Women's Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls

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  • Very informative....spent more time there than I thought I would. Nicely covers the history of women's suffrage movement.  more »
  • I live in Seneca Falls and having this park "right in my backyard" is really convenient. It's very well laid out and something everyone should have the experience of seeing once!  more »
  • The Women's Rights National Historical Park is actually considered a national park, and you can stamp your National Parks Passport here! As small as it is, the importance of this location is high! On ...  more »
  • A memorable stop if you care about visiting important American historical sites. The bare interior of the Wesleyan Chapel gives few hints of its historic role but stands as a splendid monument to the birth of a movement. The second-floor display in the visitors center next door is energetically eclectic, if somewhat less than comprehensive.
  • Wonderful museum. Small, but packed with so much information. Lots of exhibits, many of them interactive and appealing to visitors of all ages. The staff is welcoming and wonderful. A must-stop for anyone traveling in or around the area.
  • This historical park preserves the site of the first women's rights convention in 1848. Rangers are knowledgeable and helpful. They are also having celebrations for the National Park Service Centennial 8/25/16 and Women's Equality Day 8/26/16. I'll be there for both!
  • Full of history, or in this case herstory, a location dedicated to the suffragist movement but filled with not only that history but more concerning the rights and histories of women in america.
  • A 'MUST SEE' stop in Seneca Falls- also known as the town that was the model for 'It's a Wonderful Life' movie with Jimmy Steward. This 'Women's Rights National Historical Park' is a national park complete with rangers and is the location of the first women's right convention. A movie is presented recreating this event with Elizabeth Cade Stanton, Fredrick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony. It's great.