For Visitors with Disabilities
Thomas Edison National Historical Park welcomes all visitors and strives to ensure that its exhibits, programs, and facilities are accessible to everyone. Rangers are available to assist during your visit. Check in at the Building 1 Visitor Center. If you need special assistance please contact us at least two weeks in advance by calling (973) 736-0550.
Fully trained service animals are permitted throughout the park.
Visual and audible fire alarms are installed in all buildings.
For visitors using wheelchairs or with mobility impairments
For visitors with hearing loss
The audio tour at the Laboratory Complex is T-coil compatible. Neckloops are available.
Written transcripts of the audio tour are available for loan.
FM assistive listening devices are available (headsets and neckloops).
Films are open captioned.
A sign language interpreter can be provided with 2 weeks advance notice.
Transcript of Glenmont Estate cell phone audio tour is available on the website.
For visitors with visual impairments
- An audio tour is available at the Laboratory Complex (a general tour and a family tour.) It is available in English, Spanish, German and Japanese.
- Written transcripts of exhibit panels are available for loan in large print.
- Audio versions of some brochures are available.
- Touch stations are located in Building 5, the main laboratory building.
- A Ranger can provide a descriptive and tactile tour with 2 weeks advance notice.
- Over 20 cell phone audio tour stops describe Glenmont Estate buildings and grounds. Audio is available on website.