*~ GIVEAWAY CLOSED ~* CHIHULY at the ROM is a Must-See

*~ GIVEAWAY CLOSED ~* CHIHULY at the ROM is a Must-See

American sculptor Dale Chihuly creates incredibly captivating works made from glass, and if you’ve never seen his work in person, you absolutely must. It’s mind-blowing to think that from sand and fire comes glass, and Chihuly and his team turn that glass into such mesmerizing sculptures.

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the-chihuly-exhibit-at-the-rom-is-captivating-for-all-agesUntil January 2, 2017, you can visit the Royal Ontario Museum and walk through the gorgeous CHIHULY exhibit.

We visited the exhibit, and although the pictures are beautiful, this is something you need to see in person to fully appreciate.

The depth of colour and detail is incredible.

I’m positive we could have stood by each display for an hour and continued to find new details to admire. Our six-year-old son absolutely loved it, too.

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Lucky for you, I’ve got a family pass of tickets to give away! This prize is pretty awesome; it includes 2 adult tickets, 2 kids tickets, a pack of CHIHULY post cards, and a ROM Magazine — that’s a value of $100!

Enter to win (and HERE is a hint to answer the entry question!):

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Oh, and if you’re planning a visit to the ROM this weekend, don’t miss the CHIHULY-inspired Family Fundays activities! (They’re free with ROM admission.)
Disclaimer: We attended a media preview of the CHIHULY exhibit and giveaway is being provided by the Royal Ontario Museum.

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21 thoughts on “*~ GIVEAWAY CLOSED ~* CHIHULY at the ROM is a Must-See

  1. It’s been a while since I’ve been to the ROM but I know the CIBC Discovery Gallery would be a huge hit with my three girls!

  2. I am a big fan of the Patricia Harris Gallery of Textiles and Costumes and also very much into the Egypt and Rome areas too!!

  3. I’d say that my favourite would be the Gallery of Textiles and Costumes. I always find it amazing how people take take some scraps of fabric and turn them into something not only beautiful, but that tells a story in it’s own right. Thanks!

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