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Celebrate International Women's Day and Women's History Month at a National Park

Explore the influence of women in America at one of these historic sites.

This International Women's Day and throughout Women's History Month, let's honor the trailblazing women who've truly made a difference. Across the United States, National Parks and Historic Sites preserve the legacies of remarkable women who have shaped our country. Their stories inspire us to continue the fight for equality and justice for all. Here are some must-visit destinations that highlight the pivotal roles women have played in American history.

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Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument
This historic house in Washington, D.C. honors the legacy of the National Woman's Party and its founder, Alice Paul, a leading figure in the women's suffrage movement. The museum showcases the struggle for women's rights and their tireless fight for equality.

Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park
Head to Richmond, California to uncover the stories of the courageous women who kept America running during World War II. These women, often referred to as "Rosie the Riveters," were the backbone of the wartime industries, making a huge impact during the war effort.

Women’s Rights National Historical Park
Located in Seneca Falls, New York, this park commemorates the first Women's Rights Convention held in 1848. It celebrates the achievements of women's rights activists and their struggle for equality, including the drafting of the Declaration of Sentiments, a groundbreaking document in the fight for women's suffrage.

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park
Get ready to be inspired by Harriet Tubman's incredible bravery at this Maryland park, which showcases her courage and determination and honors her life and legacy. Walk in Tubman's footsteps along the Underground Railroad and discover the extraordinary lengths she went to in order to lead enslaved people to freedom.

First Ladies National Historic Site
Explore the lives of our nation’s First Ladies at this historic site in Canton, Ohio. From childhood homes to exhibits highlighting their contributions, you’ll learn about the important roles these women have played in shaping American history and culture.