You can learn only so much about a car from the outside. You have to look under the hood to see what it’s really made of. So for just seven weeks, we’ll be raising the hoods of a few of our most memorable vehicles. That’s where a car reveals its true character: its class, its brawn, its heart.
It’s an unprecedented excursion as we pop the hoods of more than 40 of the most iconic cars ever made, including our 1965 Goldenrod Land Speed Race Car, our 1948 Tucker 48 Sedan, the 1963 Chrysler Gas Turbine and the remarkable 1916 Woods Dual Power Hybrid Coupe, a car that was 80 years ahead of its time.
Visionary design. Mastery of the road. Explore the engines that changed the world. Only at Henry Ford Museum.
Your experience includes
We’re popping the hoods of some of the most iconic cars ever made. Here are a few:
- 1907 White Model G
- 1919 Ford Model T
- 1936 Lincoln Zephyr
- 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air
- 1956 Chrysler 300-B Stock Car
- 1960 Chevrolet Corvair
- 1960 Meskowski Race Car
- 1962 Mustang I
- 1963 Chrysler Turbine
- 1965 Goldenrod Land Speed Race Car
- 1965 Lotus-Ford
- Guided Tours
- Hands on Demonstrations
- Presentations of Alternative Fuel Sources
- See the Corliss Engine Running
During Engines Exposed, also visit the Ford Rouge Factory Tour (additional fee applies).
Parking is $6 per vehicle for non-members, free for members.
Henry Ford Museum
|Children (2 & Under)||Free||Free|