Frequently Asked Questions
When will the Induction Ceremony take place?
The Induction Ceremony will be held on March 5, 2024, in New York City at Cipriani Wall Street.
Can I purchase tickets to the in-person ceremony?
The National Women’s Hall of Fame has curated sponsorship packages that include tickets and significant exposure at the ceremony and at the front and end of the broadcast. Until more details have been settled, we are not in a position to sell individual tickets. A limited number of tickets to participate in the set of the live Induction Ceremony are on sale now and can be purchased here. Please be sure to join our newsletter to receive information as it’s released.
Who will be inducted?
These extraordinary women, who will join the ranks of the 302 Hall Inductees before them, include Patricia Bath, Ruby Bridges, Elouise Cobell, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Peggy McIntosh, Judith Plaskow, Loretta Ross, Sandy Stone, Anna Wessels Williams, and Serena Williams.
Why are you moving the ceremony to NYC?
The Hall is proud of our roots and home in Seneca Falls, NY and will showcase the rich history and beauty of the region throughout the broadcast. Please read our Open Letter to our Seneca Falls community.
Fun fact! The 1976 Induction took place at Carnegie Hall in New York City!