THOMAS EDISON DEPOT MUSEUM

Thomas Edison Depot Museum  Waterfront
810-982-0891
510 Thomas Edison Pkwy. Port Huron, MI 48060
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Thomas Alva Edison, inventor or the incandescent light bulb, lived in Port Huron as an adolescent.  Visit this interactive museum on the waterfront for a hands-on experience of Thomas Edison’s inventions and experiments.  

It is housed inside the historic Fort Gratiot depot built in 1858 by the Grand Trunk Railway, and is the actual depot that Thomas Edison worked out of as a news butcher between 1859 and 1863.

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Waterfront - Indicates Waterfront Location

TOLL FREE: 800-852-4242  LOCAL: 810-987-8687

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