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200 acres of invention, inspiration and innovation. 300 years of history. 26 million artifacts in an eye-opening and mind-blowing collection started by Henry Ford himself.
 
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The Henry Ford
America's Greatest History Attraction
Millions of artifacts. Dozens of historical buildings. A museum, village, factory tour and more.
Henry Ford Museum
Explore American ideas and innovations including the Rosa Parks Bus, Lincoln Chair, Kennedy Limousine, Dymaxion House and Driving America. Learn more
Greenfield Village
Rediscover America featuring the Wright Brothers’ Home and Cycle Shop, Edison’s Menlo Park Laboratory, Model T rides and more. Learn more
IMAX® Theatre
Michigan’s largest IMAX® theatre is the ultimate film experience with a screen 8 stories wide and 6 stories tall. Learn more
Factory Tour
Detroit’s #1 automotive attraction. Walk along an assembly line, see the world’s largest living roof and be amazed in our multisensory theater. Learn more
Research Center
Explore our collection documenting the American experience through our Behind-the-Scenes Tours, Special Access Program and Digital Collections. Learn more
Education
The Henry Ford is committed to being “a catalyst for change in American education” by encouraging a culture of innovation. Learn more
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Calendar
Maker Faire Detroit
July 26-27, 2014 (9:30am - 6pm)
Maker Faire is like a three-ring circus of innovation. Robotics, electronics, rockets, food, music, ...
Ragtime Street Fair
July 12-13, 2014 (Open Saturday 'til 9pm)
Savor an American musical original at our newest signature event — Ragtime Street Fair. For one whir...
Henry Ford's 150th Birthday
January - December 2013
Henry Ford founded the Edison Institute (today, known as The Henry Ford) in 1929, as a place where y...
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