Travelling exhibitions

The Museum offers a variety of travelling exhibitions on a wide range of themes, sizes and price points to engage your community, classroom or organization. Our goal is to bring engaging human rights experiences to as many people and places as possible sparking conversation and inspiring engagement with important issues, events, people and stories.

Travelling exhibitions listing

Our Canada, My Story

Uplifting, contemporary stories of seven remarkable people invite visitors to make connections that challenge perceptions, celebrate diversity and consider what links us all as Canadians.

A museum display consisting of curved couches, video screens, and larger-than-life photos of diverse people.

The Witness Blanket

The Witness Blanket is a powerful art installation created by master carver Carey Newman to recognize the atrocities of the residential school era, honour the children and symbolize ongoing reconciliation.

Right view of a structure of vertical wood panels covered in patterns of images, with a white wooden door at the centre.