Our 2013 Free Outdoor tour program has concluded for the season.

CMHR interpretive guide Javier Torres is ready to take visitors on a fascinating tour.CMHR interpretive guide Javier Torres is ready to take visitors on a fascinating tour.

 

Our 2013 Free Outdoor tour program has concluded for the season.

 

Rights Around Us

Rights are responsibilities we all share. Everywhere you look there is a human rights story. Join us at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights for an inspiring outdoor tour.

When are the tours offered?
Tours are available Saturdays at 1:30 PM in English and 3:30 PM in French up to and including October 12.

Where do the tours start?
Tours start at Via Rail Union Station, 123 Main Street.

What language are the tours available in?
Tours are offered in French and English. ASL interpretation is available upon request.

Do I need to make a reservation?
There is no need to book a tour. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment as we reserve the right to limit tour sizes. Group tours for five or more people can be arranged at a special time. Contact us for more information.

CMHR summer interpretive guides Brigitte Savard and Javier Torres are ready to take visitors on a fascinating new tour 

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

info [at] museumforhumanrights.ca
Phone: (204) 289-2123 TTY: (204) 289-2050

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