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Henry Ford Museum
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Greenfield Village
Take in 300 years of America everywhere you turn.
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Must-See Events
Tinker. Hack. Invent. Saturdays
Every Saturday, every month (10am - 3pm)
It’s a weekly celebration of American ingenuity. We call it Tinker. Hack. Invent. and it takes place every Saturday. Join our Tinker Task Force and have a blast trying your hand at all sorts of things. Americans are famous for their ingenuity and resourcefulness, for their eagerness to improve and explore new ideas. This is your chance to learn firsthand how that spirit is alive and well today. Come explore your own ingenuity. Try your hand at something new, something different. The activities change month to month. Hands-on. How-to, DIY, science and more! The only limitation is your imagination. And it’s free* with museum admission or membership.

*Some supply fees may apply.
Day Out With Thomas™
April 25-26 and May 2-3 and 9-10, 2015
Thomas the Tank Engine™ is the pride of Sir Topham Hatt’s fleet of really useful engines. During Thomas’ annual visit to Greenfield Village, he is the centerpiece of six days of family fun and entertainment. You can ride Thomas around the village, of course, and meet Sir Topham Hatt™ face-to-face. Advance tickets are strongly recommended. Be aware that some time slots sell out very quickly. Members of The Henry Ford receive free Greenfield Village admission and an exclusive opportunity to purchase Thomas ride tickets in advance. Greenfield Village admission is required for nonmembers to ride Thomas.
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.
Civil War Remembrance
May 23-25, 2015 (Open Saturday 'til 9pm)
Feel the Civil War come alive all around you as bustling camps, cavalry and period music enliven an entire weekend filled with reenacted events.

Before we immerse ourselves in summer pleasures, we stop to recall the 3 million people who fought in America’s Civil War and the estimated 750,000 people who died — the equivalent of 7.5 million dead today.

This year marks the sesquicentennial, the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, both in April 1865. The joy of the end of the war and the ensuing peace were quickly dampened by an assassin’s bullet at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C., causing the nation to mourn.

This weekend in Greenfield Village, hundreds of Union and Confederate reenactors, civilians, musicians and historic presenters — all in period clothing — converge, eager to share their knowledge with you. There are dozens of opportunities to learn more about this pivotal time in American history: exhibits, presentations, battle tactics demonstration, hands-on activities and insights from historians.

Please join us in honoring the sacrifices and achievements of all those who bravely fought and continue to fight in defense of our great nation. The Henry Ford will participate in a national moment of silence at 3 pm Monday as signaled by the Armington & Sims shop whistle.
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!
Historic Base Ball Games
Every Saturday & Sunday June 13 - August 23, 2015 (First pitch 1:30pm)
We think our games are as good as America’s pastime gets. We play by the rules of 1867. Gloves optional, but certainly not preferred. No designated hitters, either, or domed stadiums. We still have pitchers and batters and home runs. But this is thrill-a-minute base ball in the glorious outdoors. Our grandstand is a grassy hillside shaded by dozens of massive walnut trees. We have live, 19th-century music by the Dodworth Saxhorn Band. And every so often, a Greenfield Village passenger train pulled by a 19th-century steam locomotive chugs along the perimeter of the outfield. It’s classic. This is the way we like it. Stop by a game and enter to win Detroit Tigers tickets.
Motor Muster
June 20-21, 2015 (Open Saturday 'til 9pm)
Make your way to a vintage auto enthusiast’s dream destination: From glamorous classics of the 1930s to brawny muscle cars of the 1970s, Greenfield Village hosts more than 500 gleaming examples.

Motor Muster celebrates one of the grandest and most innovative eras of American automotive history. For the entire weekend, the streets and lawns of Greenfield Village will be filled with hundreds of classic cars, vintage trucks, motorcycles, military vehicles, bicycles — even a fire engine or two. They’ll all be here, from brawny muscle cars to the straight-out-of-the-showroom cars you and your parents grew up with. Stroll the grounds and meet the owners who lavish attention on these wonders of rolling history. There’s the Saturday night cruise, too, and a live early 1960s dance show with dancing in the streets ’til 9pm. A one-of-a-kind event for cars and the people who love them.
Roadside America
June 20, 2015 - January 24, 2016
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.

This recently acquired collection documents a form of architecture and design and advertising that’s very homespun. There’s humor, there’s quirkiness. Margolies was willing to look at architecture and details that other people didn’t take seriously and at times didn’t even notice. There’s an emotional resonance that ties to fundamental aspects of American culture. The Henry Ford is acknowledging that and celebrating it.

Quirky. Creative. Fascinating. Take a drive down the byways and back roads of America.
Only at Henry Ford Museum. Limited engagement. Dates subject to change.


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