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Enjoy art, culture and nature in our expansive galleries and exhibition spaces.
- Order tickets online and use the promo code: SSFINC
Terms & Conditions: Valid for online ticket purchases only. Cannot be used with other promotions. Not valid during discounted hours. Not valid for any separately ticketed programs. Pricing subject to change. Discount offer subject to change.
Become a ROM Member and get year-long, VIP access to 4 billion years of beauty and wonder
ROM Members receive free and unlimited admission to galleries and special exhibitions all year long. Plus, Members enjoy exclusive previews of exhibitions and galleries, advance booking opportunities, discounts, and so much more.
Save 20% on select new 1-Year* memberships with promo code ROMPERKS21 until February 28, 2022. Your new membership will begin as soon as the Museum reopens.
Terms & Conditions: *Offer only valid on select new 1-year ROM Family, ROM Dual and ROM Individual memberships purchased online with promo code. Excludes Patrons, Circle and two-year membership levels. Offer subject to change without notice. Offer expires February 28, 2022. Cannot be combined with other offers or discounts. To enquire about this offer by phone call 416.586.5700.
Great Whales Extended
Due to popular demand, Great Whales: Up Close and Personal has been extended to run through June 26, 2022, allowing more visitors to enjoy the unique world of these majestic giants. The exhibition displays three real whale skeletons – the sperm whale, the blue whale and the North Atlantic right whale – combined with fascinating science and large-scale audio and video experiences.
Great Whales Contest
Enter to win a trip for two to Newfoundland & Labrador to see whales, birds and 'bergs!
Prize includes flights, an 8-day itinerary including accommodations, rental car, boat tours (in search of whales, birds and bergs), seaside picnics, historic sites, city tours, museums and an afternoon kitchen party.
Contest generously supported by:
Wildlife Photographer of the Year Extended
The longest-running and most prestigious nature photography competition in the world, Wildlife Photographer of the Year, has been extended to run through May 29, 2022. The exhibition's stunning images allow visitors to experience nature in vivid detail and get up close to some of the world's most extraordinary species, the lives they live, and the challenges they face.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year is developed and produced by the Natural History Museum, London.
Calling all shutterbugs! Get outdoors and show us your love of nature.
Whether you're an amateur or professional photographer, the ROM invites you to share your captivating images of the natural world for a chance to win some amazing prizes including a Nikon camera kit courtesy of Henry's, and more.
Photography can reveal our profound connections to the earth, our shared home, and the urgent need to protect it. Find and appreciate nature in your own backyard or share memories of wildlife encounters during a past vacation.
Contest generously supported by
ROM at Home
Featuring live discussions, topical Q&As, educational activities, and behind-the-scenes videos from ROM curators and experts, ROM at Home opens the doors to the Museum with programming that is accessible through our website and social media channels.
Beer, Drugs and Power: Exploring Politics in the Ancient Andes
Featuring exciting new research into the use of hallucinogen-laced alcohol at the ancient Andean site of Quilcapampa, ROM’s Justin Jennings discusses how leaders of the Wari State (600 to 1000 CE) used feasting with psychoactive substances to consolidate and maintain power. Online program, free with registration.
Smithsonian Channel Canada
If you have cable you're in luck! Smithsonian Channel Canada is now in free preview. Fuel your curiosity and passion to learn with shows like Searching for Secrets, WWII Battles in Color and Inside the Tower of London. Also available on Amazon Prime Video Channels and Apple TV+.