Begin your visit to Women's Rights National Historical Park with information, exhibits, and our park bookstore.
Learn about the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, the setting for the 1848 Women's Rights Convention.
See the home where Elizabeth Cady Stanton helped start a movement.
Visit the home of Mary Ann and Thomas M'Clintock, radical Quakers who believed in the equality of all people.
The home of Jane and Richard Hunt, and the setting for the tea party that inspired the 1848 Women's Rights Convention.
Take in the words of the Declaration of Sentiments, carved on the water wall outside the Visitor Center.
Last updated: March 23, 2023
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