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Winnipeg Transit

Canadian Museum for Human Rights - The Forks

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Winnipeg Transit has 33 routes that service the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and The Forks. With stops on Main Street just outside Union Station, on William Stephenson Way, and on Israel Asper Way, getting to the Museum by bus couldn’t be easier. See below for details on our service including where to get off the bus on your way to the Museum, and where to catch your bus on your way home.

How do I get to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights by bus?
The easiest way to plan your trip to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights or The Forks is by using Navigo, our online trip planner. With Navigo you enter your start location, your destination, and the time you want to travel and Navigo will provide you with up to five trip options to meet your request. To plan your trip, visit on our Navigo on the Winnipeg Transit app.

Service into the Forks
The 38 Salter operates into The Forks seven days a week.

Leaving the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and The Forks by bus
The majority of Winnipeg Transit service leaving The Forks will be on Main Street at or near Broadway. Northbound buses will take you Downtown so that you can connect to buses to other parts of the city while Southbound buses will head to Charleswood, Crescentwood, St. Vital, Fort Garry, Fort Richmond, Windsor Park, Richmond West, Tuxedo, and Waverley West.

Service into St. Boniface can be caught on William Stephenson at Israel Asper.