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Travels in India, part 1

Travels in India, part 1

Ahmedabad, India Traffic here is like a pinball machine, a crazy game of chicken, where you try not to hit anything, especially the cattle. After a day of relative inactivity, spent recovering from jetlag, I found myself bouncing around in the back of an autorickshaw, hurtling through a crazy quilt

Family Tour

Tour Development in Progress Thanks for visiting us! We are currently in the midst of developing our ROM Family Tour, and will be doing a test launch in a few weeks. Please come back to help us find any gremlins that still persist. We'd love to hear from you!

Concours de dessins Prodigieux dinosaures

Envoyez-nous votre dessin de dinosaure et vous pourriez gagner un prix! Pour célébrer notre exposition à l’affiche, nous invitons les amateurs de dinosaures de tout âge à dessiner leur propre prodigieux dinosaure et ainsi courir la chance de remporter notre premier prix: la visite des

LEGO Maya Pyramid building for ROM March Break

 Fifty years ago, a tinny, lurching propeller plane circled above the tropical plain of Belize about 10 kilometres in from the Caribbean coastline. Below, amid a dark patch of forest, tiny slivers of chalky, exposed limestone peeked through the canopy. For the co-pilot that day, a young ROM

ROM Social Media

The Royal Ontario Museum is committed to providing an open forum to discuss and debate issues that range from natural history to world cultures. You can add comments on our website and you are encouraged to engage with us on our social media platforms listed below. The purpose of online

Timmy (TM1), the Ruddy Turnstone

I am a shorebird known as a Ruddy Turnstone. Like many shorebirds species our numbers are starting to show a serious decline. ROM researchers are studying turnstones and other shorebirds so we can learn more about the problems they are facing and protect them. I have been given the name Timmy,

Cut/Paste: Creative Reuse in Canadian Design

In this unique new exhibition, creative agency Motherbrand explores the idea of creative reuse, recycling and upscaling in Canadian design. Reaching back to indigenous design and the improvised solutions of early pioneers, through to recent work from designers Tobias Wong, Douglas Coupland and

House Calls with my Camera

  Toronto physician Dr. Mark Nowaczynski captures the lives of his patients in a poignant series of photo essays.  House Calls with my Camera  focuses on four at-risk individuals, providing insight not only into seniors' quality of life and the subjects' personal stories, but an

From the Soul: Caribana Art Exhibit

  On display during and after the Scotiabank Caribana Festival, the exhibition represents the largest single juried display of works of art by African Canadian artists. More than 160 works on canvas, several Caribana parade costumes, three dimensional bronze sculptures and award-winning ceramic

Soft Rains #6: Suburban Horror (Part 1)

  A tiny diorama, created by artists Jennifer and Kevin McCoy, presents an unsettling suburban scene for visitors to explore. Conceived as a miniature film set inspired by David Lynch's Blue Velvet (1986), one of Toronto International Film Festival's (TIFF) Essential 100 Films, live