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Admission fees rise

Admission price rises to $2.50

Record Attendance for 75th Anniversary

1,080,637 people came through the doors this year. One event to celebrate was the publication of The Museum Makers by Lovat Dickson.

Into the Heart of Africa

The exhibition opens in November with good attendance at the public programs. Early in the next year, protests begin and escalate. ROM changes the process by which exhibitions are proposed and approved. Full text of the catalogue may be found at

Campaign for Gallery Development

Serious fundraising for galleries begins with a target of $40 million. The Royal Terrace Club is established for donors. (It became the Royal Patrons' Circle in 1999)

Institute for Contemporary Culture Established

The founders of this new initiative had in mind exhibits of photography, but the mandate evolved. Shows were mounted once a year. One early show depicted and analysed teenage tribes. Over the years, the mission has grown to encompass innovative exhibits and public events tackling living societies

ROM Learning: Object based learning

ROM Learning: Object based learning

Join the Manager of Children's Programs, Jovanna Scorsone and ROM Educators Jacques Lavoie and Gayle Gibson as they discuss the resources available to teachers at the museum. This hangout talks specifically about how our handling collection can help teachers augment their curriculum offerings.

The ROM gets a new Roof

The ROM gets a new Roof

Walking past the ROM these days, you can’t help but notice the scaffolding on  south side of the Queens Park wing, or the safety barriers on the roof. After eighty years of service, the familiar green copper roof is being replaced. If you take a look at the roof through the ROM’s web cam, 

Protéger le passé

Qu’a fait le Canada pour protéger le passé? Le Canada a signé deux déclarations internationales sur la lutte contre le trafic illicite de biens culturels : La Convention pour la protection des biens culturels en cas de conflit armé, adoptée à La Haye, en 1954 La Convention de l’UNESCO

What's special about the new copper roof at the ROM?

What's special about the new copper roof at the ROM?

You may have noticed that there is some work going on on the ROOF of the  Queens Park addition (1932) of the ROM. The short story is that the copper roof is being replaced. The whole story involves what is actually going under the copper cladding. It is not so much what you do see, but what you

Le premier coup de pinceau: Paul Kane et la réflectographie à l’infrarouge

Le premier coup de pinceau: Paul Kane et la réflectographie à l’infrarouge

Jusqu'au 5 juillet 2015 Galerie Daphne Cockwell du Canada: Premiers peuples Au milieu du XIX e  siècle, l’artiste canadien Paul Kane (1810-1871) a réalisé plusieurs esquisses des Autochtones et des paysages qu’il a vus lors de son voyage entre Toronto et l’océan Pacifique. À son