ROM Celebrates 100 Years!

The Royal Ontario Museum celebrated its Centennial today (March 19, 2014) by announcing bold plans that will transform how the ROM welcomes and interacts with its visitors. The $15M Love the ROM Centennial Campaign aims to transform the Museum experience inside and out – from the moment you step onto the ROM Plaza to how you discover and interact with their world-renowned collections and leading experts. Future plans include a new entrance, biodiversity gardens and outdoor performance space and an innovative new Gallery of Early Life.

Interesting ROM Facts:
-The ROM is Canada’s largest museum of natural history and world cultures and one of North America’s great museums.
-The ROM contains more than six million objects in its collections and features over 30 galleries showcasing art, archaeology and natural science.
-March 19, 2014 has been declared Royal Ontario Museum Centennial Day in Toronto.
-Originally it housed five separate museums; the Royal Ontario of Museums of Archeology, Palaeontology, Mineralogy, Zoology and Geology.

To support the Love the ROM Centennial Campaign, visit