This is a nice museum that is well worth the price. Many of the furnishings are as they were when Edison lived here as a child. What isn't either had family connections or are pieces from the period. Our tour guide, a former school teacher, was pleasant, very informative, and led a well-paced small group tour. We also enjoyed the demonstration of the Edison cylinder and disc players in the first building where you buy your tickets. Highly recommended, especially for Edison buffs.
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