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Explore the Museum from home

Join Museum guides for virtual tours of our exhibits and architecture. Discover our many special online experiences.

A smiling woman being filmed by a cell phone. Her image is visible on the phone's screen.

Photo: CMHR, Scott Gillam


Closed Today

  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Wednesday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Thursday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Friday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
  • Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.


General admission tickets provide unlimited same-day access. See admission details

  • Adult (18-64 years)$12
  • Youth (7-17 years)$5
  • Post-Secondary Student (with ID)$10
  • Senior (65+ with ID)$10
  • Children (6 and under)Free
  • MemberFree


Join the ever-changing world of human rights.

With over 7,000 hours of content updated multiple times a year, each visit offers something new. Membership provides almost limitless opportunities to immerse yourself in the world of human rights.

Everyone should have access to human rights.

We are committed to ensuring that the Museum is accessible for all. From the way you enter the building to the way you interact with exhibits, we’ve designed the experience to be inclusive and accessible for everyone.

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Photo: CMHR, Ian McCausland

Mobile App Self-Guided Tour

We offer a fully accessible self‐guided Museum tour through our free mobile app. You can use the Museum's free Wi‐Fi to download the app to your iOS or Android device, or borrow an iPod from the ticket and information desk at the main entrance.

App download links

  • Download on the App Store
  • Get it on Google Play
A hand holds up a mobile phone. On the phone are the words “Floor 4” and “Breaking the Silence,” and a person speaking using sign language. In the background, Museum visitors are looking at a large rectangular table with a touchscreen.

Photo: CMHR, Aaron Cohen

Reference Centre

The Carte International Reference Centre is devoted to collecting and providing access to resources that support human rights learning and research. We serve the general public, school groups, visiting scholars and academics, and the global human rights community.

A room containing books on bookshelves, a reference desk with a computer workstation and worktables.

Photo: CMHR, Stephen Carney

ERA Bistro

The Museum's ERA Bistro, located on the ground floor, is a gathering place for meals, sharing and reflection. ERA hosts a contemporary and fresh menu with an emphasis on locally sourced, Certified Fair Trade and sustainable products. Whether you need event catering or a place to sit and reflect after a day of insight, ERA Bistro can accommodate.

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Photo: Brian Gould