This national museum in Winnipeg offers both venues and visitor experiences that will make a meaningful impression.
Both the inside and exterior of the building were designed to evoke a powerful response; human rights symbolism is incorporated into every structural element. Its unique architecture has attracted international attention and won awards from around the world. There are remarkable rental spaces and amenities available to suit a variety of situations including meetings, professional events, receptions and gala dinners. A fully wired board room, meeting rooms, classrooms and gathering spaces capable of many configurations are at-the-ready to meet and exceed your needs.
The hundreds of stories told within it relay the importance of rights for all, and the difference that individuals can and have made. Consider arranging private group tours, or incorporating an ethical shopping experience at the Boutique into your guests’ itinerary.
“One of the incredible things about hosting an activity at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is that our team can work together with organizers to tailor relevant experiences into the fabric of events, engaging guests in a multilayered, truly unique way,” explains the Museum’s Vice-President, Visitor Experience and Engagement, Jacques Lavergne.
“And, that experience can be delivered in either English or French.”
The Bistro and catering operation feature globally-inspired, locally-influenced cuisine created, whenever possible, from locally source fare. And, catering menus can be customized to satiate any palate.
Located at The Forks in downtown Winnipeg, the area that has been a historic meeting place for thousands of years. Within walking distance to Winnipeg’s largest convention hotels and the RBC Convention Centre Winnipeg, the Museum is literally at the centre of it all.
Contact the facility rental experts at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. This is the right time to give your guests an experience at the rights place.