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Sir Christopher Ondaatje South Asian Gallery

Where tradition and modernity meet. The history of South Asia spans more than 5,000 years, from an ancient civilization with a sophisticated visual culture and technology, to modern cities that are among the world's leading cosmopolitan centres. Though distinguished by diverse languages,

Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Gallery of China

One of the world's great civilizations.   China has witnessed thousands of years of continuous history encompassing well over twenty dynastic periods. Paper, tea, gunpowder, and porcelain are just a few of the significant contributions China has introduced to our world.    Ranked amongst

Reed Gallery of the Age of Mammals

The rise of mammals following the great extinction of dinosaurs. After the extinction of the dinosaurs about 65 million years ago, other animals continued to develop and flourish. This was a time when Earth's continents continued to separate into their present-day positions and predecessors of

Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity

Life is Diverse. Life is Interconnected. Life is at Risk.  The Schad Gallery is our space to explore and display life on planet earth: life in the recent past, now and in the future.  Our extensive natural history collections – from “Bull” the Southern White Rhino to our live coral reef –

Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples

Providing cultural context for Canada's First Peoples Created with the advice of Native advisors, this gallery explores the cultures and traditions of Canada’s First Peoples. Collections examine the history of engagement between indigenous peoples and Euro-Canadian settlers, early fears that

Sigmund Samuel Gallery of Canada

From colonies to country… Canada revealed. Canada's heritage is one of diverse cultures and deep roots. Originally influenced by English, French and Aboriginal cultures, and more recently by a mosaic of international ethnicity, the essence of Canadian-ness and its changing emblems and

CIBC Discovery Gallery

A dedicated kids' zone for learning fun. Bring your young ones and enter a world of activity and learning, all in a dedicated gallery that's safe and fun. Drawing on the ROM's collections and with trained facilitators close by, curious young minds journey through three themed and

Wirth Gallery of the Middle East

The Cradle of Civilization. In an area of the Middle East known as the Fertile Crescent, where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers meet, ancient societies flourished and made enormous advances in culture and technology. These advances, in areas such as writing, mathematics, law, medicine and religion,

Samuel European Galleries

The legacy of European style through the ages. From the Middle Ages to the 20th century, Europe witnessed agricultural, social, economic and industrial innovation that would change how Europeans lived, worked, and viewed with the world around them. Examine the influence these changes had through

Matthews Family Court of Chinese Sculpture

 One of the ROM’s most inspiring spaces.   Sculptures and sculptural art held a significant role in all aspects of Chinese historical life, and the representation of religious deities was a critical component of Chinese religious culture.  Walk amidst statues that span over 1,500 years of