Detroit Historical Museum
Museums have become a way for patrons and casual observers to connect with history, art and culture without having to leave the state. The two major museums include the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Detroit Historical Museum.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Detroit Historical Society is offering a special thank you to the community by offering free admission at the Detroit Historical Museum.
The Detroit Historical Society is continuing its “Third Sunday Free Admission” promotion at the Detroit Historical Museum this Sunday, November 20.
This exhibit in the Museum’s Community Gallery showcases both the Council’s history and current activities and features displays and artifacts from the Thomas D. Trainor Scout Museum in Metamora.
Here are a few cultural gems to consider in the Metro Detroit area. You may have overlooked these before, but they are worth a visit. Even if you have visited them in the past, it’s worth your time to take a second look.
Starting this weekend, the Detroit Historical Museum is taking the wraps off a new exhibit called “Detroit Toy Stories.” It’s full of all the stuff kids around here have been playing with for years.
The Detroit Historical Museum emerges from its annual three-week summer recess Friday to kick off a three-day free admission weekend with four new exhibitions.
From now until Labor Day, several museums in Metro Detroit will offer free admission to military personnel and their families.
The MASCO Corporation Foundation presents “Find Your Place in History” at the Detroit Historical Museum this Sunday, April 17th. The promotion provides free admission to the Museum on third Sundays and runs through August of 2011.
The Michigan Sports Hall of Fame is honoring Black History Month with the “Comebacks and Championships” exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum