Getting Here

Canadian Museum for Human Rights 
85 Israel Asper Way
Winnipeg MB R3C 0L5

Getting to Winnipeg

Winnipeg is accessible by land, air or rail. 


If you are driving from the U.S., Winnipeg is one hour north of the U.S. border crossing at Pembina, North Dakota. Within Canada, Winnipeg is reached by the No. 1 Trans Canada Highway, running east and west. 

Public parking is available at metered lots around the Museum. The Forks provides free parking, although this parking is often limited to three hours in duration. 

Winnipeg Transit has 33 routes that service The Forks and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. With stops on Main Street just outside Union Station, on William Stephenson Way, and on Israel Asper Way, getting to the Museum by bus couldn’t be easier.

Use Winnipeg Transit’s online trip planner, Navigo, to plan your trip to the Museum. 
For cyclists, the Museum has bike racks at the Main Entrance and the Group Entrance.


Winnipeg’s James Armstrong Richardson International Airport is about 9 km away from the Museum, with daily national and international flights. Winnipeg’s inter-city Bus Terminal is also located at the airport. The Museum is about 20 minutes away from the airport by car.


VIA Rail, Canada’s rail passenger service, travels across Canada and stops in Winnipeg. Union Station is a short distance away from the Museum.

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