The outside view of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg is mesmerizing as is its interior. The museum explores the subject of human rights to promote the common people’s understanding of human rights.
The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is a national museum located adjacent to another historical site, The Forks in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The Forks, for around 6000 years, has been the meeting and trading venue for early Aboriginal followed by European fur traders, Métis buffalo hunters, Scottish sellers, riverboat workers and over tens of thousands of immigrants. Located at the confluence of Red River and Assiniboine River, The Forks gained the status of National Historic Site of Canada in 1974 and became a popular attraction. Here you can also see several archaeological digs that depict the arrival of early Aboriginal groups here around 6000 years ago.
If you pass by Winnipeg, you will find plenty of reasons to extend your stay and explore the area. If you do, don’t forget to check our recommended stays below.
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