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Beaumont, Texas: Edison Museum

Museum in a 1929 utilities substation covers Thomas Alva Edison and his inventions and innovations. The only Edison museum west of the Mississippi.

350 Pine St., Beaumont, TX
Pine and Mulberry St.
M-F 10-2 or by appt. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Edison Museum.

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The museum is dedicated to Thomas Alva Edison and his inventions and innovations, the museum "interprets Edison through interactive exhibits while using more than 60 historic objects."

[Tiffany, 02/19/2012]

There is a bust of Edison outside, and a historical marker about the Travis Street Substation, the 1929 Gulf States Utilities building where the Edison Museum resides. October 2021: Photo added.

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