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Royal Ontario Museum

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100 Queens Park
Toronto Ontario M5S 2C6
(416) 586-8000
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info@rom.on.ca

Opened in 1914, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) showcases art, culture, and nature from around the globe and across the ages. One of North America's most renowned cultural institutions, Canada's largest museum is home to a world-class collection of more than six million objects and specimens, featured in 40 gallery and exhibition spaces.



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  • 11 hours ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Did you join us at last Friday's #FNLROM? Here are some shots of the party!
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  • 3 days ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Fossil Friday - Jawless Vertebrates
    Fossil Friday - Jawless Vertebrates
    3 days ago
    Hello
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    Thank you, guys!! Have a great weekend.
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    Thank you!! ๐Ÿ˜Š
    3 days ago
    Hi guys!! The devil is ALWAYS watching ...
    3 days ago
    Hello there. My sister and I spent nearly 5 hours there at the beginning of October!! ๐Ÿ˜Š
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    Hello
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  • 4 days ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    "Itโ€™s not just a dinosaur in isolation,โ€ Evans says.
     
    โ€œItโ€™s an entire ecosystem thatโ€™s preserved in stone. It has fossils of everything from turtles, crocodiles, clams, snails, and a remarkable array of plants.โ€
     
    ๐Ÿš๐Ÿข๐ŸŠ๐Ÿฆ€
    Meet the dinosaur thatโ€™s being uncovered in Trenton
    4 days ago
    Billy Baric put ROM tix on our list!
    4 days ago
    Nope! It is a Dino! Not marine reptile.
    4 days ago
    Shawn Gerard ]
    4 days ago
    Janet McCue!! Did you dig this up?
  • 4 days ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Indigenous Insights
     
    Join our ROM Youth Cabinet: https://www.rom.on.c...om-youth-cabinet
     
    Email Leslie McCue lmcue@rom.on.ca or Carly Brascoupe cbrascoupe@rom.on.ca for more info on the Youth Cabinet.
     
    Take part in our Treaty mapping and Wampum Belts program, Nov. 9: https://www.rom.on.c...p;product_id=952
     
    Free High-school special event!
     
    Contemporary Inuit Perspective on the Franklin Expedition on Monday, Nov 26: https://www.rom.on.c...p;product_id=948
    Indigenous InsightsJoin our ROM Youth Cabinet: https://www.rom.on.ca
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    coucou vous faites du bon boulot
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    Mining Matters is watching and listening
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  • 5 days ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Probably not the kind of Pot(s) everyone is talking about on your newsfeed today, but here are a few from our collection!
     
    Browse more of our pots here: https://collections.rom.on.ca/
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    4 days ago
    As Canada goes to"pot". Heehee.
    5 days ago
    Those are my favourite kind of pots
    5 days ago
    Your social media person is awesome to take advantage of this :D
    5 days ago
    Those are some pretty nice pots, I must say. ๐Ÿ˜‰
    5 days ago
    Hillary Weppler A+ museum post
    5 days ago
    At least your site didn't crash today ,,lol
    5 days ago
    Now we have pot options...๐Ÿ˜…
    5 days ago
    So we should put that in our pipe and smoke it, right? (Not planning to use the stuff anytime soon, I might add...)
    5 days ago
    any pots with cannabis or ephedra or tobacco, interesting plant residues?
    5 days ago
    Well played
  • 6 days ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Long spined sea urchins (Diadema sp.) like this one found in the Life in Crisis gallery aquarium, are often found in coral reefs. The bottom of the urchin (seen here), have structures called tube feet that help it move, feed, and even breathe. These Urchins play an important role in the prevention of algae overgrowth in coral reefs. Not to mention they're freakin gorgeous. ๐Ÿ˜
    Long Spined Sea Urchin: ROM Biodiversity
    5 days ago
    Katherine Jane Christianson, stay out of the water.
  • 1 week ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    You may want to put down that dinner fork to watch this one. ๐Ÿฝ๏ธ
    Centipede Lunch Time
    4 days ago
    ๐Ÿ˜ I love her so much!
    6 days ago
    Saw one on a tv show one time, pretty sure it was eating a bat lol
    1 week ago
    cute
    1 week ago
    bon appetite!
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    Love the music!
  • 1 week ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    We've been working on prepping #DinoZuul for a long time now. Here's a throwback to January where our team was working carefully to remove the bone from the cast.
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  • 1 week ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Our warehouse space is used for extra large materials, primarily our fish collection. Join Erling Holm and Jared Skeath as we go behind the scenes to check out some of the specimens.
    ROM Warehouse
    1 week ago
    Keita Morikawa
    1 week ago
    Did you collect them when dead or did you kill them?
    1 week ago
    It's like that warehouse at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark!
  • 1 week ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Researcher Cary Woodruff is using the first baby diplodocus skull ever found to help scientists uncover how tiny babies that hatched from melon-sized eggs grew into the some of the largest animals that ever walked the Earth. ๐Ÿฅš๐Ÿฆ–
    Rare skull of baby diplodocus shows how giant dinosaurs grew way, way up | CBC News
    1 week ago
    Fascinating!
    1 week ago
    Heard his lecture this morning. Very informative!!!!!
  • 1 week ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Remember that big body block of #DinoZuul we showed you a couple weeks back?! Hereโ€™s how itโ€™s coming along:
     
    1) This is #DinoZuulโ€™s back.
     
