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National Women's Hall of Fame [NY]

The National Women's Hall of Fame honors U.S. women who have made significant contributions in government, science, philanthropy, education, athletics, the arts, business, and the humanities. The hall is located in Seneca Falls, NY, site of the 1848 Women's Rights Convention at which the struggle for women's rights within the United States officially began.

The hall offers exhibits, children's activities, and tours. School and children's groups are asked to make reservations. The hall is closed to the general public in January, although group tours may still take place with two weeks advance notice.