Fodor's Expert Review Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village

Dearborn Museum/Gallery

Dearborn's is America's largest indoor-outdoor museum. It charts the country's evolution from rural to industrial society through exhibits covering communication, transportation, domestic life, agriculture, and industry. Greenfield Village preserves 80 famous historic structures, including the bicycle shop where the Wright brothers built their first airplane; Thomas Edison's laboratory; an Illinois courthouse where Abraham Lincoln practiced law; and the Dearborn farm where Ford himself was born. The Automobile in American Life, inside the museum, is a lavish collection of chrome and neon that traces the country's love affair with cars. W. Buckminster Fuller's futuristic Dymaxion House and the IMAX theater are also worth checking out.

Museum/Gallery Family

Quick Facts

20900 Oakwood Blvd.
Dearborn, Michigan  48124, USA

313-982–6001

www.thehenryford.org

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Rate Includes: $22

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