The park consists of four historical properties and a state-of-the-art visitor's center. Start at the visitor's center where you can view our inspirational film and exhibits. Continue to the Wesleyan Chapel and imagine being a participant at the first women's rights convention. Take a tour of the Elizabeth Cady Stanton home where she raised seven children and did extensive networking to create a reform movement. In nearby Waterloo, the restored home of Thomas and Mary Ann M'Clintock is open to the public during the summer. Site of the planing for the first women's rights convention, the M'Clintock House contains exhibits about the family's Quaker faith and their work in anti-slavery and women's rights. The home of Richard and Jane Hunt is also in Waterloo. It is open to the public only on special occasions.