Alice Paul Institute
Paulsdale, also known as the Alice Paul Institute, is the birthplace of equal rights advocate Alice Stokes Paul (1885-1977). The 200-year-old house currently resides on 6.5 acres in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. Paulsdale serves as a center for celebrating women's history and leadership. The Alice Paul Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about the life and work of Alice Paul suffragist, author of the Equal Rights Amendment, founder of the National Woman's Party, and a lifelong activist for women's equality.
Tours are offered on the second Saturday of the month from March-November at noon and 1 pm. Presentations, tours, school programs, and site rentals are offered by reservation.
Facility AmenitiesBus Parking, Gift Shop, Meeting Facilities
General InformationClosest Airport: PHL
Distance from Beach: 50 mi
Guest InformationMeeting/Tour groups welcome
Payment OptionsAmerican Express, Cash, MasterCard, Personal Checks, Visa
Time To Experience Activity1 - 2 hours
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