Women’s Rights National Historic Park & Visitor’s Center

A collaboration between design competition winners Ray Kinoshita and Ann Marshall, this $8.5 million project uses site elements and building fragments to create a place of contemplation and reflection. The project was developed to create a gateway into the town of Seneca Falls, NY. The plan and the materials weave the site into the urban fabric while also marking the Wesleyan Chapel site as an important historic monument.
The Women’s Rights National Historic Park has been honored with a National Endowment for the Arts Federal Design Achievement Award as well as local and state awards.

Project Data
Client: National Park Service
Construction Cost: $8,500,000
Services: Full Architectural Services
Completed: 1993