Membership

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MEMBERSHIPS

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MEMBERSHIPS

STUDENT

Must have valid High School/College ID
$ 10
00
YEARLY
  • 10% discount on gift shop items
  • Student Admission

SINGLE

$ 25
00
YEARLY
  • 10% discount on gift shop items
  • Single Admission

SUPPORTER

$ 50
00
YEARLY
  • 10% discount on gift shop items
  • Poster
  • FREE Admission for immediate family*
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NANCY EDISON CHILD LEARNING SUPPORTER

$ 250
00
YEARLY
  • 10% discount on gift shop items
  • Poster
  • FREE Admission for immediate family*
  • Hand-painted Lightbulb Ornament

INSPIRATION TO YOUTH LIFETIME SUPPORTER

$ 1,000
00
LIFETIME
  • 10% discount on gift shop items
  • Poster
  • FREE admission for holder and immediate family and up to 3 friends*
  • Hand-painted Lightbulb Ornament

EDISON INSPIRATION SPONSOR

$ 5,000
00
LIFETIME
  • 10% discount on gift shop items
  • Poster
  • FREE admission for holder and immediate family and up to 3 friends*
  • Hand-painted Lightbulb Ornament
  • Contact the Edison Birthplace Museum for more information

MEMBERSHIP DIGITAL PASS

Digital Passes are a fast, secure way to verify your membership — right from your own phone.  It will be kept in your phone’s wallet app. This is available for iOS and Android devices.

IMAGINE LIFE WITHOUT EDISON.

From the electric light and electrical distribution, to movies and recorded music, alkaline batteries to improved Portland Cement and over 1,000 American patents, Thomas A. Edison helped create the modern world.

The Edison Birthplace was opened to the public by his wife Mina and his daughter Madeleine as a tribute to the humble beginnings of a great man. 

While it is a designated National Historic Landmark, the Edison Birthplace receives no state or federal funding.

100% of your donation goes directly to help maintain and support the Birthplace and its educational programs. Your generous support will make a difference. Thank you!

“…this museum should be more than just a memorial…

We especially want children to get the inspiration that a true picture of him should provide – a better sense of values and to assure them that such qualities as fortitude, industry and independence of thought are still worthwhile and should not vanish from the earth.”

~ Madeleine Edison Sloane, Thomas Edison’s daughter, speaking at the Edison Birthplace for the dedication ceremony as a National Historic Landmark, Sept. 16, 1965