Discover How the Fight for Civil Rights can Change the World

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.  It is a story of struggles for civil rights, human rights, and equality, global struggles that continue today.  The efforts of women’s rights leaders, abolitionists, and other 19th century reformers remind us that all people must be accepted as equals.

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Visitor Center

Start Planning Your Visit Here...

Stop at the visitor center for maps, directions, tour schedules, film and exhibits. Oh yeah, the park rangers are there too!

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Join us on Facebook. Give us a thumbs up! Keep up-to-date on the latest news.

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report of the first woman's rights convention

Read the Declaration of Sentiments!

Check out the guiding document ratified at the First Women's Rights Convention. 100 people signed it, would you?

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Currier and Ives Illustration of a woman wearing bloomers around 1852

Check out these Bloomers!

Learn more about the first pantsuit for women!

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Eleanor Roosevelt holding the Declaration of Human Rights

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...

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Earn your Junior Ranger Badge!

Become a Junior Ranger!

Explore the park and learn about women's rights! This interactive workbook can be picked up at the Visitor Center, or you can download it at home!

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Photograph of Elizabeth Cady Stanton facing right around 1890

Read Stanton's Most Famous Speech!

Elizabeth Cady Stanton can be described as a great orator. Read the speech SHE was most proud of and for which she is most remembered.

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