Group reservations

Book a unique shared experience.

We offer special ticket reservations for groups of 20 or more – available with or without guided tours, in English and French.

A large crowd in a Museum gallery. Most people are looking at a display on the wall of the gallery. The display consists of a series of pictures and of long rectangular text panels placed horizontally. Partially obscured.

Photo: CMHR, Aaron Cohen

Make a group reservation

Your visit is an experience you’ll want to share with others. Thought‐provoking themed tours and special experiences can also be booked for your group’s visit.

Have a smaller group or a different idea in mind? Contact us to explore the possibilities.

To book

please fill in form

or contact us at least two weeks in advance at:
Phone: 204–289-2000 or 204–289-2238

Take a tour

Enrich your visit with a deeper look at the Museum’s inspiring human rights stories and stunning architecture. Take a guided tour led by interpreters or choose a self‐guided journey using our award‐winning mobile app.

A group of people look at a series of floor-to-ceiling glass display cases. The cases contain large text panels and smaller panels that contain images. Partially obscured.

Photo: CMHR, Ian McCausland

Host an event with a difference

The Museum was built as a gathering place. Stunning architecture, spacious galleries, world‐class accessibility standards and a central location makes it an ideal venue. Add a themed gallery tour that reflects your commitment to human rights.

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Photo: Lindsay Winter Photography

Book your school visit

Our school programs are curriculum‐based, age appropriate, inclusive and accessible. They use a diverse range of exhibits, activities and methods to enhance your students' understanding of human rights.

A group of students look at the top of an interactive table emitting white light. Partially obscured.

Photo: CMHR, Aaron Cohen