The Henry Ford
The suburban Detroit museum founded by car pioneer Henry Ford is opening its revamped automotive displays this weekend.
It’s time to let the big guy know what you want under the tree. Here are the best places in the Metro Detroit area to get a photo of your kids with Santa Claus including Rochester Hills, Somerset and Greenfield Village.
Driving America, a brand new, one-of-a-kind automotive experience at The Henry Ford in Dearborn will open to the public January 29, 2012.
Take a field trip with the family to The Henry Ford, Detroit Institute Of Arts, Detroit Science Center, Cranbrook Institute Of Science or The Detroit Zoo.
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.
A $12-million Detroit project aimed at shaping the future of medicine – the Innovation Institute at Henry Ford Hospital – officially opened its doors Wednesday.
Starting October 1, The Henry Ford IMAX Theatre will send movie-goers on the ultimate IMAX journey with a special Extreme Adventures Film 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?
On July 30 and 31, The Henry Ford in Dearborn will be the place to visit when Maker Faire Detroit returns to Museum for two days of unconventional imagination and stunning ingenuity.