Archaeologist Amélie Allard provides a fascinating introduction to the basic principles, techniques, and ethics of exploring the human history of Canada and the United States.
Discover the cultural impact of early medieval Norse contact with peoples throughout “the Viking World”. Find out how the legendary Vikings weren’t just pirates and warriors; but settlers, explorers, and agents of commerce and communication beyond Scandinavia.
Experience the ultimate backstage pass at the Museum with ROMkids Sleepovers. This awe-inspiring night kicks off with an exclusive visit to the ROM’s latest special exhibition, VIKINGS: The Exhibition, presented by Raymond James Ltd., where you can explore the myths and lifestyle of these legendary voyagers. Sleepovers are for children 5 years and up. Children are required to be accompanied by an adult (19 years or older) throughout the sleepover.
Trace the amazing history of the Vikings with University of Toronto researcher Matthew Goodman. From their fascinating lives at home to their preparations for raiding abroad, find out what it meant to be a Viking by taking a closer look at Viking society, religion, and daily life in medieval Scandinavia.