Friday, June 24, 2022

Thomas Edison National Historical Park Announces Season Opening of Edison's Home Glenmont Along with Online Reservations for House Tours

Thomas Edison National Historical Park announces Edison's home, Glenmont, will open for the season on July 1, 2022

New this year, visitors to Glenmont will be able to reserve tickets for specific tour times up to 7 days in advance through

Beginning Thursday, June 23, 2022, tickets will be available for tours on Friday July 1, 2022.

Important information to know about scheduling tickets:

  • Tickets for the Glenmont House Tours will be released 7 days in advance at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time and will be available until midnight the day before the tour.
  • Glenmont tours are generally available Wednesday – Sunday during July and August. September – December and April – June, tours are available Friday – Sunday. Glenmont is closed January – March.
  • This is a 30-minute tour of the first and second floor of Glenmont Estate.
  • Advanced, reserved tickets for Glenmont House Tours can be purchased ONLY on the website.
  • All visitors to Glenmont must start their visit at the Edison laboratory unit of the park, 211 Main St. West Orange, NJ 07052
  • Although tickets for the house tour are free, all visitors 16 and over must pay the Thomas Edison NHP $15 entrance fee or show proof of advanced purchase of the entrance fee from
  • Because the Glenmont is in a private, gated community, a free Visitor Car Pass must be obtained at the Laboratory Complex Visitor Center PRIOR to going to Glenmont.
  • When booking your reservation, please remember all adults and children need tickets
  • There is a $1/ticket non-refundable reservation fee for all transactions. is a one-stop-shop for trip planning and reservations to explore and discover America’s outdoor and cultural destinations. Visitors can use the website or the mobile app to make campsite reservations, secure permits, schedule tours, purchase passes and more for all federal lands and waters throughout the country. Find incredible places and experiences that help you bring home a story through is your tool to plan your next trip, figure out the details, and reserve experiences at over 4,200 facilities and 113,000 individual sites across the country.

For more information about Thomas Edison National Historical Park, visit