Parks as Classrooms
Thinking of bringing your class to Women’s Rights NHP for a field trip? We can help your class make better use of our museum exhibits during their visit. Download and print our scavenger hunts for elementary, middle, and high school levels. E-mail the park’s education coordinator for answer sheets, and use the scavenger hunts to help assess your students visit to the park.
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Is Women’s Rights National Historical Park at too great a distance for your class to travel to? If you’re planning on visiting the park, how about a great idea for a pre-visit activity? Consider borrowing our Traveling Trunk! Our Traveling trunk has a study guide that uses documents, letter and diary excerpts, lithographs, reproduction clothing and other items to help your class explore.
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The park offers field trips for Elementary, Middle, and High School levels. They all explore the Wesleyan Chapel and the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House. All groups begin with a viewing of the park's orientation film "Dreams of Equality" and then view the park's exhibits and explore the First Wave Statue exhibit. For reservations, please contact Ranger David Malone at 315.568.2991 ext. 3002.