How about taking a trip to celebrate 150 year of a farm boy that rose from oblivion to become the most influential American innovator of the 20th century?
The Henry Ford museum in Dearborn, Michigan, is much more than about vehicles or the Ford family. The captivating beauty of the museum is one piece, while it maintains an outstanding showcase of ideas that have made a significant difference in the world.
You will see John F. Kennedy’s limousine, full size trains, muscle cars, classic cars, a 1952 Wienermobile, as well as, a splendid display of real life buildings displayed via Legos.
Interactive activities for the children include how to make a paper airplane, having their picture taken in a wooden plane, and playing with larger-than-life Legos.
Driving America Exhibition
This premier automotive exhibition features artifacts, media, and interactive activities that tell a story of people, cars and culture..
Discovering Henry Ford Multi-Media Show
Daily programming: April – December 2013
Guided Museum Tours
January - April 2013, upon request year-round
Expert presenters show-and-tell Henry Ford’s success with the moving assembly line and how it led to The Henry Ford.
Henry’s Assembly Line
Build wooden Model Ts to be assembled “on the line”
Build a Model T
Maker Faire Detroit
July 27-28, 2013
Two-day celebration of ingenuity of more than 400 makers that demonstrate their wares, ideas, inventions, and solutions.
Immerse yourself in Henry Ford, America's stories of traditions and innovations, at a wonderful history destination!
If you cannot make it to Detroit to experience Henry Ford’s legacy, watch Henry Ford on PBS’s American Experience, premiering January 29. Or, support PBS and buy the American Experience: Henry Ford DVD.
The Henry Ford
20900 Oakwood Blvd.
Dearborn, MI 48124-5029
Museum Hours and Tickets
Open 7 days a week
9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
(Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Days)
Senior (62+): $15
Youth (5-12): $12.50
Children 4 & under: FREE