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The Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) showcases art, culture, and nature from around the globe and across the ages. : learn, connect, and explore with us.
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Royal Ontario Museum 15h
Our Temerty Chair of Dinosaurs, dug up his first dino at age 18 and hasn't looked back since. 🦕
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 23
Learn more about our Egyptian gallery with Senior Curator Dr. Krzysztof.
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 21
Replying to @Momto23
Hi there! While we're not currently selling masks in the ROM Boutique, we will be stocking them this fall. Please feel free to get in touch with our ROM Boutique directly at 416.586.5766 if you have any questions. (Wednesday-Sunday, 11am-6pm)
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 21
Replying to @JillianGloop
Thanks for your message! We're just checking in with our experts and will let you know if they have an answer for you. 🦟️
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 21
Explore the many aspects of Egyptian life from funerary rites to diet, dress and play in our newest exhibition, .
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 20
Fossil tracks provide a window into the past in a way other ancient remnants cannot. “To a geologist or a paleoanthropologist, footprints are traces of past behaviour...And that’s something you often don’t get with bones and stones.” 👣
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 20
Replying to @Nquisitiv
Thanks for the opportunity to clarify. We take health and safety very seriously; everyone is required to wear a mask while in the ROM. The ROM was closed when CBC conducted the interview. Our curator adjusted his mask to be heard clearly only for the purposes of filming.
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 20
Replying to @Hydrart
Hi there! Thanks for your suggestion, we'll pass it along to the team at the Boutique. There is a lot of merchandise currently available, with more shipments coming in the future. Please feel free to reach out to them directly at 416-586-5766 as well! (Wed-Sun, 11-6)
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 20
Replying to @TheBGMA
This lil' guy likely found its way to you as part of a specimen exchange. Each year over 2000 dead birds are donated to us by the Fatal Light Awareness Program (birds killed by window & building strikes). We make them available to other museums to help build their collections.
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 20
Replying to @mllesarahyoung
Hi there- thanks for your interest, we'll pass your suggestion along to the team!
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 19
Thanks for visiting, we're so glad you enjoyed ! 😊
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 19
Replying to @petite_stuff
Hi Amanda- we're very sorry for the delay. A timed-ticket ensures you will get in to see the show (which is sold-out today). Due to the high demand on its opening weekend & adherence to social distancing protocols, wait times may be longer than usual. We appreciate your patience.
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 19
Replying to @ROMtoronto
is on now through March 21, 2021.
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 19
Replying to @ROMtoronto
Using the latest technology such as CT scans helps to expand our knowledge of ancient lives, in a non-invasive way.
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 19
Replying to @ROMtoronto
Explore ancient society through toys, art, and remarkably preserved clothing.
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 19
Journey thousands of years into the past. Explore the lives of six individuals and the society in which they lived in this compelling exhibition from the . opens today! 🎟️ :
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 18
Replying to @TheBGMA
But seriously, good question- we'll see if we can dig any details up! 👀
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 18
Replying to @TheBGMA
Lucky Duckie! 🦆
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Royal Ontario Museum Sep 18
That nip in the air can only mean one thing- October tickets are now available! 🍁 Come take a brisk walk through the Hundred Acre Wood at , and get ready for our new exhibition opening tomorrow- . Book your tickets now!
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CG of Japan Toronto Sep 18
The Crescent Moon (1797-1858, Utagawa Hiroshige) The crescent moon plays hide and seek among the mountains, its light glancing off the water. From the Japanese Art Collection:
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