Explore the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton

Explore The Shrine

Whether you're interested in history, the outdoors, or simply something inspirational, The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton offers a breadth of experiences to discover—some reflective, some intriguing, others inspiring, but all deeply rewarding. Take time to explore the grounds and visit the sites of interest, each one a symbol of Elizabeth Ann Seton's amazing life and legacy of service and love.

Seton Shrine Museum

Browse the exhibits and learn about the life and legacy of Elizabeth Ann Seton. A good place to begin your visit.

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The Basilica

Awe-inspiring and amazing are a few words people have used to describe the Basilica.

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Living History

Step back in time to the year 1818 at St. Joseph’s Academy, and engage with our living history interpreters, including our Junior History Interpreters who portrays real students from Mother Seton’s time.

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The Stone Farm House

Step back in time while you tour the Stone House, which was originally built in the mid 1700s.

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Historic St. Joseph's House

This historic house was built in 1810 when Elizabeth Ann Seton realized the Stone House wasn’t enough for all that she had in mind.

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St. Joseph's Cemetery

St. Joseph Cemetery

In 1809, Elizabeth Ann Seton and her companions took a walk through the dense woods on their property to select a site for a cemetery.

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