The River Pavilion
(Edison Coconut Grove)
The River Pavilion is located in the Edison Coconut Grove situated between the Lily Pond and the Caloosahatchee River. Dozens of Coconut Palm trees are scattered throughout this tropical lawn, offering guests a beautiful covered area with a spectacular sunset view.
Ford's Riverside Lawn
The Caloosahatchee River is a sight to see at sunset. Events extending into the evening are filled with magic and romance as the breathtaking colors are painted across the sky and reflected on the water.
Edison Ford Museum
With nearly 15,000 square feet of exhibit and gallery space, the Edison Ford Museum has an impressive collection of inventions and artifacts, special exhibitions, historical photographs and archives. It is comprised of multiple galleries and countless conversation starters. The Museum is available after 6 p.m.
Edison Caretaker’s House
The Caretaker’s House is one of the oldest buildings in Fort Myers, and the oldest structure at Edison Ford. The building has been expanded over the years to be used by various estate workers and sits adjacent to the Edison Swimming Pool and Tea House. Today, the newly restored house provides a quaint indoor space with porches and grassy lawns for small meetings, seminars, cocktail receptions and luncheons.