We were in this area for a work trip with my small children. I had no idea how close we were to Seneca Falls. I am such a women's history nerd that my heart jumped when I realized how close we were and decided to check it out. I was hoping for some sort of monument or plaque, but they have a really well-done national historical park honoring the entire women's movement. The rangers were so friendly and great with my kids - the young ranger badges were a hit! While the movie is a bit on the dates side, the message remains as important today as always. The upstairs is well done and interactive (great primary sources too!!) and I appreciated their work preserving the Wesleyan church where the convention was held and the Stanton house. Both are worth a visit. All in all, I was so impressed that the National Parks have preserved this story so well!
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