This ‘park’ is actually spread across five separate properties, including a pretty cool Visitors Center. The sites participating in the museum include the restored hall where the first Women’s Rights Convention was held, and the homes of figures who actively moved the abolitionist and women’s rights movements forward: Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the M’Clintock family and the Hunt family. Tours can be arranged through the center’s main office.
The Visitor’s Center itself has displays and creative tours. The ‘Dial and Discover’ tour allows you to call a park number and follow an audio tour of the center’s halls right from your phone. The ‘Burn While You Learn” map encourages you to literally walk in the footsteps of the Seneca Falls citizens who participated in the women’s rights movement. As you follow the paths recommended, the map helps you calculate miles walked and calories burned. The map can even be printed from the park’s official website, but you really shouldn’t miss the opportunity to check out the center itself, or the replica of the Declaration of Sentiments just outside.