The Thomas Edison Depot Museum enhances visitor appreciation for the life and genius of Thomas Edison and his boyhood home in Port Huron. The Museum is housed inside the historic Fort Gratiot depot and the exhibits portray Edison's multi-faceted story of creativity, family support, adversity, perseverance, and ultimate triumph. His successes and great contributions to society are presented through a sit-down theater experience, live science presentations, and hands-on interactives. Outside the depot, a restored baggage car rests on a spur of railroad track. Inside visitors discover a re-creation of young Edison's mobile chemistry lab and printing shop. HOURS - Memorial Day to Labor Day 7 days - 11am to 5pm, Remainder of the Year: Saturdays and Sundays 11am to 5pm.