Taking a tour is a great way to discover the Museum’s exhibitions, architecture and human rights stories. Guided tours take you through the Museum in a set amount of time and highlight key points of interest. Our free self-guided tour allows you to experience the Museum at your own pace, using an app for iOS and Android mobile devices.
- Mikinak-Keya Spirit Tour
- Explore the Galleries
- Discover the Building
- Métis Rights Tour
- Journey of Inspiration - Self-guided tour with mobile app
- Visiting with Children: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers
- Canadian Signature Experience: Exploring a Canadian Landmark
- Canoes, Colonialism and Reconciliation
Guided tours can be booked at the Museum’s Ticketing and Information desk at the Main Entrance. An iPod can also be borrowed for the self-guided tour.
Tour groups will have a maximum of 25 people, guided by a program interpreter.
People who require ASL or LSQ interpretation should contact the Museum directly at least a week in advance. Please contact education [at] humanrights.ca or 204-289-2253.
For special events or holidays, additional tours may be added.