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.


Free Tours for February!

All regularly scheduled tours including the Mikinak-Keya Spirit Tour, Explore the Galleries and Discover the Building are free with admission from February 1-28, 2018. Learn more about these tours, and find tour times by following the links below. Free tours are provided on a first come first served basis, no reservations required or permitted.

Regular tour fees will apply for all booked groups who reserve in advance. To book a tour please email tours [at] humanrights.ca.



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.​