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Current Exhibits
Henry Ford Museum Exhibits
With Liberty and Justice For All
Learn the trials, tribulations and triumphs of America's fight for freedom from the Declarations of Independence through civil rights.
Heroes of the Sky
Learn more about our newest permanent exhibit, Heroes of the Sky. Share the experiences of people’s stories from the first forty years of aviation.
Explore R. Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion House - the only surviving prototype of Fuller's vision for mass-produced, affordable housing.
Automobile in American Life and Society
This web site explores some of that vast impact the automobile has had on American life.
Rosa Parks Bus
On December 1, 1955, Rosa Parks boarded this Montgomery City bus to go home from work. On this bus on that day, she initiated a new era in the American quest for freedom and equality.
Abraham Lincoln Chair
President Abraham Lincoln was sitting in this rocking chair during the production of Our American Cousin at Ford's Theatre when he was assassinated on April 14, 1865.
John F. Kennedy Limousine
Many Americans still remember the tragic day of November 22, 1963 when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. See the limousine in which he rode.
Allegheny Steam Locomotive
Built in 1941 and weighing in at 600 tons, this was one of the largest steam-powered locomotives ever built.

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Greenfield Village Districts and Buildings
Edison at Work
Take an invigorating journey to the "idea factory" of Thomas Edison
Henry Ford's Model T
Step into the farmhouse where Henry Ford was born, see where he invented his world-changing Model T.
Liberty Craftworks
Go back to a time when the products of everyday use were the personal creations of skilled artisans.
Main Street
Pay a visit to Main Street, the bustling hub of America's hometown.
Porches and Parlors
Accept an invitation to the home life of America's past.
Railroad Junction
Railroads played a colossal role in the progress of America's cross-continental expansion.
Working Farms
Engage yourself in an actual setting of 1880s farm life.

Ford Rouge Factory Tour and Exhibits
Legacy Theatre
Learn about the triumphs and tragedies surrounding the Rouge, much of it told through rare, never-before-seen historic footage.
Art of Manufacturing Theatre 
A multi-sensory theater experience including a 360-degree look at how automobiles are made!
Observation Deck Tour 
View the world’s largest living roof from our 80-foot-high Observation Deck.
Assembly Plant Walking Tour
See where the new Ford F-150s are assembled in a lean and flexible manufacturing plant. Visitors will have the opportunity to view the final assembly process from an elevated walkway.
Legacy Gallery
View five historic vehicles made at the Rouge, hop in a new F-150, and visit our Factory Store.
World's Largest Living Roof
Of all the innovations coming out of the revitalization of the Ford Rouge Center, nothing has attracted more interest than the living roof now growing on top of the new Dearborn Truck Plant final assembly building.

Benson Ford Research Center Exhibit Case

Henry's Attic
Help us mark The Henry Ford's 75th anniversary with a visit to Henry's Attic: Collecting Then and Now. Share the experience as we take a close-up look at some very special items we've collected over the years. We'll examine everything from Henry Ford's early interests in clocks and agricultural implements to today's focus on social and technological change. Our collection is truly one-of-a-kind!

Liberation Magazine, April 1956, with boycott article by
Martin Luther King, Jr.
ID: 2001.142.22

Cartooon: Henry Ford and Collecting
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