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Women's Rights National Historical Park

136 Fall St, Seneca Falls, NY 13148-1517
+1 315-568-0024
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Great National park and Free to the public!

Every woman needs to see this exhibit. It is truly inspiring. The film presentation is a must... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Constress
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Tampa, Florida
Very informative and well presented

Even if you think you know about the birth of the women's rights movement, you are still bound to... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Christopher M
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Pocono Mountains Region, Pennsylvania
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Women's Rights National Historical Park tells the story of the first Women's Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls, NY on July 19-20,1848.
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  • Average10%
  • Poor1%
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Hours Today: 09:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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136 Fall St, Seneca Falls, NY 13148-1517
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Every woman needs to see this exhibit. It is truly inspiring. The film presentation is a must! We walked to it from The Gould.

Thank Constress
Reviewed 6 days ago

Even if you think you know about the birth of the women's rights movement, you are still bound to learn more in a visit here. The displays are well done and give you a real sense of the arc of the history of this topic....More

1  Thank Christopher M
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Not really a park... one building is the chapel where the convention met in 1848 and the other is a museum dedicated to women's rights. Between them is a water wall (not sure how else to describe it) where the Declaration of Sentiments is chiseled......More

1  Thank Pineapplepalm
Reviewed 1 week ago

This national museum was very well done. It included the history of the womens right movement and the people who started it and where it is now. Many people do not know that the woman who fought the hardest in the 1920's was Alice Paul...More

Thank KarenM C
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very interesting and thorough history of the women's rights movement in the United States. The staff were very professional and eager to answer questions. Well worthwhile

2  Thank craigsearle
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Understanding how the women's rights movement began in this country-and standing in the church where it began is among the activities available to those who visit this Historic site. It is well-worth the time. The video is a bit dated but has a lot of...More

2  Thank Bryan B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

While I was able to sign a protest against corpral punishment, I believe more should be devoted to the worlds struggles with womens rights, especially in mid eastern/african/asian cultures. Also there is no representation of any maternalistic cultures where women hold the power, and thus...More

Thank ZenWomyn .
Reviewed 1 week ago

Over 200 women have been inducted which was interesting to read about. The current building is small, but was told within a year it will be re-locating. The inductees that had their information at the top of the walls was sometimes had to read due...More

Thank Diane T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This museum features the local history of the abolition movement and Underground Railroad as much as the women's suffrage movement, which makes sense as they're so intimately tied. The photos on the walls of women of all ages, ethnicities, and movements were the best part...More

Thank Lumpyspacequeen
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A great stop, so worth the time! If you have a kid with you, make sure to sign up for the Junior Park Ranger badge!

Thank Alison C
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AmySonomaCounty
20 June 2017|
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Response from SenecaWomen | Property representative |
The Park will reopen seven days a week on July 9th. There is a beautiful water wall next the visitor center in Declaration Park. We are very sorry to miss you on your visit to Seneca Falls.
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cm56
27 October 2016|
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Response from SenecaWomen | Property representative |
Women's Rights National Historical Park is open Wednesday through Sunday, hours are 9am-5pm. We look forward to your visit.
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amyclaud
15 July 2016|
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Response from SenecaWomen | Property representative |
Yes, there is the Declaration of Sentiments Water Wall in Declaration Park. The area is adjacent to the visitor center. Note that the national park is open July 18th 9 am to Noon for the closing events of Convention Days.
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