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Canada's new national museum is a unique exploration of the importance of human rights. Interactive digital technology, video, film and art are designed to educate and inspire. An unforgettable visitor experience in a stunning new architectural...more
Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
85 Israel Asper Way, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 0L5, Canada
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Allow several hours, or better yet, do it over two visits instead of cramming it all into one time. the architecture is stunning. The displays are thoughful and informative. You will learn about the darkest days of human history AND will find hope in the...More
We went to see it for the first time with our friends and it was well worth the trip. Its a beautiful building and give yourselves lots of time to explore all the displays. Lots of history ..very well done. Walk is long and uphill...More
My second time at the Museum; this time specifically to see the Mandela exhibit. The exhibit was well planned with an easy flow to see and hear and read everything. The architecture is fabulous, all the exhibits are interesting and educational. Sometimes difficult to take...More
Friends had not yet been to the museum. We invited them to come with us and use our free passes which we had because we are members. They loved the museum and bought memberships at the end of our tour. We especially liked the Mandela...More
I went to see the Nelson Mandela exhibit which is very good. The museum offers an atmosphere that is conducive to learning, and exhibits that are thought-provoking and instructive. And the architecture is spectacular. There is far too much to absorb in one visit so...More
We went for the Mandela exhibition for my first visit. The building itself is stunning and extremely educational to visit. A visit to the serenity floor is well needed and the opportunity to see all of Winnipeg in a glace is well worth the price...More
We had our fourth visit to the Canadian Human Rights Museum and it continues to amaze us. We took advantage of visiting the Mandela exhibit and learned and experienced some of what it must have been like in South Africa Appartite times.
Don't get me wrong but if there was not the free entry oncw a month I would probabli regret the money. The building is amzing and way more interresting then exhibition itself. View from the tower splended.
Really excellent place to visit. Need several hours or even whole day to really appreciate all the exhibits. New facility, very well-maintained. Friendly professional staff. Entry fee is probably somewhat of a barrier to many people. Would be nice if all Canadians can have one...More
this is a very well done museum. We saw the Nelson Mandela exhibit which was powerful. Most other displays were very well done and provocative - you could make many return visits. And the architecture is quite stunning. It's worthwhile going up to the top...More