Sunday, February 14, 2016
Please call the Programs Department at 416.586.5797 to be placed on the waiting list.
Friday, February 26, 2016 | 17:00 - 20:00
After work, come enjoy some jazz with the Jesse Dietschi Trio as you gaze at the city's roofs from a very special viewpoint. Plus, relax with some grown-up colouring - we'll have pencil crayons and wildlife-inspired pages ready, or bring your favourites!
The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) welcomes all to the Annual ROM Research Colloquium and Vaughan Lecture, a thought-provoking one-day event highlighting the ROM’s ongoing research and recent discoveries.
A unique and provocative series, only at the Royal Ontario Museum. Attend post event receptions, meet like-minded individuals and engage in thought-provoking discussion.
A Life in the Past Lane: Four Decades Down and a New Dawn to Come
Join us for a keynote presentation by one of the ROM's researchers who has demonstrated extraordinary work over the career with highlights from the past year.
Free with Museum Admission, ROM Daytime brings experts in the fields of archaeology, natural history, biodiversity, world art and contemporary culture to share new discoveries, amazing artifacts and cutting edge science.
Free with Museum Admission, ROM Daytime brings experts in the fields of archaeology, natural history, biodiversity, world art and contemporary culture to share new discoveries, amazing artifacts and cutting edge science in a fascinating series o
Monday, May 9, 2016 | 13:30 - 15:30
Meet other moms, dads and caregivers and enjoy adult learning and conversation in a baby-friendly atmosphere at the ROM! With a Museum Educator as your guide, you will explore a different gallery each week and discover extraordinary objects while your little one marvels at the new sights fr
Birds are the living descendants of dinosaurs. Their DNA, comprised of over 1 billion DNA letters and thousands of genes, bears traces of their dinosaur ancestry. From T. rex to hummingbirds, join Harvard`s Scott V. Edwards as he explores how modern genomics are revealing how these fascinating creatures have evolved over tens of millions of years.