EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN – THE ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM RE-OPENS ITS AVENUE RD. ENTRANCE

The restoration was made possible by The W. Garfield Weston Foundation & the Government of Ontario. It’s part of the Museum’s ‘Welcome Project’ and immediately became popular with the public.

The stained glass windows were originally installed in 1933.

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Upcoming plans for the ROM – a performance terrace, a new plaza, and additional landscape design elements.

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