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Thomas Edison Depot Museum, Port Huron
(4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
The Thomas Edison Depot Museum is located underneath the Blue Water Bridge connecting Port Huron, Michigan to Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. The depot is owned and operated by the Port Huron Museum and is the actual depot that inventor Thomas Edison worked out of as a news butcher between 1859 and 1863. The museum includes a restored baggage car resting on a short spur of railroad track.
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  • We had a nice guided tour through the museum. This really explains many things about Thomas and his background. 
  • Our guide Dave was a wealth of knowledge & a great guy all around. This tour depicts Thomas Edison's beginnings, his family in Port Huron & the effect he had on the community. Fascinating stuff. Try t...  more »
  • The three rating basically reflects a very neutral appraisal, based on what I could see from the outside. There were some signs around the museum giving informational tidbits. I could view the railcar...  more »
  • Cool little place to take the kids!
  • The Thomas Edison Depot Museum is the best.
  • Fun little museum
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  • But unfortunately closed interesting looks from the outside
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