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Address: 136 Fall St, Seneca Falls, NY 13148-1517
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+1 315-568-0024
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Fri - Sun 09:00 - 17:00
Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
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Women's Rights National Historical Park tells the story of the first...

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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If you love history this is fascinating

This was an eye-opening stop. The museum is lovely with a staff who truly care about your experience of the exhibits and park. Who knew such giant steps were the result of such... read more

Reviewed 23 August 2016
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Bangor
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

This was an eye-opening stop. The museum is lovely with a staff who truly care about your experience of the exhibits and park. Who knew such giant steps were the result of such tiny women! And if you are an architecture buff, the building where the first women's rights convention was held has been restored in an extremely sympathetic manner... More 

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Hackettstown, New Jersey
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

In this year that has seen the first nomination by a major party of a woman presidential candidate, I was anxious to make this stop during our Finger Lakes vacation. I'm glad we made the stop. It is stunning to me that when my mother was born, women couldn't even vote, much less hold elective office. There was so much... More 

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Denver, CO
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Reviewed 23 August 2016 via mobile

This tiny national park, contained mostly indoors, traces the beginning of the women's suffrage (voting rights) movement in the US. It started in Seneca falls and spread throughout the country. The exhibits deal with the history from about 1850 through 1900, but contain little about the legislative efforts to obtain passage of the 19th amendment. Plan to spend about an... More 

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Thank Beekeeperjudge
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 23 helpful votes
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

We had high hopes for this park knowing the quality of national park service sites and fresh off a visit to the Susan B. Anthony house in Rochester. The orientation film is long, dated and not overly specific to the site itself. The tours of the chapel and Stanton home were brief and somewhat repetitive since the same ranger led... More 

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Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

The Park Ranger knew a lot about the people and places and gave a great tour. The sites are a little spread out but worth travelling to see each one. The homes were very well preserved.

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Thank Markishala C
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Reviewed 19 August 2016

It's crazy to think that women have had the right to vote for less than a century in this country. Visiting this National Parks Site is a good way to remember that it took a lot of time, dedication and sacrifice to get the right to vote. It is worth a visit if you have an hour or two. I... More 

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Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

This museum marks the significance of the women's suffrage movement and is an important part of US history. It's a pleasure to visit this museum. It's part of the national parks museum and it is free. The rangers are very helpful. There is a documentary outlining the movement. The statues of the activists are very well done and when you... More 

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Thank Arch L
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Reviewed 15 August 2016 via mobile

This is a great way to spend a couple of hours if visiting nearby or passing through. I'm an avid National Park visitor so it was great to be able to enjoy this while I was in town for a wedding. Of course I got to learn something too! If you have 1-2 hours do not skip!

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Thank Trey J
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Reviewed 13 August 2016

having heard about seneca falls practically my entire life, i was happy to visit. they have a lot of great stuff here - the main problem is organization. You can read about the convention, you can read about aftermath of the convention, you can read about traditional jobs for women vs men, clothing restrictions, etc. All very interesting, but the... More 

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Reviewed 13 August 2016

The NPS seems to always do it great job with everything plus being very helpful and friendly. Had very interesting monies short as well

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