With 5 museums and loads of history to explore there is so much to do during your visit!

Seneca Falls Tourism Center and Museum

We are located on 89 Fall St in Seneca Falls! We have three floors to explore.

The top floor, and the floor you enter from the street, has visitor information, a gift shop, and museum exhibits surrounding the history of the waterways.

The second floor has the history of all of the industries that were in our area. This includes manufacturers like Gould’s Pumps, the Seneca Knitting Mill, and more (We even made school supplies at one point)!

The ground floor has a small fireman’s exhibit, as well as public restrooms and direct access to the Cayuga-Seneca Canal behind us.

The National Women’s Hall of Fame

The National Women’s Hall of Fame is located on 1 Canal St, on the first floor of the Seneca Knitting Mill!

They are open 11a-4p every day except Wednesday.

It’s A Wonderful Life Museum

The It’s A Wonderful Life Museum is temporarily located at 76 Fall St. They are home to all things IAWL, and they put on a festival in December each year.

Their hours are Tuesday-Saturday 11a-4p, and Sunday 10a-3p.

Women’s Rights National Historical Park

The Women’s Rights National Historical Park (unrelated to the National Women’s Hall of Fame), is located at 136 Fall St. There are several locations that are part of the park, including the Wesleyan Chapel, the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Home, the Visitor Center, the M’Clintock house in Waterloo, and more.

The hours vary for each location, but the visitor center is open 9a-5p daily.

Seneca Falls Historical Society

The Seneca Falls Historical Society serves to provide educational resources for anyone who may be interested in history of the area. There you can access their museum, archives, and collections, as well their educational programming and tours! They are located on 55 Cayuga St.

The hours for the historical society are 9a-4p Monday through Friday.



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