General admission tickets provide unlimited, same-day access to the Museum’s galleries. Prices may change without notice.
|Category||General Admission including Mandela: Struggle for Freedom||Mandela: Struggle for Freedom|
|Adult (18-64 years)||$21||$12|
|Youth (7-17 years)||$10||$6|
|Post-Secondary Student (with ID)||$17||$10|
|Senior (65+ with ID)||$17||$10|
|Family (up to two adults and four children/youth)||$52||$34|
|Children 6 and under||Free||Free|
To purchase tickets, please visit the Museum's Ticket and Information Desk or call us at 204-289-2227.
First Wednesday Night of the Month
The Museum offers free general admission on the first Wednesday of every month from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Please note that the exhibition Mandela: Struggle for Freedom is not included in this special offer. The Level 1 Gallery is closed to visitors on free nights.
5 after 5!
The Museum offers $5 admission on all paid Wednesday evenings from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. This is available for adult, senior, student and youth categories. Visit Mandela: Struggle for Freedom, opening June 8, 2018, for an extra $5!
Persons with disabilities may be accompanied by one attendant at no extra charge.
The Museum offers admission at no charge to Aboriginal peoples, including First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Please bring identification. Does not apply to special programs, tours or annual memberships.
Opportunity for Free Admission for Community Organizations
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is able to provide community organizations with free admission for small groups (approximately 30 individuals).
Interested organizations should review the eligibility criteria and write a letter to CMHR containing the requested information.
Letters of application should be emailed at least a month before your estimated visit date to info [at] humanrights.ca or sent by mail to the Community Access Tickets, 4th floor, 85 Israel Asper Way, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0L5.
You will receive notification from the Museum after your application is reviewed.
Groups will be provided admission on a rollover basis, e.g. if the maximum number of admissions have been handed out for a given month, your request will be considered for following month. There is no need to reapply.
The Museum reserves the right to decline applications. Requests from individuals or intended for fundraising purposes will not be considered.
This is a fabulous opportunity to provide your clients/members with a unique experience!
For information on booking a school program, see Book Your School Visit.
Have you considered becoming a member? Museum membership offers excellent value. If you plan to visit more than three times during the year, membership may be a better choice for you.
Visit the Museum, keep your receipt, become a member that same day and cost of admission will apply towards your membership.
Cultural Access Pass
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a proud partner of the Cultural Access Pass program for new Canadian citizens. For more information about the Cultural Access Pass, visit the Institute for Canadian Citizenship website.