With 1.6 million visitors a year, this is one of the state’s major attractions and it’s easy to see why. It's a jam-packed, awe-inspiring place. You can see the 1896 Ford Quadricycle and the first 1965 Ford Mustang, sit inside the bus on which Rosa Parks was arrested, and savor my favorite exhibit: a 1950s-era Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. Go early and spend the entire day. I'll go in the morning and be startled when the announcement is made that they'll be closing in 15 minutes and I've only seen half of what I wanted to see. It's just a fascinating place and a wonderful reminder of how much ingenuity came out of America.
World class museum. Great permanent exhibits and many special exhibits and events.
Visit Henry Ford styled Detroit in the early 1900s. Vintage historic memories for the entire family!
Dearborn area. Some of the collection includes the JFK open air Lincoln limousine from that fateful day in Dallas.
One of my all time favorite places to spend some time. Both the village and the museum are fantastic. Where else in the world can you take a ride in a Model T?
This place is a landmark, and a must see place on your stop in Detroit. This place is a landmark, and a must see place on your stop in Detroit. The extensive museum collection includes the chair Lincoln was shot in, The Rosa Parks bus, over 100 automobiles, the Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxian house,…