Category Archives: Tour Attractions

Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park

Rosie the Riveter National Historical Park Many faces, many stories, many truths weave a complex tapestry of myths and realities from this time of opportunity and loss. Welcome to the Rosie the Riveter National Historic Park, the   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Rosie the Riveter NPS (@rosietheriveternps) on Aug…
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Sacajawea Statue

Sacajawea Statue  “Erected by the women of the United States in memory of the only woman in the Lewis & Clark expedition, and in honor of the pioneer mother of Oregon.” - NPS In Portland Oregon's Washington Park you will find a sort of Women's History hidden gem, a bronzed statue of Sacajawea. This bronze…
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Alice Paul Institute

Alice Paul Institute  As the Alice Paul Institute, Paulsdale now serves a unique mission as a women’s heritage and girls’ leadership development center. The Alice Paul Institute, headquartered at historic Paulsdale in Mount Laurel Township, New Jersey, stands as a living monument to Alice Paul's memory. Alice Paul was a major leader in the women's…
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Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site

Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site "The greatest thing I have learned is how good it is to come home again." Eleanor Roosevelt Welcome to the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, the site of Eleanor's beloved Val-Kill cottage home in Hyde Park, NYC. This site was established by congress in 1977 to commemorate the life and…
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Women’s Rights National Historical Park

Women’s Rights National Historical Park Located in Seneca Falls, New York, you will find the Women's Rights National Historical Park. This park holds several different educational and historic buildings that help enlighten and educate guests on women's rights and the path that got us to where we are today. Your group will be able to…
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National Women’s Hall of Fame

National Women's Hall of Fame This esteemed group grows ... as women continue to influence and shape the arts, athletics, business, education, government, humanities, philanthropy, and science. Welcome to the National Women's Hall of Fame, the cultural institute in Seneca Falls New York that is dedicated to America's finest, most accomplished women throughout history. First…
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton House

Elizabeth Cady Stanton House “The general discontent I felt with women’s portion as wife, mother, housekeeper, physician, and spiritual guide, the chaotic conditions into which everything fell without constant supervision, impressed me with a strange feeling that some active measures should be taken to remedy the wrongs…of women.” - Elizabeth Cady Stanton The Elizabeth Cady…
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Maria Mitchell House

Maria Mitchell House The Maria Mitchell House, located in Nantucket, is a part of the Maria Mitchell Association, a collection of educational and historic facilities throughout the area. Maria Mitchell was an astronomer, librarian, naturalist, and educator, known most commonly as America's first professional female astronomer. Maria was born in 1818, an avid learner from…
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Prudence Crandall Museum

Prudence Crandall Museum Welcome to the Prudence Crandall Museum, a memorial center for the Nation's first Academy for African-American young women. Sometimes called the Elisha Payne House, this historic house museum is the site of the first higher education academy for African Amerian young women and girls in New England, founded by Prudence Crandall in…
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Lowell National Historical Park

Lowell National Historical Park All was expectancy. Changes were coming…nobody could guess what.  – Lucy Larcom Welcome to Lowell National Historical Park, the series of the 1800s based textile mills in Lowell (45 minutes from Boston) and the waterways that powered them. This national historic site holds canalside walks and interactive displays that help guests…
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