WINNIPEG — All 11 galleries at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights are now fully open.
After a partial opening in September, the public is now able take in the complete museum experience as of Tuesday.
“Visitors will discover a truly unique museum experience — a journey of inspiration and education unlike anything else in the world,” said Gail Stephens, interim president and CEO of the CMHR.
Stephens said more than 1,000 people a day from across Canada have already taken part in guided tours and other events at the museum over the past six weeks.
Since September 27, visitor entry has been facilitated via guided tours through five galleries at a reduced admission price while work continued on exhibits. Now that all galleries are open, visitors can explore them at their own pace, or join a guided tour for an additional fee.
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