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Trace the history of the auto and our fascination with it along with other American inventions through the staggering collection of Henry Fords estate, which includes such memorabilia as the chair Abraham Lincoln sat in when he was assassinated and...more
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Certainly this place lives up to its reputation of America’s Attic. Many wonderful things to see and well displayed. Plan on 3/4 hours at a minimum. Sort of pricy and $6.00 to park. Eat before you get there.
I love coming here! The historic artifacts, the old cars, the stories, their special exhibits. Always done top notch! I couldn't tell you how many times I've been here and it never gets old and I always learn something new! If you are ever near...More
My family and I have been to The Henry Ford three times. It never gets old. There is so much to see. It is hard to get through everything in one day. Will keep going back when we have a free weekend and need something...More
A weekday visit is advised, as the Factory Tour is not open on weekends. The SUV and Pickup factory is outstanding as viewed from the catwalk (no Photos union rule). The Greenfield Village is 160 acres of what the US is all about. It has...More
Election Day and free admission. We did pay $36 for 2 to take the F150 assembly plant tour. Unfortunately, employees had the day off to go vote. They also charge for parking, which is silly since it's just your average surface lot out front. Still,...More
You’ll be amazed walking through the 7 plus acre covered museum. We were there for 3.5 hrs and still didn’t see everything. Everything from early designed tractors to locomotives and presidential cars. Early hydroelectric, manufacturing equipment and cars. Lots of original industrial equipment. Rosa Parks...More
My husbands choice to visit this museum!!!! I loved it. We went off in seperate directions at first, then met up at the Oscar Meyer Weiner Mobile for lunch. The multitude of autos, trains etc on display is mind boggling, I especially loved the Canadian...More
I was not expecting too much of my visit to the Henry Ford. I must say it was an incredible time. Be sure to wear some comfortable, walking shoes. This place is huge! You must know that you can spend an entire day inside the...More