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Railroader's Breakfast

April 25-26 & May 2-3, 9-10, 2015
Start your little engineer’s Day Out With Thomas™ with a hearty Railroader’s Breakfast

Mother’s Day Brunch

May 10, 2015
Have brunch in Henry Ford’s private ballroom in Lovett Hall.
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Railroader's Breakfast
April 25-26 & May 2-3, 9-10, 2015 (8-9am; Doors open at 7:45am)
Start your little engineer’s Day Out With Thomas™ with a hearty Railroader’s Breakfast in Greenfield Village’s A Taste of History Restaurant.

Buttermilk pancakes with a choice of toppings, fresh fruit salad, sausage links and more. It’s a scrumptious early-morning way to prepare for a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine™. There’s music by the Picks & Sticks Stringband, too, along with railroad-themed storytelling and a visit with our very own Village Hobo and Sir Topham Hatt™!

Your ticket includes breakfast at A Taste of History, special access parking in the Eagle Tavern parking lot ($6 parking fee for nonmembers), admission to Greenfield Village for the entire day and a special 9 am ride with Thomas the Tank Engine™.

Contact our Call Center at 313.982.6001 to make your reservations today!
Mother's Day Brunch
May 10, 2015
A Mother’s Day to remember. Brunch in Michigan’s most beautiful ballroom is elegant, delicious and affordable.

It’s Mother’s Day. Time to splurge on mom. Or your grandmother or aunt or any other maternal person who has worked hard to make your life easier. And there is no more memorable way to say thank you than the extraordinary Mother’s Day Brunch in Michigan’s most beautiful ballroom — Henry Ford's private ballroom in Lovett Hall. The meal? Mouthwatering. And the setting? One-of-a-kind. Crystal chandeliers, vaulted ceilings, a terrazzo lobby and a grand staircase. Magnificent! Just what mom deserves. No wonder CBS Detroit’s ultra-select list of Best Metro Area Mother’s Day Brunches includes this exceptional event. You’ll dine on a sumptuous menu prepared by The Henry Ford’s award-winning culinary staff.

Contact our Call Center at 313.982.6001 to make your reservations today!

Reservations are required.
Local Roots Spring Evening Dining
June 5, 2015 (Cash Bar - 6:30pm, Dinner - 7pm) in Michigan Cafe
Spring evenings at The Henry Ford are blissful. Add the wines of Michigan’s premier vineyards and ... well, it doesn’t get any better. This exceptional evening features food pairings selected and prepared by our award-winning culinary staff.

Michigan Café is open for your arrival beginning at 6:30pm. Dinner service will start promptly at 7pm. Guests 21 and over will be given 2 drink tickets to use at the bar. Coffee, water and nonalcoholic beverages will be provided. Full cash bar available. Spring dining tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

Contact our Call Center at 313.982.6001 to make your reservations today!
Local Roots Blues, Brews & Evening Dining BBQ
August 14, 2015 (6:30pm-9pm, Dinner 7pm) in Greenfield Village Pavilion
BBQ. Barbecue. Barbeque. No matter how you spell it, this is an extraordinary one-night-only backyard-style event in the heart of Greenfield Village! The food — all of it locally sourced culinary — is the focus, but you can also enjoy a refreshing Michigan beer. All the while you’ll be listening or dancing to the great sounds of the Front Street Blues Band. Prepared by our award-winning culinary staff, this locally sourced culinary adventure pays tribute to the farmers and regional food producers supported by The Henry Ford’s Local Roots food initiatives.

The Greenfield Village Pavilion is open for your arrival beginning at 6:30pm. Dinner service will start promptly at 7pm. Guests 21 and older will be given 2 drink tickets to use at the bar. Full cash bar available. Summer dining tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

Contact our Call Center at 313.982.6001 to make your reservations today!
Fall Flavor Weekends
September 26-27 & October 3-4, 2015
If you love to eat, you’ll love Greenfield Village’s Fall Flavor Weekends. Come celebrate the glories of traditional American food from farm to table, share in cooking demonstrations and browse the delights at our Saturday Local Roots Farmers Market.

