The restored home of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and her family, where they have lived for 15 years.
During that time, Stanton, an abolitionist, social activist, writer, a pioneer in the women’s suffrage movement, and the principal author of the Declaration of Sentiments, turned her house into an incubator of the Women’s Suffrage Movement, or as she called it – Center of the Rebellion. In that house, she helped to organize the first Women’s Right Convention of 1848.
Today, the Elizabeth Cady Stanton House serves as a museum as part of the Women’s Rights National Historical Park at Seneca Falls.
Visit this place to learn about the history of the Women’s Suffrage Movement through the personal story of one of its leaders, and the way of living of Stanton and her family.