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
For visitors with visual impairments
Did You Know?
Did you know that Thomas Edison worked on electric car batteries in the early 1900s? He thought it would be the car of the future. His wife's favorite car to drive was a Detroit Electric. Today, Thomas Edison National Historical Park has three electric cars dating from 1908 to 1914.