Take a journey of inspiration unlike any before; visit the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. It is the only Museum in the world devoted to the concept of human rights. Experience stories that underscore the importance of equality, freedom and democracy – all examined from a uniquely Canadian perspective. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first national museum built beyond the Ottawa area, and is located in Winnipeg for good reason. The city has an inspiring human rights legacy, which includes the labour rights struggle of the 1919 Winnipeg Strike, Nellie McClung’s fight for women’s right to vote and defense of French language rights.
The variety of content and programming within the Museum mean there will be something appropriate for visitors of all ages. Come visit; be inspired.
85 Israel Asper Way
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C OL5