A Night at the Museum

Culinary delights and human rights

Wednesday, June 12th, 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. seatings

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Two smiling couples standing together and posing for a photo in the Museum's tower. Partially obscured.

Photo: Aaron Cohen, CMHR

Event details

$135 includes dinner, $195 includes dinner and signature drink at each stop
Various locations in the Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Language and Accessibility:
This event is offered primarily in English. Our building strives to be accessible to all.

Enjoy an exquisite dinner served in a special way. The evening’s Chef de cuisine will be WOW Hospitality’s Chinnie Ramos. WOW are the exclusive inhouse catering team for the Museum events, as well as the culinary experts behind the Museum’s Bistro. The menu features four courses, which will be served at four iconic spots as they move throughout the Museum’s magnificent spaces. 

Museum guides will accompany participants and give insight on the amazing architecture and its meaning. The chef will also meet diners and speak to the ingredients and ideas behind the experience.

Come early! Tickets include the chance to visit our new blockbuster exhibition, Beyond the Beat: Music of Resistance and Change, for a half‐hour before your scheduled journey begins.

Join us for this unique experience. Tickets are limited – buy yours now!


Bonnie & John Buhler Hall, Level 1

  • Prairie bison carpaccio toast point with truffle aioli and tomato jam
  • Manitoba beetroot fritter with horseradish and dill yogurt
  • Digby Bay scallop crudo with aguachile and grapefruit

Stuart Clark Garden of Contemplation, Level 3

  • Celery root and lobster cappuccino
  • Spinach apple and fennel salad with almonds and cider dressing

PCL and Kathy & Ross Grieve Family Terrace, Level 5

  • Barolo‐braised beef rib with wild mushroom ravioli, golden beets and basil pistou

Israel Asper Tower of Hope, Level 8

  • Mini lemon and raspberry Pavlova
  • Mini chocolate and dulce de leche tart
  • Mango and coconut verrines

Dive Deeper

Beyond the Beat: Music of Resistance and Change

February to September 2024

Music can be a powerful force for social and political change. Explore stories of artists who have used their voices and platforms to advance causes and advocate for change.

A digital illustration showing a crowd clapping and raising their hands. The background shows a pixelated green soundwave shape and blue and black graffiti-like designs with neon-coloured diagonal lines radiating out from the center.