Its amazing to be able to stand in the very spot that a movement in history took off. In Seneca Falls, you get the chance to stand in several spots that qualify.
The Wesleyan Church that played host to the Women's Suffrage movement is in tact (after being a slew of things through the years--including a roller rink). There is a small museum with an incredible set of bronze statues to greet arriving visitors. Also close by is Elizabeth Cady Stanton Park, and her home, which is an open, free historical site.
For women, this should be hallowed ground, and for me it felt like it was. I was moved by the spaces, the informative National Parks ranger and the idea that what started there is still moving around the world.
This is a great place to visit, it is all free and I can't imagine a single girl scout, mother/daughter, or girls weekend that wouldn't be improved with the addition of the Women's Rights National Historic Park.
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