Location of the Museum

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is located in the heart of downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada at the Forks of the historic Red and Assiniboine Rivers. The Forks National Historic Site has been a meeting place for thousands of years, as a North American centre of immigration, trade, and commerce and as the place where First Nations People came together to resolve conflict and live together in peace.

It has been strategically located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where some of Canada's greatest human rights triumphs in the areas of First Nation and Métis rights, women's rights, French language rights, and labour rights have been fought and won.

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights will be the first national museum in Canada's history to be located outside the National Capital Region.

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An overhead computer rendering of the Museum once all construction and landscaping are complete.

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights will be the first national museum in Canada's history to be located outside the National Capital Region.