Women's Rights National Historical Park

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The park consists of historical properties and a state of the art Visitor Center where you can view an inspirational film and exhibits. At the Wesleyan Chapel imagine being a participant at the First Women's Rights Convention. Tour the Elizabeth Cady Stanton home where she raised seven children and created a movement. The restored home of Thomas and Mary Ann M'Clintock is the site of the planning for the First Women's Rights Convention.

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Path Through History
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  • Sites Dates Hours: Visitor Center: Open year-round, Wednesday-Sunday: 9am-5pm
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