Walking Tour Details

$54.95 plus tax


3 Hours

Meeting & End Location

The Forks Market (1 Forks Market Road), parking lots/street ($)

Group Size


This tour will resume in May 2023. The schedule and pricing will be released in the new year.

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Tour Guarantee

If you don’t have a great tour, let us know and we promise to make it right. We’ll not only refund your full ticket price; we’ll also purchase tickets for your next attraction (equal or lesser value).

Free Cancellations

Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund. We know plans can change, that’s why we offer one of the most generous cancellation policies in the industry.


  • Forks Market - The Forks Market is one of Winnipeg’s most popular destinations, for locals and travelers alike. It’s history as a meeting place and hub of trade goes back 6,000 years. Learn these stories and more, such as the one where the Hudson’s Bay Company gave Queen Elizabeth the gift of two live beavers!
  • Provencher Bridge - Connecting Winnipeg’s downtown to its historic St. Boniface neighbourhood, the Provencher Bridge is a stunning feat of engineering.
  • Canadian Museum for Human RightsEnjoy a private guided tour of the world’s first Human Rights Museum. You’ll discover powerful human rights stories and immersive exhibits, and interactive experiences.

Included: Professional guide, private museum tour, and entrance fees 

Not Included: Gratuities for your guide 

What to Bring: Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather as this tour is partially outside 

Walking Distance: 1.5 km with intermittent seating 



Explore the Forks & Canadian Museum for Human Rights  

See the most visited destination in Manitoba, a major market and green space known as The Forks. This historical location is where two rivers meet – Red River and Assiniboine River. Today it’s home to many public celebrations, recreation, shops, and restaurants. Enjoy a walk-through history while you learn why it’s visited by over four million people annually!

Winnipeg is home to the world’s first human rights museum—the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Take an inspiring tour through this stunning museum to explore the compelling human stories from the museum galleries including ‘Canadian Journeys’, ‘Indigenous Perspectives’, and ‘Turning Points for Humanity’. See the prom dress worn to the first integrated prom in Wilcox, Georgia and haunting masks created by former Ugandan child soldiers. Learn diverse stories of violation, survival, resistance, and resilience, of indigenous people. Explore those that inspired change for many! End the experience with a sit down to reflect and opportunity to ask questions.

Small-Group Experience 

We keep our group at 12 guests or less, so you can enjoy a wealth of conversation and connection. This allows for a more relaxed and casual experience with your guide.  

Ancestral Place 

The visitor journey begins by acknowledging great historic and contemporary significance to Indigenous Peoples. 

Story Telling 

Learn triumphant stories of human rights advocates of Canada. Understand the road they took to instill practices of today.  

Indigenous Art 

Art is a powerful way to relay messages about human rights. The Museum contains several major works of Indigenous art.


The tour guide very knowledgeable and tells all the stories well. He also does very well keeping everyone engaged. Nelly