Current Exhibitions

Pompeii: In the shadow of the volcanoe
Canadian premiere exhibition tells the dramatic story of a city frozen in time.
Maps, Borders and Mobility in Africa
Maps, Borders and Mobility in Africa reflects upon the Berlin Conference, a critical event in African history
Viva Mexico! Clothing and Culture
The vibrant costumes of Mexico explode with colour and bold Mexican style!
Illustration of the new Dinosaur by Danielle Dufault.
A new dinosaur has been discovered--with a strange feature never seen before!
Dunkleosteus intermedius
A display of spectacular pieces in anticipation of the new Dawn of Life gallery.
Found in more than a dozen tiny pieces, this reconstructed "mini-pot" has incised shoulder decoration typical of Late Woodland period ceramics in Ontario. Some scholars suggest that mini-pots may have been practice pots made by children.
Do you know what lies beneath your feet? 
Image: Jane Ash Poitras, Buffalo Seed. Mixed media, oil on canvas, 2004.
Four paintings explore colonialism and traditional knowledge of the therapeutic properties and spiritual significance of plants
The Franklin Expedition: The Bell Tolls Again
Closes Winter 2015 Samuel Hall Currelly Gallery, Level 1
Leaf featuring three people
View Chinese art in a whole new light.
Painting by Paul Kane
Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples 
Group shot of ROM staff at Yazdigird's Seraglio in Iran. ROM excavations at Yazdigird's Seraglio in Iran revealed that the ruins were once something different than others thought.
ROM Excavations in Iran 1975 – 1979