Field Trips

The field trips listed below are available every day. To make reservations for a field trip, please e-mail Education Rangers, or call 315-568-2991, ext. 3003.

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  • Women's Rights National Historical Park

    Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Women’s Rights (Middle School Field Trip)

    Elizabeth Cady Stanton & Women’s Rights (Middle School Field Trip)

    The Seneca Falls Convention was the First Women’s Rights convention held anywhere. It signified the beginning of the Women’s Rights Movement. The class will visit the Wesleyan Chapel, site of the Seneca Falls Convention and learn how what started there continues to this day. The class will also tour the Elizabeth Cady Stanton, where she helped lead the women’s rights movement while raising her family of seven children.

  • Women's Rights National Historical Park

    The Seneca Falls Convention and Women's Rights (Elementary School Field Trip)

    The Seneca Falls  Convention and Women's Rights (Elementary School Field Trip)

    The Seneca Falls Convention was the First Women’s Rights convention held anywhere. It signified the beginning of the Women’s Rights Movement. The class will visit the Wesleyan Chapel, site of the Seneca Falls Convention and learn how what started there continues to this day. The class will also tour the Elizabeth Cady Stanton, where she helped lead the women’s rights movement while raising her family of seven children.

  • Women's Rights National Historical Park

    The Seneca Falls Convention & Antislavery (High School Field Trip)

    The Seneca Falls Convention & Antislavery (High School Field Trip)

    The Seneca Falls Convention was the First Women’s Rights convention held anywhere. It signified the beginning of the Women’s Rights Movement. It was organized by people involved in the antislavery movement. The class will visit the Wesleyan Chapel, site of the Seneca Falls Convention and learn how what started there continues to this day. The class will also tour the Elizabeth Cady Stanton, where she helped lead the women’s rights movement while raising her family of seven children.