WINNIPEG — Leave your wallet at home for this museum visit.
Leading up to Canada’s 150th birthday, the Canadian Museum for Human Rights is waiving admission on Wednesday, September 7.
From 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., visitors can tour the museum for free.
Interpretive guides will be on hand in four galleries to connect some of the museum’s human rights exhibits to Canada 150 themes of diversity and inclusion, youth, the environment, and reconciliation.
Those visitors who share their experience on social media using the #Canada150 and #AtCMHR hashtags will be eligible for a prize pack including a museum membership and merchandise.
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