Coronavirus (COVID-19)

JUNE 8TH UPDATE

Governor Mike Dewine announced Thursday, June 4th, 2020 that museums will be able to re-open on Wednesday, June 10th, 2020. The Thomas Edison Birthplace Museum will re-open on Thursday, July 2nd, 2020 with the following guidelines in place:

  • Face masks: All visitors must have a face mask on during the time of the visit to protect themselves, along with other visitors and employees.
  • Social Distancing: Guided Tours will now have a limit of 3 individuals to practice social distancing, although family groups who live together may have up to 8 members.
  • By-Appointment Only: To avoid congestion in the office, we have implemented a “By-Appointment Only” policy. We have launched a new booking option online as well as the option to call us.
  • Restrooms: We have closed our restrooms until further notice to decrease the spread of germs. 

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

HEALTH GUIDANCE

FAQ & ANSWERS

1. What will happen to memberships that were unable to be used during closure?

Memberships that were purchased for 2019-20 will be valid in 2021 for the duration of months the museum was closed during this time. More details to come.

2. What if you had a scheduled tour doing the months the museum was closed?

If you had a scheduled tour during the time of closure, please get in contact with Lois Wolf at director@tomedison.org to arrange another time to visit the museum.