The grounds were the best part of the visit for us. Every tree and plant was clearly labeled with Latin and common name and place of origin. They have the second largest banyan tree in the world. The grounds were very well maintained and we saw not a speck of trash. There is lots of shade and places to sit. The staff were very friendly and you can go on a self guided audio tour or pay $5 and have a tour guide. We did the grounds first and the museum last when it was hotter out. Both the Edison and Ford houses were well furnished with period items. We spent four hours on our visit and could have spent more time looking at the museum and laboratory but we decided to save some for a return visit.
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