Exploring a Canadian Landmark
Come to a meeting place that’s both modern and centuries-old.
Put yourself in the footsteps of someone who had crossed the land 750 years before you. Feel the uneven surface of the Tyndall stone rock that grounds the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in its prairie soil.
Let one of the Museum’s interpretive guides lead you on a half-day experience skillfully connecting you to stories about some of the people who are making or have made human rights history. Explore concepts around the rights of Indigenous peoples, rights relating to equality irrespective of race, gender or religious belief, language and labour rights, and more.
Your visit will include a gourmet lunch, served in a beautiful location beneath the Museum’s glass “cloud” which is comprised of more than 1,000 custom windows. As you eat together with your group and guide, conversation will shift to the building’s unique architecture.
To keep the importance of human rights top-of-mind, you will even take home pieces of the Museum itself – alabaster and basalt – as well as other small treats in an elegant gift box. This limited-edition item has been made exclusively for the Museum as a memento of your visit.
Available any day of the week; start time is 10:30 a.m.
This signature experience, which takes approximately 3.5 hours, must be booked at least five days in advance.
Group size can range from a minimum of six to a maximum of 24 people. $97 per person.
Contact us at tours [at] humanrights.ca or call us at 204-289-2238 to reserve your space.