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Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument

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While not as grand as the Folger Library, the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument holds more history in its simpler bricks. It has been the seat of the National Women’s Party since 1929 and contains exhibits about suffrage and the campaign for the Equal Rights Amendment. It was just taken over by the National Park Service at the end of 2016, after being made an official National Monument. It remains to be seen what changes the NPS will make.


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Location
144B Constitution Ave NE
Washington, D.C.
Capitol Hill
Union Station

Hours
Wed-Sun 9am-5pm

Price
Free

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