Make Something: Saturdays
Motivate your kids to be the next great inventors or entrepreneurs with stories of past and present-day changemakers at this weekly program in Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation. Explore the innovations — big and small — that make the world what it is today, and learn by doing with hands-on, minds-on activities designed for youth ages 8-12.
Bring practical problem-solving to life with pop-up talks and demos from real-life inventors who share how they turned their ideas into action. Engage young tinkerers and hackers with design-thinking skills, and connect to the trials and achievements of history's boundary pushers.
Let's roll up our sleeves and make something together.
September – Can you make a scrub brush skitter across the floor? Try different methods and learn what you need to do to succeed. Join us to experiment with simple circuits, and learn from failure just like history’s greatest innovators. Please note: This is not a take-home project.Special Guest Makers:
- September 28: "Be Empathetic" is an important Habit of an Innovator. Join our guest makers Blankets 4 Kids, and help create fleece blankets for children in foster care. Learn about this organization and what you can do to help in the future.
Parking is $6 per vehicle for nonmembers, free for members.
*some supply fees may apply
Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation
|General Admission (12-61)||Free||$24.00|
|Children (4 & Under)||Free||Free|
* Ticket prices are subject to change.