Enjoy two great ROM Special Offers!

Save 15% off ROM admission and select one-year memberships*

Buy your tickets or new membership online and enter promo code: PROFUSION

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* Offers valid until April 18, 2022. Membership offer valid on select new one-year ROM Family, ROM Dual or ROM Individual memberships. Offers cannot be combined with other discounts and offers. Valid for online and onsite purchases.

Breaking the Frame

On view now through January 16, 2022

Experience the unexpected in the North American debut of Breaking the Frame, featuring one of the earliest photographs taken by a female artist, unusual subject matter from the biggest names in photography, and portrait from photo studios in West Africa and India. Explore more than 90 original and vintage prints from the Solander collection that inspire new and unconventional approaches to photo history.

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Image credit:
A Bride Dances, around 1937. Vintage gelatin silver print. Emilio Amero, Mexico (1901 – 1976). Emilio Amero Estate, Courtesy of the Solander Collection.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year

On view November 20, 2021, through April 18, 2022

All-new photographs from around the world reveal striking wildlife, breathtaking landscapes, and the remarkable beauty and rich multiplicity of our natural world.

The longest-running and most prestigious nature photography competition in the world returns to ROM for the ninth year in a row featuring stunning images that 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. 

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Image credit:
Lynx on the threshold © Sergio Marijuán

Wildlife Photographer of the Year with Mark Peck - Presented by the Royal Ontario Museum

November 18 (Times in EST) 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
Returning for its 9th year to the ROM, Mark discusses the ongoing appeal of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition centred around the world’s longest running and most prestigious nature photography competition. Drawing on his extensive research on birds and skill as a photographer, he explores the balance of knowledge needed to capture the natural world with the ethical challenges of photography.

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Wildlife Photography and Bat Research with Dr. Burton Lim - Presented by the Royal Ontario Museum

November 17 (Times in EST) 3:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m.
From his specialty in bats to the largest of whales, Dr. Lim uses photography for his research and to document species diversity in his fieldwork for the ROM. Come with Burton to caves and other ecosystems in the dark of night where he will shed some light on the unique challenges of photographing bats in their native habitats. Get inspiration from a professional for what it takes to be the next Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

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