We explore Cobourg, once one of the most important centres of Upper Canada, and later reborn as the “Summer Colony" or the "Newport of the North", a resort town for wealthy Americans during the post-Civil War era.
Free. RSVP Required.
ROM Admission is not included.
2018 Edward S. Rogers Lecture in Anthropology
Inspired by the true story of Viking swords in the ROM's collections, historian Douglas Hunter offers up a real-life museum detective story.
Archaeologist Amélie Allard introduces to the basic principles, techniques, and ethics of exploring the human history of Canada and the United States.
For the month of Remembrance we look at war. On the day after Remembrance Day we explore how different civilizations went to war with a docent-led tour at the ROM. The day also includes a visit to the Georgina Military Museum in Keswick for an exploration of Canada at war.
Join ROM Archivist Charlotte Chaffey as she investigates the symbolism, imagery, and lore of some of the ROM's iconic architecture using documents and photographs from the Museum's Library & Archives collections.