    2) This is #DinoZuulโ€™s skin. We took this mould so we can make a bronze touchable for the upcoming exhibition. Phenomenal details right down to the last scale.
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    1 week ago
    Harold James
    1 week ago
    I am far too excited about this!!!! ๐Ÿ˜
    1 week ago
    Amanda Lorayne have you seen this?!?
  • 2 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Throwback Thursday: art students sketching in Ming tomb garden, summer 1964. Did you ever sketch in this garden?
    Timeline Photos
    2 weeks ago
    And in the '50s when it was indoors, in its own wing.
    2 weeks ago
    Yes I did!
  • 2 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

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    Indigenous Insights
    Indigenous Insights
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    Indigenous Professional Learning Workshops
     
    https://www.rom.on.c...gory&path=22
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    J'net and Wendy's article can be found here: https://medium.com/v...gue-3de78fa76442
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    More info on our Youth Cabinet: https://www.rom.on.c...om-youth-cabinet
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    Indigenous Special events for students:: https://www.rom.on.c...gory&path=22
    2 weeks ago
    Made this corn husk doll as it is called at the Native centre in my city. It is faceless to show that one shd not be vain about ones looks and respect everyone
    2 weeks ago
    Can anyone attend the workshops? What is the name of the painting behind you?
    2 weeks ago
    My step grandmother is a Eskimo icon
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    Good morning from Toronto.
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    Hello from Mexico
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    Hi from Quebec City
  • 2 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    #DinoZuul is getting prepped for the exhibition. Watch this behind the scenes video for a closer look.
     
    https://tgam.ca/2OrsAvl
    Meet Zuul: The new dinosaur destined for the Royal Ontario Museum
    2 weeks ago
    Amber Favreau the star of the show!
    2 weeks ago
    Tracy Ann Hawthorn
    2 weeks ago
    a distant cousin?
    https://instantemens...?w=300&h=263
    2 weeks ago
    Wow!!
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    Rom
    2 weeks ago
    I would love to go to the tom
    2 weeks ago
    No Dana? I'm sorry, I couldn't help it ๐Ÿ˜†
    Looks neat though!
    2 weeks ago
    Awesome Zuul!
    2 weeks ago
    So excited!!!
    2 weeks ago
    Paula Mould omg
  • 2 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Our Mineralogy team is away this morning so here is an old Mineral Mornings episode to tide you over until next week.
     
    If there is something you would like to see from our Mineralogy team, let us know in the comments!
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  • 2 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Meet our spider wranglers. These guys can be found inside the exhibition taking care of all our arachnids. Got a question, make sure to ask! ๐Ÿ•ท๏ธโค๏ธ
    ROM Spider Wranglers
    2 weeks ago
    ืžืงืกื™ื ื•ืžืจืชืง!
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    Sarah Jean
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  • 3 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Did you catch #FNLROM last Friday? If not don't miss this weeks!
    ElectriCITY Events
  • 3 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Did you know you can milk spiders?!
     
    We're doing it live inside our #ROMSpiders exhibition. Check it out! ๐Ÿ•ท๏ธโค๏ธ
    Spider Venom Milking
    6 days ago
    Elizabeth Coffyn
    1 week ago
    ..I'll stick with drinking cows milk thanks.
    1 week ago
    That's interesting
    2 weeks ago
    What qualifications do you need in order to milk spiders for venom? Thatโ€™s a dream job
    3 weeks ago
    Myriam Cht lโ€™enfer
    3 weeks ago
    Aleksandra Dolezal WHAT
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    Damian D. Arnold
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    Emily Kate
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    Christine Hickson
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    Bev Perchak
  • 3 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    Fossil Friday - SHARKS!
    Fossil Friday - SHARKS!
    3 weeks ago
    Missed it again. We actually do have some Megalodon Vertebral Columns, some pretty extensive, but they were not well preserved. Many isolated centrum have been found. Also, The whole east coast is known for megs, Maryland and south. The Chesapeake group produces them frequently.
    3 weeks ago
    Thank you
    3 weeks ago
    Thanks!
    3 weeks ago
    Age of Sharks was older than dinosaurs - Permian?
    3 weeks ago
    That's bananas!
    3 weeks ago
    Sharks reached there hierarchy of development back in the ice age.. They were a well suited design for their environment very early one..
    3 weeks ago
    If I guess the number do I win the bag of teeth?
    3 weeks ago
    Wow!
    3 weeks ago
    Therese Comeau
    3 weeks ago
    Hi guys
  • 3 weeks ago by Royal Ontario Museum

    Royal Ontario Museum
    See the sumptuous royal arts of Jodhpur, Rajasthan - opening on March 9th, 2019!
    Treasures of a Desert Kingdom: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India
    3 weeks ago
    Chantelle
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