Copyright: - US National Park Service
Edison National Historic Site
- Thomas Edison's laboratory and his residence, Glenmont, were home to the inventor from 1887 until 1931. At his "Invention Factory" he developed the phonograph, invented the movie camera, and earned 500 patents. The complex includes his chemistry lab, machine shop and library.
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Edison National Historic Site, Main Street and Lakeside Avenue
, West Orange, NJ, 07052, Phone: 973-736-0550