We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We were hoping this would be interesting but it would be one of, if not, the most dull and boring museum we have ever been to. The worst part is we went here twice. The first time we turned up (during supposed opening hours) to...More
A little hard to find. It is the red brick building behind the big office building at its stated address. Free. One room only. Most of the interactive exhibits were not working when we were there Dec. 6, 2016. Lots of info about Thomas Edison...More
This museum was small but had lots of neat things to learn about. My little ones (1 & 4 year olds) were a little young to understand everything but I enjoyed it. Some of the devices were out of order so that was a bummer...More
Small but powerful. (that's a pun) No kidding it is a small space. But framed full of information about electricity; specifically about the early use of electricity in Beaumont. Parking in the lot across the street.
We returned for another visit now that one of our kids just completed a school project on Thomas Edison. He was a brilliant man that had enough thoughts to fill more than 3,000 notebooks with sketches and ideas - and over 1,000 patents to his...More
I took my 2 grandkids to see this small but vastly informative museum and they had a great time. The computer that translates a typed message into morse code was a big hit with my 9 & 11 yr. olds. My grandson was cutting a...More