Discover How Five Women Changed the World
In 1848 Elizabeth Cady Stanton and four other women invited the public to the First Women's Rights Convention to discuss expanding the role of women in America. At the end of the two days, 100 people made a public commitment to work together to improve women’s quality of life. While women have achieved greater equality with the vote, property rights, and education, the revolution continues today.
Memorial Day Events Announced, Join us!
Join us this weekend in Waterloo for a celebration of Memorial Day.Read More
We've Gone Social! Have You Checked it Out?
Join us on Facebook. Give us a thumbs up! Keep up-to-date on the latest news.Read More
Check out this Park's Water Trail
We are planning activities for the summer on the park's adjacent waterways, check out the National Water Trail website for more information.Read More
Read the Declaration of Human Rights
The Declaration approved at the First Women's Rights Convention was just one call for equality. Eleanor Roosevelt had one too, read it here...Read More
Do You Have Your Trading Cards Yet?
Come by the visitor center and get yours today, or check them out online and print.Read More
What's the Sunflower got to do with it!
Elizabeth Cady Stanton used the sunflower as a psuedonym, find out more about her here...Read More
The Center of the Rebellion
The spring edition of the park's newsletter "The Center of the Rebellion" is hot off the presses! Find the latest park news here. Check it out!Read More
Did You Know?
Did you know when the announcement for the First Women's Rights Convention was printed in the newspaper, Lucretia Mott was the only organizer named? More...