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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened recently in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

by • October 7, 2014 • #ExploreMB, Cultural Immersion, Historic Places, WinnipegComments (0)1827

Human rights journeys under way in Canada’s new national museum

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened recently in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Human rights journeys are now under way in this new national museum.

Until November 9th, visitors are able to experience the Museum by participating in unique guided tours.

  • In the mornings, hour-long “Discover the Building” tours – consisting of an exploration of Museum’s architectural elements – start every 15 minutes between 10 a.m. and 11:30 p.m.
  • In the afternoons, 90-minute “Explore the Galleries” tours will take visitors through multiple galleries, and provide hands-on experiences and exploration of content. These tours start every 15 minutes between noon and 3:30 p.m.

Both tours include visits to the Israel Asper Tower of Hope and, and are offered at introductory prices of $10 for adults, $5 for children aged 7 to 17. For children under the age of 7, admission is free.

People with Museum memberships are welcome to participate in tour(s) of their choice throughout the day.

The Museum and its Boutique are already proving to be popular destinations, as is ERA Bistro. Ready to plan your human rights journey? Book your guided tour at humanrights.ca, call 1-855-985-5000, or drop by the Museum’s Ticketing and Information desk in person from 10a.m. to 5pm, Tuesday through Sunday.

Visit and be inspired.

Article sponsored by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights

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