You don’t have to be a foodie to enjoy Greenfield Village’s Fall Flavor Weekends. You just have to love to eat. Each weekend, several of our historic homes will host cooking demonstrations. At Firestone Farm, for instance, you’ll learn the secrets of a 19th-century meal of ham noodles, apples and onions with southern cabbage and Irish potatoes. Over at the Susquehanna Plantation, they’ll prepare a crab gumbo, along with sauerkraut baked with apples, ginger biscuits and cherry pudding. If all that food talk gets you hungry, then stop at the Village Store where they’ll be offering free tastings of our Greenfield Village specialty foods. When you’re ready for a break from all that food, wander outside and wonder at the demonstrations of century-old threshing techniques and plowing with steam and horses.

Saturday, October 4th, is Gleaner Day at The Henry Ford. Gleaner Life Insurance Society will be onsite hosting a food drive to benefit Gleaner Community Food Bank. Donate five nonperishable items and receive a coupon for one free admission to Greenfield Village with the purchase of one admission (offer valid Saturday, October 4th only).
Farmers Market
September 26 & October 3, 2015
A farmers market for the 21st century. Local herbs, artisanal ointments, organic spices, heirloom seeds and more.

Take home your own private bounty when you visit Greenfield Village. We invite our favorite farmers and food suppliers to bring their remarkable wares to share. Local herbs, artisanal ointments, organic spices, heirloom seeds, handmade pastas. Revel in the abundance and variety of Michigan’s artisanal food masters. You’ll also find finely crafted kitchen accessories, everything from handmade brooms and autumnal wreathes to recycled barn wood tables and glass candy. Members of Greenfield Village’s Herb Society will also be on hand, selling a variety of traditional handcrafted creations. This event will take place rain or shine.
Local Roots Fall Evening Dining
November 6, 2015 (Cash Bar - 6:30pm, Dinner - 7pm) in Lovett Hall
Come and experience an up-close-and-personal cooking lesson with the renowned culinary team of The Henry Ford. They will walk you through the process of how we take local ingredients and create beautiful, tasty meals. A full five-course meal based on the fall dishes shown will be served.

Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres service will start promptly upon your arrival beginning at 6:30pm in Lovett Hall. Dinner service will start promptly at 7pm. Guests 21 and older will be given 2 drink tickets to use at the bar. Coffee, water and nonalcoholic beverages will be provided. Full cash bar available. Fall dining tickets are nonrefundable and nontransferable.

Contact our Call Center at 313.982.6001 to make your reservations today!
Hallowe'en in Greenfield Village Dinner Package
October 9-10, 15-17 and 22-24, 2015 (6pm - 7:30pm)
The perfect Halloween evening: a sumptuous harvest supper, some vigorous music, a few classic parlor games and a charming historically-themed Hallowe’en in Greenfield Village.

Outside it’s ghoulies and ghosties. But inside the famed Eagle Tavern, it’s an evening of 19th-century Hallowe'en fun. Visitors from the past will fill your evening with music and harvest games. Once you complete your sumptuous candlelit harvest supper, we invite you to stroll into the moonlit evening, walk along an enchanted path illuminated with hundreds of hand-carved jack-o’-lanterns and revel in the sights and sounds of Hallowe'en in Greenfield Village.

Reservations available beginning August 12, 2015 for members and August 19, 2015 for nonmembers.
Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village Dinner Package at Eagle Tavern
December 4-6, 11-13, 17-23 and 26-28, 2015 (2 seatings available, 5pm and 8pm)
Treat your family to a delectable holiday feast in Eagle Tavern. The proprietors of this 1850s stagecoach stop will delight your palate with an authentic holiday meal served by costumed presenters and enhanced by seasonal décor and live music from the period. In addition to dinner, your package includes admission to Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village. These packages often sell out early, so don’t wait!

Reservations available beginning August 26, 2015 for members and September 9, 2015 for nonmembers.
Holiday Nights Supper with Santa Package
December 4-6, 11-13 and 17-23, 2015 (Dinner 4:45pm-6:30pm; Event 6:30pm-10pm)
Following your horse-drawn wagon ride to A Taste of History Restaurant, your family will partake in a casual buffet-style holiday turkey dinner perfect for kids! You’ll also be able to make a festive table decoration and hear a fun story to get you in the mood for your visit to lantern-lit Greenfield Village. As a separate treat, Santa Claus will be on hand and make a personal visit to each table!

After dinner, experience Holiday Nights in the rest of Greenfield Village. Holiday Nights tickets are included with your dinner reservation.

Reservations available beginning August 26, 2015 for members and September 9, 2015 for nonmembers.


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