Kids will walk paths lined with hundreds of hand-carved jack o’ lanterns and end up at nearly a dozen stations where costumed characters will be handing out treats.
The sights and sounds of All Hollows’ Eve and the spooky spirits of the past come to life at Hallowe’en in Greenfield Village, October 14-16, 21-23 and 28-30.
Greenfield Village celebrates the fall season with a bustling Farmer’s Market and a schedule chock-full of cooking demonstrations during Fall Flavor Weekends.
More than 700 antique cars are motoring around Greenfield Village this weekend for the 61st Annual Old Car Festival.
Among the 700 or so vehicles to be displayed at the 61st Annual Old Car Festival, Sept. 10-11, one will stand out from the rest – a historically-accurate replica of the 1770 Fardier de Cugnot, a steam-powered wheel cart considered to be the first self-propelled vehicle ever made.
Ever wonder how wheat was thrashed and prepared for processing into flour for bread and pastries in the early part of the 20th century?
Show off your dance moves, listen to America’s unique ragtime music and dine on traditional street fair food only at Greenfield Village’s fifth annual Ragtime Street Fair, July 16-17.
The weather hampering the plans of many around the area this holiday weekend.
If you have a future inventor in your house, you may want to feed that imagination with a trip to the Henry Ford.
It’s not a fake, a copy, or a replica. It’s the real deal. It’s the Emancipation Proclamation, and it’s on display at the Henry Ford Musuem.