The ROM’s Winnie-the-Pooh Exhibit Is Returning This September

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Get excited all you Winnie-the-Pooh fans! It’s time to get excited because the bear’s exhibit is coming back to the ROM after being closed down since the beginning of March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The Winnie-The-Pooh: Exploring A Classic exhibit dives right into the creation and legacy of the characters and stories we all know and love.

The exhibit gives you the chance to view over 200 pieces of original artwork, revisions, and photos of the childhood classic — talk about nostalgia.

Join and reminisce in all of your favourite Hundred Acre Wood characters. This is a wonderful time capsule of a beautiful story that will take you back to your youth. Even if you have recently become a fan, there is something for everyone to explore. The Winnie-the-Pooh exhibit is most definitely for all ages to enjoy. 

The ROM has just recently reopened its doors to the public and has implemented many new safety precautions so everyone can enjoy their visit. Visitors must abide by social distancing protocols and wear a face mask, plus the museum has closed its coat check and lunchroom.

This awesome kid-friendly presentation will be open as of September 1 and will come to a close on January 17, 2021, so go check it out while you can.

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