Women’s Rights National Historical Park

The Women’s Rights National Historical Park is located in Seneca Falls, NY and stands on the property where the First Women’s Rights Convention took place. It is a small park with a visitor center & museum, a waterfall monument with the Declaration of Sentiments printed in the stone, and the Wesleyan Chapel where the convention was held.

This park tells the story of the 5 women who set out to have this convention. Even though it took years after this convention was held for any real change to be made, their determination and bravery is what is most remembered.

Overall we felt that this park was slightly outdated. The museum and exhibits at the Visitor Center stops the timeline of Women in History somewhere in the early 90’s. Many other accomplishments have been made since then, it would be great if this park could get an update and become more modernized.

Learn more about Women's Rights National Historical Park: https://www.nps.gov/wori/index.htm