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Local Roots Spring Evening Dining
June 5, 2015 in Michigan Café
Spring Wine Tasting and Dinner

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.

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Henry Ford Museum Store
Located in Henry Ford Museum
Shop a one-of-a-kind selection inspired by the people and ideas that have fired our imagination and changed our lives. From cars to design and recycled to reimagined, find gifts that have been carefully curated to share the stories of innovation past forward. Take home a piece of history to capture memories that will last as long as the inspiration.

Open daily 9:30am–5:00pm
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Days
Museum admission not required

Many gifts sold in our on-site store are available to purchase in The Henry Ford Online Store.




Henry Ford Museum Store
Located in Henry Ford Museum
From cars to design and recycled to reimagined, find gifts that have been carefully curated to share the stories of innovation past forward.

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Genius at Play Store
Located in Henry Ford Museum
Let your creative side run wild. Young, old or somewhere in between, you’ll find merchandise that is ingenious, fun-loving and seriously inspiring.

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Greenfield Village Store
Located in Josephine Ford Plaza
Take home a piece of history inspired by the sights, sounds and flavors of your Greenfield Village experience.

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Liberty Craftworks Store
Located in Greenfield Village
Be captivated by American-made handcrafts featuring those created by our own artisans in this arts and crafts inspired store.

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Main Street Emporium
Located in Greenfield Village
Explore historic souvenirs, games, sweets and gifts from early Main
Street America.

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  Michigan Café
Eat local with this menu inspired from around the Great Lakes with fine casual dining representing the diversity of Michigan people, products and places. Museum admission is not required.
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Open Monday-Sunday, 11am-4pm


  Eagle Tavern
Built in 1831 as a stagecoach stop, Eagle Tavern offers an unforgettable, authentic sit-down meal presented by costumed servers who bring the 19th century to life.
Open daily April 15-October 31, 11am-4pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday only in November
Closed in December


  American Dog House
Specialty hot dogs, local sausages and a host of other fun fare in this casual cafeteria style setting. Museum admission is required.
Open January 1-April 2 Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 11:00am-4:00pm
April 3-December 31 Monday-Sunday, 11:00am-4:00pm


  A Taste of History® Restaurant
A culinary blast from the past! You'll also find salads, desserts and sandwiches, as well as kid's favorites, all served cafeteria style.

Open daily April 15-October 31, 9:30am-5pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday only in November
Closed in December


  Lamy’s Diner
Simple diner fare, coffee and soft drinks. Hop on a stool, grab a booth or enjoy the patio. Museum admission is required.

Now Open
Monday-Sunday, 9:30am-5:00pm


  Mrs. Fisher's Southern Cooking
This BBQ stand provides outdoor seating and serves up house smoked meats with classic BBQ sauces, sweet potato cheesecake, sweet potato tater tots, plus beverages and more.

Open daily May 22-September 7, 11am-4pm
Open September 12-13 for Old Car Festival


  Cotswold Tea
We invite you to partake of tea and sweets near the garden that Clara Ford loved so much.

May 21-September 7, Thursday-Sunday 11am-4pm
Closed September 8-December 31


  State Street Lunch Stand
All-American favorites. Hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries and beverages.

Open daily April 15-September 7, 11am-5pm
Open September 12-13 Old Car Festival

Sweets, Snacks & Beverages in Greenfield Village
Frozen Custard
Open daily April 15-September 7, 11am-5pm
Open September 12-13 for Old Car Festival
Genuine frozen custard served up in a cone or cup, plus beverages.

Guild Beer Hall
Open daily May 22-September 7, 11am-4pm
Enjoy traditional beer and other beverages accompanied by our 1913 “Nickelodeon” coin-operated Wurlitzer player piano.

Sir John Bennet Sweet Shop
Open daily April 15-September 7, 11am-4pm
Classic confections to satisfy any sweet tooth. Candies, chocolates, baked goods, beverages and more.

Carousel Confections
Open daily May 22-September 7, 11am-4pm
Popcorn, Cotton Candy, Beverage and more.

State Street Lunch Stand
Open daily April 15-September 7, 11am-5pm
Open September 12-13 Old Car Festival
All-American favorites. Hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries and beverages.

Owl Night Wagon
May 22–September 7, 9:30am–12pm
Snacks and beverages to go.
Get your morning started with a fresh cup of coffee and pastry among other drinks and snacks.