The Canadian Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg is the first museum solely dedicated to the evolution, celebration and future of human rights. Now you can experience the Museum online with a virtual tour through the galleries with one of the guides. Get the mobile app and take the audio tour; learn about the exhibits and amazing architecture.

You’ll see:

  • the 360-degree “basket” theatre adorned with 13 spirit panels inspired by the visions of Indigenous youth
  • an 800-year-old moccasin print and the glowing alabaster rampways
  • the “Lights of Inclusion” floor projection
  • an exhibit devoted to human rights defender Viola Desmond

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