All tourism activities will be conducted in English only.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights will take you on a journey of education and inspiration unlike anything you’ve experienced before.
Taking a guided tour is a great way to find out more about the Museum’s innovative exhibitions, human rights stories and this architectural marvel! Our guided tours are offered six days a week in a 60-minute express tour or a 90-minute journey.
Take the Explore the Galleries tour to connect with compelling human rights stories and discover what the Museum is all about. Our interpretive guides offer a fascinating journey through a selection of galleries and exhibits. You’ll find out how your rights are protected and be inspired by stories of courage and action. After the tour, take time to explore on your own and visit the Israel Asper Tower of Hope.
Join Dr. Frank Albo, academic inspiration behind The Hermetic Code, for an unforgettable tour of magic, mystery and architectural wonder. Meet inside the Manitoba Legislative Building and begin to unlock mysteries of Canada’s most unique architectural landmark.
Dr. Albo will take you along step-by-step to reveal a trail of occult clues concealed in the building’s architecture including: hidden hieroglyphic inscriptions, numerological codes, and Freemasonic symbols so intelligently masked they have escaped historians and visitors for nearly a hundred years!
The Winnipeg Art Gallery holds the world’s largest collection of contemporary Inuit art. Amassed over the last 60 years, this amazing collection of over 13,000 carvings, drawings, prints, textiles, and new media is matched by an outstanding record of 160 exhibitions and 60 publications. To celebrate the art, culture, and land of the Inuit, and to celebrate the people who have created these works, the WAG is building an Inuit Art Centre, the first of its kind in the world.
This exhibition outlines key aspects of the project: designing an international centre, the vision for the Inuit Art Centre, and the history of Inuit art at the WAG.
Set sail on a thrilling voyage of excitement and discovery at The Manitoba Museum. Only here can you travel through time to the roaring 20′s, explore a 17th century ship, and view treasures from around the world.
There is always something new to experience. An ever-changing variety of touring and specialty exhibits are a fantastic compliment to our nine permanent galleries. Watch a polar bear savour his kill under the Northern Lights in our Arctic/Sub-Arctic Gallery, or enjoy the beauty of a pristine Boreal Forest as it appeared hundreds of years ago.