My wife and I are big fans of museums. From learning about Thor in Reykjavik, to re-living the Night At The Museum in New York, we always plan a trip to head to the museum, whenever we visit a city.
This is why when The ROM invited my family and I to go see the Chihuly exhibition, I jumped at the opportunity.
When we arrived at ROM yesterday, we quickly made our way to the Chihuly exhibit. It’s on the level B-2, so if you get there early and plan accordingly you can just beeline down there to beat some of the crowd.
I didn’t know what to expect, but the moment I saw the first display, I knew I was in for a treat.
As we progressed through the exhibition, each display became more impressive than the next. My favourite one was this one which looked like something straight out of an anime.
The crowd pleaser was probably this one where we were treated to a lightshow colours and patterns.
As a photography hobbyist and fanatic, it was truly a treat to see amazing photography on display. The exceptional timing and composition of the photos were breathtaking. I know there’s a debate of “what makes a great photo?” After seeing the works of the finalists, there’s no question in my mind that their really can be a separation between a good shot, from a great shot.
As photos were not allowed at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibit I can’t post anything here. But this is all the more reason to head to the ROM and check out the display With a Family/Dual membership, access to the CHIHULY and Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibitions are free with membership.
In the meantime, if you’ve somehow stumbled upon this post, you’re probably looking for coupon code for a ROM membership. Well you can use the code: ‘HOLIDAY’ before December 31st and save $20 on the Family/Dual Membership (Visit rom.on.ca/membership and enter the code.)
Stay tuned as I will be running a contest for a FREE Family/Dual Membership!