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Call Center 313.982.6001

Field Trip Information

To book a field trip to The Henry Ford, contact our Call Center to speak with trained professionals who will answer questions and help schedule your visit. 313.982.6001, press 1, 9am-5pm daily.

Click here to download our field trip reservation form.

School Group Rate/Pricing

Educators with groups of 15 paid students or more receive a discounted school group rate of $8 for each venue and $8 unlimited Ride Pass for Greenfield Village. Special programs vary in pricing. Some require advance payments, contracts and deposits; ask your Call Center representative for details.

New Field Trip Special! Buy tickets for one attraction, and get ½ off a second attraction. This offer is valid on any combination of Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village, IMAX® Theatre or Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Reservations are required, and the offer is only good for the same date of visit for K-12 schools. Offer not valid for Home Schoolers. Excludes special events, special exhibits and Hollywood IMAX* films.

Teachers must purchase tickets for group leaders in order for them to receive a group rate. Group leaders purchasing tickets separately will pay general admission rates. All prices and programs subject to change.

Home Schoolers

Home School groups receive the same discounted student rate with groups of 10 paid students or more with a reservation. In addition, we extend free admission and parking to accompanying adults at a ratio of one free adult for every ten students. Additional adults pay the discounted rate. Advance reservations are required.

Click here to download our home educator registration form.


A limited number of scholarships are available to help defray the cost of admission and transportation to Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village or Ford Rouge Factory Tour.
Click here to learn more about scholarships.

The Henry Ford school field trip scholarship program has been made possible in part through the generosity of the MASCO Corporation Foundation and the Colina Foundation.


When you prepay for your visit in full, your tickets will be waiting upon arrival and you will receive express check-in. To expedite your entry, we can mail your tickets in advance for a $5 shipping and handling fee. In order to ship tickets, payment must be received two weeks prior to your scheduled arrival date.

Payment Options

We offer three easy ways to pay for your field trip.

Make checks payable to The Henry Ford
and mail to:
Call Center - The Henry Ford
20900 Oakwood Boulevard
P.O. Box 1970
Dearborn, Michigan 48121-1970
MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover

Large bills only


The Henry Ford Call Center will provide self-addressed envelopes to return unused tickets for a full refund. IMAX® Theatre tickets are not refundable. For groups traveling on their own buses to the Ford Rouge Factory Tour, tickets are exchangeable and refundable. For groups traveling on Ford Rouge buses, due to the limited bus seating, tickets are not refundable or exchangeable.

Group Guidelines

One adult group leader is required for every 10 students, grades K through 12. To ensure appropriate supervision we will provide your group with one free teacher/chaperone ticket for every 10 students. Group leaders must be adults. Additional adults or teachers will be charged the $8 school group rate. Free teacher/ chaperone tickets only apply to village, museum and Ford Rouge Factory Tour visits.


Wheelchairs are available in both Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village for a nominal fee. The Museum is completely handicapped accessible. Due to the historic nature of the Village, some buildings cannot accommodate wheelchairs and strollers.

Wheelchairs are available for FREE use during your visit to the Ford Rouge Factory Tour. Up to four wheelchairs can be accommodated at each theater showing. Wheelchairs can be transported on Factory Tour buses as can most motorized wheelchairs (some weight limits apply). The facility is completely handicapped accessible.


The Henry Ford is located in Dearborn, Michigan on the corner of Village Road and Oakwood Boulevard, just west of the Southfield Freeway (M-39) and south of Michigan Avenue (US-12).

The Henry Ford
20900 Oakwood Blvd.
Dearborn, MI 48124-5029
Call Center: 313.982.6001

Click here for detailed directions.

2015 Hours of Operation
Henry Ford Museum
Open 7 days a week,

Greenfield Village
January 1-April 14, 2015
Closed for the Winter Season

April 15-November 1, 2015
Open 7 days a week,

November 2-November 29, 2015
Open Friday-Sunday,

November 30-December 31, 2015
Closed, open select evenings

The Henry Ford IMAX® Theatre
Open daily with extended hours.
See show times

Ford Rouge Factory Tour
Open Monday-Saturday,
Buses depart every 20 minutes, 9:20am-3:00pm

Benson Ford Research Center
Monday-Friday, 9:30am–5pm

All attractions are closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Field Trip Tips
1 Download our Field Trip Planning form.
2 To book a trip, call 313.982.6001
3 Read your confirmation and pre-visit materials – share this information with all group leaders!
4 Prepay for your visit to receive express check-in.
5 To avoid getting separated from the group, provide a specific location for all group members to meet before entering a venue.