September 1, 2015


Canadian Museum for Human Rights Perimeter Tours

Canadian Museum for Human Rights Summer 2012 Perimeter Tours Construction and Architecture Tour We invite you to join us once again to learn about this remarkable project as the ground-breaking construction nears completion. The Construction and Architecture tour offers a unique opportunity to learn about the transformative construction and architecture of the iconic building that is redefining Winnipeg’s skyline. Human Rights Iconography Tour The new Human Rights Iconography tour examines the concepts of human rights, using stories from around the world. This tour will introduce visitors to the new human rights iconography, which represents 28 different human rights, and learn the connections to the building and how human rights are relevant to each and every one of us. For more information, please contact us at: e: tours@museumforhumanrights.ca t: (204) 289-2016 TTY: (204) 289-2050 The FREE guided tours start May 18th and end September 1st 2012. Tours are conducted on pavement and are accessible by wheelchair and motorized cart. The tours take place 4 times daily, Wednesday through Saturday, and are made available in both French and English. ASL interpretation is also available upon request. The tour capacity is limited, make a reservation today!

Where:

The Forks

The Forks

When:

Every first Wednesday of the month from Friday, May 18, 2012 to Saturday, September 1, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

What:

Theatre & Arts > Museums

Neighbourhood:

Centre

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