CMHR offering two-day summer tickets

The Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) is making some changes this summer to encourage visitors to take in the full range of exhibits.Jacques Lavergne, CMHR’s vice-president of visitor experience and engagement, said Thursday the museum is expanding its hours and offering new two-day tickets.“Many out-of-town visitors have told us that one day is not enough time to explore everything they want to see in the museum,” he said.
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“A two-day ticket will allow them to journey through the galleries at their leisure, with time for rest breaks, lunch and browsing in the boutique.”READ MORE: CMHR interactive exhibit earns top prize at international awards galaThe two-day tickets – which will be available as of Saturday – will be available for $30 for consecutive days, vs. a single-day price of $21.That’s not the only change to the museum’s summer programming, however.The CMHR will also be open seven days a week, including holidays, until after Labour Day, and is introducing a new schedule of gallery and architecture tours on Saturday.Special events for Doors Open Winnipeg, Asian Heritage Month, Pride Week, and more are also in the works for the summer months.WATCH: New 10 dollar bill features Canadian Museum for Human Rights