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Edison's home is a beautiful period house. To see his library and modest furnishings is to see a man who kept his life simple while innovating the world. His laboratory is at the bottom of hill and is a fun visit as well.
We first went to tour the Edison House at Glenmont in Llewellyn Park. An ideal example of Victorian Queen Anne architecture with an intriguing story about it's first owner. A stroll through the grounds proved to be a lovely, tranquil walk. Then, at the laboratory,...More
This is an easy review, staff here is knowledgeable and friendly, parking and ease of access was great. You can tell as soon as you enter the gates it was a different place. Tour was great of the Chemical lab, and the docents and rangers...More
We stopped at this location for our children to complete their Jr Ranger badge. I had no clue what an amazing piece of history we would encounter. It was amazing to see where Thomas Edison worked and where he created and invented so many things...More
A place to learn about Thomas Edison : inventor and businessman, described as America's greatest inventor. More significant than the number of Edison's patents (>1000) was the widespread impact of his inventions in our lives: the first incandescent electric light bulb, the phonograph, the motion...More
We've lived about 15 minutes away from this park for 15+ years and finally visited! What a treat, if you love history, science or stepping back in time. What we hadn't realized before our visit, is that much of the space is just as it...More
We visited the Thomas Edison workshop. We have a NP pass to get us in free, if we would have had to pay the fee, we would have been disappointed. As it was, it was a nice way to spend about 2 hours. Several of...More
Yesterday I brought 2 of my grandchildren to this site. We were greeted warmly at the front desk by Marci who explained the set up of the factory and listed the times of the talks that were being given in the chemistry lab and phonograph...More