Tesla was always bitter about Edison stealing his ideas too.
Everyone learns about Edison in school, but very few care at all about Tesla- even though it was actually Tesla that invented the Induction Motor in widespread use, fluorescent lights were greatly improved by him, and indeed the entire global power grid is built using an alternating current distribution method pioneered by Tesla for Westinghouse at Niagara Falls.
Now having said that, I've been to Menlo Park- where the Wizard himself once worked. Today it resembles an abandoned lot that has reverted to forest, with but a small shed full of things Edison had a hand in inventing serving as a museum aside from the short tower with a giant lightbulb atop it.
Yes it's a historic site, but were it not for the forest full of ruined foundations the 'museum' there it would be no bigger than a common pawn shop.
What would be REALLY fitting is build a (non-functional) reproduction of Wardenclyffe tower, and then use that structure as the museum proper. They'd never be able to unleash the earth-shattering power Tesla would have called upon with it due to RF and EMP risks to nearby facilities, but they'd at least be able to show an inside look of what Tesla's research was really like.
I'm sure there's enough Tesla Coil enthusiasts that would gladly visit the place to put on a show with their homebrew coils. Get enough of them in there and they'd be able to accurately reproduce one of the more infamous Tesla feats- carrying around a lighted bulb with no apparent power source by abusing the EMF of an operating Tesla coil.