Plan Your Visit
About Women's Rights National Historical Park
In nearby Waterloo, the restored home of Thomas and Mary Ann M'Clintock is open to the public during the summer. Site of the planning for the First Women's Rights Convention, the M'Clintock House contains exhibits about the family's Quaker faith, and their work in Anti-Slavery and Women's Rights. The home of Richard and Jane Hunt is also in Waterloo. It is open to the public only on special occasions.
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Burn While You Learn!
Download a copy of our Burn While you Learn map, or stop in and pick one up in our visitor center.
The Elizabeth Cady Stanton House, 32 Washington Street, Seneca Falls is not accessible to wheelchair users at this time.
The park orientation film Dreams of Equality, shown in the Visitor Center is open captioned.
Did You Know?
Did you know that before Susan B. Anthony campaigned for woman's suffrage, her good friend Elizabeth Cady Stanton spearheaded the First Women's Rights Convention in America? More...