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ROM Research: Bats!

ROM Research: Bats!

Learn about the research Burton Lim, Assistant Curator of Mammology, leads in Guyana and around the world. Burton is an expert on all types of bats and studies their biodiversity and evolution.

Fact? or Fiction? Get Real!

Fact? or Fiction? Get Real!

Toronto's premier annual trivia event! Spend a fun-filled night of intrigue and mystery at the Museum with Royal Ontario Museum curators. Enjoy a tasty buffet and bar, and play a hilarious guessing game to determine the authenticity of rarely seen objects from the ROM vaults...and you could

Iconic: The Death of General Wolfe

Iconic: The Death of General Wolfe

This historic painting recreates the pivotal moment in 1759 when Britain defeated France on the Plains of Abraham. As one of only five original versions painted by Benjamin West, this object is one of the Royal Ontario Museum's iconic treasures. Visitors can see the original painting hanging

Schad Gallery of Biodiversity

Schad Gallery of Biodiversity

Nature comes to life in the Schad Gallery of Biodiversity. Travel across 7 ecosystems; see the rare white rhino and a live coral reef. Explore the Earth Rangers Studio with its immersive, multimedia and live animal shows. This gallery presents the diversity of life on earth and the significant

ROM: Backstage Pass- The Artists Studio

ROM: Backstage Pass- The Artists Studio

Come and have a look behind the scenes and inside the Artist's Studio at the ROM. See how ROM artists created models for the Schad Gallery of Biodiversity.

ROM: Backstage Pass- Photography

ROM: Backstage Pass- Photography

Come and have a look inside the Photography Studio at the Royal Ontario Museum. See how ROM Photographers capture the ROM's extensive collections of the museum.

Changemakers: Environmental Lawyer Anastasia Litner

Changemakers: Environmental Lawyer Anastasia Litner

Get the inside scoop on the new green economy. Changemakers profiles green-collar jobs that make a difference.

How to Save the World: An Environmental Debate

How to Save the World: An Environmental Debate

Thomas Homer Dixon, Gregg Easterbrook, Mark Kingwell and Terry Anderson debate the finer point of how save the world. Hosted at the Royal Ontario Museum, May 19, 2009.

Dead Sea Scrolls: Words that Changed the World

Dead Sea Scrolls: Words that Changed the World

Dead Sea Scrolls: Words that Changed the World is on display from June 27, 2009 to January 3, 2010. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see one of the greatest archaeological finds of the 20th century the earliest record of biblical patriarchs and prophets known to Judaism, Christianity and

Trees for Toronto in Queen's Park

Trees for Toronto in Queen's Park

Trees for Toronto was launched by the Royal Ontario Museum and the City of Toronto in connection with the 2007 architectural expansion of the ROM. The purpose of Trees for Toronto is to plant trees in Queens Park and to create a tree identification and awareness program for Toronto.