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Denied the same certain unalienable rights as males, women’s rights supporters organized here in 1848. This National Historic Park, established in 1980, comprises four historic Seneca Falls, NY buildings and an informative visitor center.
Admission is free and family-friendly. The small gift shop is well-appointed...More
This museum is actually a National Park. Entry is free. Allowv2 hours. 1848 marks the start of the Women’s Suffragette movement right in Seneca Falls, NY.
There’s an excellent 1/2 hour movie which you should see at the start of your visit. Very worthwhile visit
On the whole, we felt like the program here was pretty dated. Seemed like more could have been done to stress the efforts made in this area to explain why they placed the Womens Rights Monument here.
We enjoyed our visit and the Rangers were...More
This inspirational museum details various facets of the women’s rights movement throughout the years, focusing on the women’s rights convention which occurred in 1848. This is a must-see if you’re in the Finger Lakes area.
Part of our trip was to visit this site. It surpassed any expectations. the rangers were fantastic with so much information. It opened my eyes to the long fight women have been having since their inception and Declaration of Sentiments in 1838. And we have...More
This is a lovely national park with allot of history regarding the women's movements in America. It also had a nice contrast comparing the roles of European descended women vs local American Indian women as to rights and responsibilities. A good movie presentation that was...More
We stopped here with our 13 year old granddaughter. I was very happy to have the opportunity to share this experience with her. The displays were very well presented and spurred meaningful discussion. It was well worth the stop.