Canadian Museum for Human Rights Guided Tours
Take a guided tour led by interpreters who know the Museum inside and out. All tours can also be booked for private groups by contacting us at least two weeks in advance.
EXPLORE THE GALLERIES
The Explore the Galleries tour takes you on a unique journey through a selection of galleries and exhibits, connecting you with compelling human rights stories. On this tour, you’ll learn what the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is all about.
DISCOVER THE BUILDING
The Discover the Building tour leads you through the amazing encounter between architecture and human rights. On this tour, you will explore the building and learn about its inspiring spaces and how they are used, its environmental design features and its stunning alabaster ramps.
WOMEN'S RIGHTS TOUR
This tour focuses on the dynamic history of women’s rights and explores the most pivotal issues affecting women today. Explore familiar and lesser-known stories of women in Canada and around the world and discuss their contributions towards gender equality.
METIS RIGHTS TOUR
Manitoba is the heart of the homeland of the Métis people. This tour explores how the Métis have influenced Canada’s human rights journey.
INDIGENOUS RIGHTS TOUR
This tour, developed in keeping with the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, explores the connections between contemporary issues and historic violations of Indigenous rights.