On November 2, 2014 because of road closures in Llewellyn Park the last Glenmont House tour will be at 2pm and the grounds will be closed at 3pm.
Be sure to check out the various multimedia parts of our website!
To listen to historic Sound Recordings from the Thomas Edison NHP collection, visit this page.
Check out our photo gallery here!
We have online games, WebRanger activities, and the Edison Mental Fitness test given to potential employees, available here!
Did You Know?
Was Teddy Ruxpin the first talking doll? Think again. Some of the first phonographs that Thomas made were actually talking dolls. The dolls were 18" tall and each had a very small phonograph in its body. The dolls repeated nursery rhymes. You could even buy dolls that spoke different languages.