Nearby Attractions

Nestled in the heart of New York's Finger Lakes region, Seneca Falls is surrounded by rich historical, cultural, and recreational sites. Use the resources on this page to find out more about other attractions near Women's Rights National Historical Park.


In Seneca Falls

A wood-paneled dining room with antique decorations.
Seneca Falls Historical Society

Tour the 23-room Victorian mansion and learn about the people that lived there, as well as the larger history of Seneca Falls.

A canal boat sitting alongside a dock in autumn
Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor

Explore the Erie Canal system and the vibrant communities it connects. Find resources for recreation opportunities and water safety.

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Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center

Find information on visiting Seneca Falls, and visit the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry, in the same building.

A large stone building with a sign reading "National Women's Hall of Fame"
National Women's Hall of Fame

A nonprofit organization and museum dedicated to honoring and celebrating the achievements of distinguished American women.

Sunset over the canal, with benches, trees, and street lights.
Town of Seneca Falls

Information on visiting the town of Seneca Falls and surrounding areas.

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It's A Wonderful Life Museum

Learn about how Seneca Falls became the inspiration for the 1946 film "It's a Wonderful Life."

A wooden fort on a grassy hill, flying an American flag
Fort Stanwix National Monument is in Rome, New York.


Other National Park Service Sites

New York State is home to 24 units of the National Park Service, many of them located upstate. Nearby parks include:

Use the link below to learn more about nearby NPS units, or explore the entire state!



Other Attractions in Central New York

A waterfall and a stone staircase carved into a stone gorge.
New York State Parks

Discover nearby parks administered by the New York State Department of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation.

A large building with a sidewalk and nautical design
Finger Lakes Welcome Center

A welcome center on Seneca Lake, with information and visitor amenities.

A large sculpture of the "I Heart NY" logo
I Love NY

Learn about attractions across the state of New York.

A large exhibit room with a circular table in the center
New York Equal Rights Heritage Center

Visit the neighboring city of Auburn, and learn about New York's history of fighting for equal rights for all.

A statue of Frederick Douglass in front of trees.
Visit Rochester

Discover Rochester, New York, in the Finger Lakes just 50 miles west of Seneca Falls.

A city street with red brick buildings.
Visit Syracuse

Discover Syracuse, New York in the Finger Lakes, just 50 miles east of Seneca Falls.

Last updated: July 5, 2023

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