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Life in Rome: Pantheon

Life in Rome: Pantheon

Trinity Jackman, Classical Archaeologist, reveals the story behind one of the world's most iconic monuments, the Pantheon. To learn more about life in ancient Rome, visit the Eaton Gallery of Rome.

Prom Noir at the ROM

Prom Noir at the ROM

The Young Patrons Circle (YPC) at the Royal Ontario Museum invites you to a thrilling night of dark glamour and cinematic fantasy for PROM Noir, the YPCs fifth annual fundraiser taking place Saturday, March 27, 2010.

China's Terracotta Army at the ROM (Toronto, Canada)

China's Terracotta Army at the ROM (Toronto, Canada)

The Royal Ontario Museum is pleased to bring The Warrior Emperor and China's Terracotta Army to Toronto, June 26, 2010 to January 2, 2011.

Iconic: Blue Lady

Iconic: Blue Lady

Artist, Navjot, speaks about the (Untitled) "Blue Lady", one of the Royal Ontario Museum's iconic treasures. A modern twist on conventional South Asian art, the larger than life sculpture represents a goddess of fertility, and is painted a brilliant blue, a traditional Hindu colour

Iconic: White Rhino

Iconic: White Rhino

This white rhino is a rare specimen and the centerpiece of the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity at the Royal Ontario Museum. Born in South Africa, "Bull" was a mighty 4,500 pounds and is one of the ROM's iconic treasures.

Bat Cave: Underground

Bat Cave: Underground

Video Producer, Elaisha Stokes, visits St. Clair Cave in Jamaica. A ROM team from visited the cave in winter 2010 to gather footage of the bats that inhabit the underground structure. This amazing cave is the inspiration for the ROM's own Bat Cave found on Level 2 of the Museum.

Canada Invests in the Royal Ontario Museum

Canada Invests in the Royal Ontario Museum

On January 12, 2010, the Honourable John Baird, Canada's Transport and Infrastructure Minister, and Salvatore Badali, Chair of the Royal Ontario Museum Board of Trustees, together with Dr. Marie Bountrogianni, President and Executive Director, Royal Ontario Museum Governors, announced that the

Iconic: Light of the Desert

Iconic: Light of the Desert

The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto is home the world's largest faceted cerussite, an extremely fragile mineral that is almost impossible to cut. Learn why this cerussite, installed in the Gallery of Gems and Gold in the Teck Suite of Galleries: Earth's Treasures, is nicknamed Light of

Brave the New Bat Cave

Brave the New Bat Cave

Bigger, better and scarier than ever! See what kids love about the ROM's Bat Cave.

David Suzuki Talks Biodiversity

David Suzuki Talks Biodiversity

The Royal Ontario Museum interviews Dr. David Suzuki about the significant role biodiversity plays in maintaining the health of our planet.