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If your into history, especially the women's rights movement in the U.S, then this place is worth a few hours of your time. Set in the middle of the city of Seneca Falls,NY the area is a nice place to stroll for an afternoon. Last...More
Made a special stop at Seneca Falls to visit the park. We were on a tight schedule and only had the afternoon to visit. The park consists of the actual Visitors Center and numerous buildings associated with the Women’s Rights movement. Must sees are the...More
This site is well worth the stop. Only about 15 minutes off 90, it’s a hidden gem. The exhibit is fairly small and simple but chocked full of important information about the event that started the women’s movement. I’m so glad we stopped; I felt...More
Well worth a stop. It is on the small side but a whole lot of information is presented. Mostly displays with pictures and text which tells the story of both the women's convention and the history of women's rights up until now. I felt I...More
Visited with a group of Raging Grannies. The woman portraying Elizabeth Candy Stanton gave an amazing speech and seemed to be living the role. An informative history of the evolution of women’s right in the USA, although a little discouraging that we still have a...More
This National Park site highlights the women’s rights/suffrage movement through storyboards and a small number of exhibits and sculptures.
It’s worth a visit if you’re nearby but the whole building can be toured in less than 90 minutes even if you read through every exhibit...More
170 years since the Women's convention held at this location. The Park Ranger and Mrs. Stanton, portrayed by a local professor, brought history to life. This park is invaluable to preserve the historical significance of the suffrage movement. The Wesleyan Chapel was once a business,...More
My family and I stopped here while vacationing near the finger lakes. Great day trip. The building is old and filled with history. The park service does an amazing job giving details about the women's suffrage and declaration of sentiments. You can even visit the...More
This is a small place but it is rich in history. Women's movement started in area in 1800s and often teamed up with anti-slavery and civil rights movements. Rangers, 25 minute movie, full floor of exhibits, and outdoor area. Well done. Allow 90 mins to...More
Both the museum and restored Wesleyan Chapel (where the first Women's Rights Convention was held in 1848) are wonderful experiences that enable appreciation for the struggle that women have endured to have equal rights in the United States.