery that they have always used, representing their cosmology, values and legends.
Classics never die.
In the dead of winter or the heat of summer, outside or inside, Canadian children have always worked hard to have fun!
This exhibition takes a look at our favourite games and toys over the past 130 years. Despite the 20th century’s astonishing developments in science, medicine and technology, some things have remained constant. Children still play with dolls and farm sets. Skating, tobogganing and playing hockey remain an integral part of Canadian winters.
What is a Travelling Exhibition?
Stories of the War of 1812 and its aftermath from a First Nations perspective
It's like getting your own ROM expert in a suitcase! Relax in the comfort of your own classroom, and let us bring the Museum to you. Our EduKits Program is guaranteed to liven up your classroom learning environment.
The EduKits Program offers hands-on, object-oriented educational kits. Covering a variety of topics, based on common core curriculum, the ROM’s expertise and collections are the foundation of each kit – making it unique, engaging and most importantly fun!
Photographs documenting historically significant sites of the War of 1812 also commemorate much more
From colonies to country… Canada revealed.
Providing cultural context for Canada's First Peoples.