Detroit Historical Museum
August Fruehauf invented the semi-trailer 100 years ago which helped shape the 20th century.
Join in a lively discussion with Detroit’s radio, TV and newspaper journalists.
The banner calls attention to the St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center exhibit of nursery rhyme-themed stained glass windows at the museum.
The events taking place at the Detroit Historical Museum are part of “313th of the 313,” a reference to the city’s 313 area code.
Detroit Historical Society has installed an exhibit at the Community Gallery of the Detroit Historical Museum telling the story of WGPR-TV.
There are many organizations in the Detroit area that are not only volunteer run, but are fun places to hang out and improve your quality of life in many ways. Here are five great places to volunteer this holiday season and beyond.
The public has until Friday, August 30 to share their thoughts on Detroit’s most celebrated building.
The Ford Foundation has awarded a $500,000 grant to the Detroit Historical Society as part of the society’s $20.1 million fundraising effort.
Experience great art and culture any time of the year with Detroit’s best permanent exhibits.
Summer is here and the Detroit Historical Society is bringing back the most popular films from its monthly film series.