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Women's Rights NHP Visitor Center
View a portion of the visitor center lobby and second floor exhibits.
Visitor Center exterior
This 1915 building was once the Village Hall for Seneca Falls, now it serves as the park's visitor center and headquarters.
Eastern National operates a gift shop in the park visitor center.
Stairway to the second floor with photos
photos and artifacts are displayed along the stairway to the second floor.
Top of the stairway
From the top of the stairs
This hand-made quilt was made in the local area by Amish women and put on display as an example of excellence.
Entrance to exhibits
Entering into the exhibit gallery between two sections - True Womanhood and Inaugeration of a Rebellion
A life-sized terracotta statue of Sojourner Truth welcomes all to the exhibit gallery. The caption reads "Ain't I a woman?"
Exhibit of a timeline of women's history events
A visitor reads a portion of the women's history timeline that runs throughout the second floor exhibit area.
Women and Work section of the exhibits
A visitor explores the section of the exhibits that focuses on women, work, and professions.
Rangers at the Information Desk
Go to the information desk and ask the rangers for help in planning your visit, to find out about program schedules, or for directions to one or all of our four historic sites in the park.
Go to the orientation area to start off your visit. Find maps and descriptions of all the park's historic sites here. Find out about local wineries and other women's history attractions.