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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.

La Galerie Schad de la biodiversité

La Galerie Schad de la biodiversité

Le 16 mai 2009, le Musée royal de l'Ontario (ROM) a inauguré la Galerie Schad de la biodiversité, consacrée à l'exploration de la biodiversité de la planète et des nombreux facteurs menaçant sa conservation et sa survie. Innovatrice et interactive, cette galerie présente sept

Carnival: From Emancipation to Celebration

The spirit of the Caribbean blazes to life through awe-inspiring costumes with a strong connection to community and history Until February 24, 2013- CLOSED The majority of the exhibition is on display in the Hilary and Galen Weston Wing on Level 2 of the ROM. The costumes are on view in the

Tips for Families

The Royal Ontario Museum connects families to their world and each other. We’re here to help you make most of your ROM experience! Baby Bags You can bring bags for baby needs with you to the Museum. Don’t forget, these bags are still subject to inspection. Strollers & Safety Strollers are

Location & Parking

Address Royal Ontario Museum 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, ON, M5S 2C6 Entrances Main Entrance: Bloor Street West Enter the automatic sliding doors into the Michael Lee Chin Crystal. Taxis and other vehicles may drop off and pick up visitors in the loading zone on Bloor Street.  Parking is not

Maps & Tours

Our floor plans can help you plan your next visit to the ROM. Of course, you may also ask ROM staff, including our security personnel, for help at any time.   Or stop by the information desk as you enter the Museum for brochures or assistance from one of our docents.  It's located under the

Visitor Policies

In the interest of safety and security for our staff and visitors, the following practices are observed at the Royal Ontario Museum. Visit Accessibility for more information on Museum accessibility. Baggage Please do not bring large bags or parcels with you when visiting the Museum. In the event