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Thomas Edison National Historic Site [NJ]

The Edison National Historic Site consists of the home and laboratory of Thomas Edison, preserved as they were during the late 1800s.

The home offers tours, artifacts, and exhibits that showcase Edison's life and career.; it also offers videos for loan to educators. The website offers a biography of Edison, a history of the home, original phonograph recordings, visitor information, and a calendar of events.