The Women's Rights National Historical Park
Located in Seneca Falls, the Women's Rights National Historical Park offers the public at large an opportunity to trace the heritage and legacy associated with the women suffrage movement in a beautiful and spacious interactive environment. The Park includes several sites, including: the Wesleyan Chapel, the Declaration of Sentiments Waterwall, the Visitor Center, the Stanton House, the M'Clintock House and the Hunt House.
The Park is open during designated hours and is always committed to making your visit an educational life experience. Special scheduled, guided tours are available for your class or family at one of America's most important historical sites.
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The Visitor's Center
When the village of Seneca Falls moved to new offices in 1987, the Board of Trustees donated this building to the National Park Service for use as a Visitor Center. Originally Adrian H. Boyce's car dealership, erected in 1916, it featured the modern steel skeleton construction and glass curtain front wall typical of new, unconventional architecture of the period. In 1927, the village of Seneca Falls acquired it, remodeling the interior into municipal offices. Now exhibits, statues, video interactives, an orientation film, and ranger-led programs give visitors from around the world an opportunity to learn about the conditions leading to the 1848 First Women's Rights Convention and its aftermath.