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ROM Members receive free and unlimited admission to galleries and special exhibitions all year long.

 

Members also enjoy exclusive previews of exhibitions and galleries, advance booking opportunities, discounts, and more.

 

Become a Member today and save 15% on new 1-year Individual, Dual, or Family memberships* with promo code ROMPERKS23.

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* Offer excludes Patrons, Circle, and two-year membership levels. Offer subject to change without notice. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts.  Call us at 416.586.5700 or email [email protected] if you have any questions.

Urban Capers Scavenger Hunts at ROM

 

Team building has never been easier than with Urban Capers Scavenger Hunts! Which ROM Mystery scavenger hunt will you choose?



Your team can solve a classic whodunnit (Intrigue at the Museum) or discover ancient fortunes while searching for the missing heiress (The Adventures of Indie Santiago)! Urban Caper hosts will have your team connecting, laughing, and building memories as you explore ROM’s galleries, answer tricky questions, and complete creative challenges. Put on your detective hats and book your customized event.

 

Email to book private and corporate groups for teams of 10+ players

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Smaller teams can join regular public hunts.

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year

 

Exhibition

Opening November 25, 2023

 

Experience our world in vivid detail and see some of the most extraordinary species in ways you never imagined. Each photograph is back lit, providing exquisite quality and depth. Through the camera's lens, viewers become witnesses to the lives animals live and the challenges they face. Emotive, surprising glimpses of life on our planet are showcased through exceptional talent, technical expertise, and the perfectly captured moment. 

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Image: Snow bison. Image © Max Waugh, Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2023.

Death: Life's Greatest Mystery

 

Exhibition

On now

 

Through artifacts, specimens, and immersive media experiences, learn how life and death are part of a universal, continuous, and cyclical process. This thought-provoking exhibition explores cultural and natural responses to life and death and asks big questions including: “What if I don’t want to die?”, “What will happen to my body?” and “What will happen to my ‘self’?”. Experience how life goes on after death—and could not without it.

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Image: Courts of Hell Judge Mask, Field Museum

Being and Belonging

 

Exhibition

On now

 

Being and Belonging: Contemporary Women Artists from the Islamic World and Beyond is a bold exhibition exploring the defining issues of our time from the perspective of 25 women artists from or connected to the broader Islamic world spanning across West Africa to Southeast Asia or living in diaspora.

 

Included with General Admission.

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Image: Dilyara Kaipova (Uzbekistan, b. 1967), Darth Vader II, 2020. Ikat tie-dyed, woven, and quilted cotton, 111 x 176 cm. Collection of Royal Ontario Museum. Photo: ROM 

Noelle Hamlyn: Lifers

 

Exhibition

On now

 

Explore the impact of textiles and fashion on the planet's water quality — and what we can do about it — in a powerful, new, ROM-organized art installation by Canadian visual artist, Noelle Hamlyn.

 

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Discover how climate change affects art, culture, and nature through the ages. Learn what is driving climate change today—and what you can do about it.  

 

Book a Climate Change Tour today!  

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Image: Salvaged life jacket covered with beaded pink fabric, custom hand tailored by Noelle Hamlyn. Image ©ROM.

Tune into BBC Earth to see the premiere of Eden: Untamed Planet

 

November 26 at 9 p.m.

 

Embark on an odyssey to Earth’s far-flung corners for a look at the last

untouched paradises. Explore awe-inspiring landscapes, including the sacred forests of Borneo, the rolling grasslands of Africa’s Luangwa Valley, and the enchanted isles of the Galápagos. Witness the unique adaptations of iconic animals, examine delicate ecosystems, and learn how these secret havens thrive.

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Special Offer: 15% OFF Admission to the McMichael!

 

The McMichael Canadian Art Collection invites friends of ROM to spend a relaxing day outside of the city with the art of Canada. Opening soonCobalt: A Mining Town and the Canadian Imagination (Nov 18), Moridja Kitenge Banza: Topographies (Nov 18), and Ghosts of Canoe Lake: New Work by Marcel Dzama (Dec 9). Join a gallery tour, begin your holiday shopping, enjoy lunch at CABIN and hike 100 acres of forest and trails

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Marcel Dzama (b. 1974), Ghost of Canoe Lake, 2023, pearlescent acrylic, ink, watercolor, and graphite on paper, 36.2 x 36.2 cm, Courtesy the artist and David Zwirner © Marcel Dzama

Franklin Carmichael (1890–1945), A Northern Silver Mine (detail), 1930, oil on canvas, 101.5 x 121.2 cm, Gift of Mrs. A.J. Latner, McMichael Canadian Art Collection

Moridja Kitenge Banza (b. 1980), Chiromancie #14 n°2 (detail), 2023, acrylic on canvas, 152.4 x 244.8 cm, McMichael Canadian Art Collection, TD2023.18. Photo courtesy of the artist and Galerie Hugues Charbonneau, Montreal © Moridja Kitenge Banza

Israel Fernández and Seffarine

 

Saturday, November 11, 2023, 8pm

Koerner Hall

 

Tickets start at only $50

Tickets: 416.408.0208

 

Israel Fernández, a groundbreaking flamenco vocalist, merges tradition with raw theatricality, joined by guitarist Diego del Morao, a collaborator of genre legends. Seffarine's fusion of Arabic, Iberian, and West African cultures is exemplified by vocalist Lamiae Naki and multi-talented musician Nat Hulskamp, who artfully blend Arab-Andalusi and flamenco influences in their compositions.

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