Fees & Reservations
Entrance Fee- $7.00
Audio Tour - $5.00
Annual Park Pass- $30.00
America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass
In January 2007, the National Park Service joined the USDA Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, and Bureau of Reclamation in the new Interagency Pass Program. This program provides pass holders access into any federal recreation site that charges an entrance or standard amenity fee; some passes also offer discounts on other fees, such as camping. Each pass admits the pass holder and passengers in a non-commercial vehicle at per vehicle fee areas and pass holder plus three adults, not to exceed four adults, at per person fee areas. (Children under 16 are admitted free.)
America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass replaced the Golden Age Passport, Golden Access and Golden Eagle Passport and Golden Eagle Hologram.
All National Park Passes, Golden Eagle, Golden Eagle Hologram, Golden Access an Golden Age Passports will continue to be honored according to the provisions of the pass. Only paper Golden Age and Access Passports my be exchanged free of charge for new plastic passes.
Interagency Senior Pass- $10.00
Interagency Annual Pass- $80.00
Interagency Access Pass- Free
Interagency Annual Military Pass- Free
· An annual pass valid for 12 months from date of purchase.
· Valid for entrance fees at other National Parks and several other federal agencies.
· Permits the card holder and three other people entrance.
· For more information go to: www.store.usgs.gov/pass/military.html
Fee Free Days 2014
Thomas Edison National Historical Park will offer free admission on the following dates:
Presidents Day weekend
National Park Week's opening weekend
National Public Lands Day
For more information on fee free days for other national parks click here
Did You Know?
Henry Hudson Holly was a famous architect known for designing Victorian style houses such as the Glenmont Estate, the home of Thomas Edison. Edison was so impressed by Holly’s work that he commissioned Holly to design his personal library in the laboratory, which is located down the street from the estate. However, Edison did not like the pace at which Holly was working, and he was eventually fired.