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Seneca Falls is a great place to spend an afternoon, and this museum is a must-see part of a leisurely day through the quiet town.
The museum itself is quite small, but the stories of the women that line the walls are enough to keep...More
There are many inspiring women honored in this museum. It’s certainly worth a visit if you’re there in the Seneca falls area. The museum complements the national women’s rights park well. There’s a small admission fee to view the museum.
What a wonderful tribute to women! I learned so much and am so grateful to all of their contributions: suffrage, medicine, science, technology, religion, politics, education, etc. It was amazing the influence and ideas these women have had, especially considering the many obstacles they had...More
I wish we'd had more time to explore this site and the related attractions in Seneca Falls. As it was, we had a lovely stop on our road-trip. Very exciting for those of us interested in the history, tolerated by the teen boy in our...More
This is a small, but mighty museum. Stop in and take the time to read about the movers and shakers past and present. Guys don't pass this by. Stop in and spend some time. You will likely be surprised by one or two amazing honorees.
This is a store front with lots of plaques having a photo and telling the history of the women on the plaque. It is not worth a special trip to but when you visit Seneca Falls for the Woman's Rights National Park, you should stop...More
Stopped in after the Women’s March and was pleased to see all of the pictures, posters, and factual information provided. It is quite small, but has a great touch and is worth the stop if you are interested in history/civil rights. They also sell some...More
Can’t wait to see the new museum after they move into the Seneca Knitting Mill building along the canal. They are in desperate need to expand and update the museum exhibits! As it stands now, plaques are overcrowding wall space and there is not much...More
This museum is large, interactive and full of interesting facts. You can spend hours reading about all of the amazing women in history who have made women's rights possible.The museum is also free of charge.
The National Women's Hall of Fame has an interesting concept. The main drawback is that they really don't have much in the way of exhibits. They have the plaques depicting the women who have been inducted and their accomplishments. They are moving across the river...More