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Explore the in-depth stories behind some of the fascinating permanent exhibits of Henry Ford Museum.
The automobile’s influence on American culture is ready to be explored in Henry Ford Museum’s all-new, permanent exhibition Driving America. The all-new 80,000 sq. ft. exhibition tells the story of people, cars and our culture.
Learn the trials, tribulations and triumphs of America's fight for freedom from the Declarations of Independence through civil rights.
Learn more about our 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.
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.
web exhibits
Take a look back at the past century and our "everday" world. Reminisce with this exhibit spanning five generations.

Learn the stories behind some of America's greatest innovators including Henry Ford, Thomas Edison and Orville and Wilbur Wright.

Explore the story of Time Magazine's "Entrepreneur of the Century".

Features significant automobiles of the American experience.
Enjoy a trip to the American past from a kid’s eye view.
smart fun
Educational games to make online learning fun for classes or family.
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Roadside America: Through the Lens of John Margolies
June 20, 2015 - January 24, 2016
It’s an all-American road trip you won’t want to miss.

John Margolies has spent decades photographing the quirks and ingenuity of America’s roadside architecture. Margolies doesn’t play favorites, whether he’s shooting a masterful Art Deco movie theater on a quiet main street or a motel with an oddball theme. His greatest admiration and affection are reserved for those entrepreneurial spirits of small-town America as they try to stand out in an increasingly mobile and commercialized environment.
The Henry Ford Collections
The collections of The Henry Ford document America's traditions of ingenuity, resourcefulness and innovation. With everything from online digital collections to historical documents, books and archival film and photos, you can tap into more than what's on the museum floors.

Explore the unique shopping opportunities available at America's Greatest History Attraction.
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art & images
Decorate your home with historical art.