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- Venue: Royal Ontario Museum
- Categories: Exhibits, Museums & Zoos
- Ticket Info: (Includes general admission) $31 adults, $24 seniors and students, $18 kids; free for ages 0–3
This exhibit at the ROM includes more than 200 works spanning 100+ years of Winnie-the-Pooh history, from 1914 to the present. It includes a WWI diary, original illustrations, letters, and proofs between writers A.A. Milne and artist E.H. Shepard.
The Hundred Acre Wood will be brought to life through interactive games, large-scale installations and imagery, and areas for reading and play.
The exhibit also explores the real-life story that inspired the tales of the lovable bear: a young female black bear named Winnie and her companion, veterinarian and Royal Canadian Army lieutenant Harry Colebourn.
Admission is limited and time-ticketed; buy your tickets online to book a time slot for your visit.
This exhibit originally opened in March and closed shortly after due to the pandemic. It been retrofitted to accommodate new ROM health and safety measures.