in Greenfield Village
*Video contains event information from 2019 and may not be applicable for 2021 season.
Kick summer into high gear this Father’s Day weekend in Greenfield Village. Motor Muster in Greenfield Village, one of the country’s most exciting historic vehicle shows, transports you to the golden eras of car culture.
Cruise through a diverse collection of vehicles for a rare opportunity to step inside immersive vignettes from five of the American auto industry’s most formative decades. From the lean Depression-era ’30s and the American home front during World War II to the futuristic ’50s, revolutionary ’60s and bicentennial ’70s, get a unique perspective on American culture through the lens of what we drove. Every automobile, from luxury vehicles to gritty muscle cars, has been carefully chosen to guide you through a unique story of American drive.
Plan to stay late on Saturday night for live classic American rock and pop hits from the 1970s performed by local favorite Classic Gold.
All weekend long, mingle (from a safe distance!) with hundreds of car owners ready to show off the talent that goes into preserving and restoring these living connections to the past. Listen in as experts share the history and insights at pass-in-review parades. Consider the distance we’ve traveled, and discover how far you can take it forward.
Please Note: Adhering to current CDC Guidelines, The Henry Ford will make adjustments to provide a safe and enjoyable experience. Each display area will be roped and staked to maintain distances of six feet or more. The popular “Pass-in Review” parade will still be included in the event. If maximum capacity is reached inside the venue, members without reservations and guests without tickets may not be permitted to enter.
NEW in 2021: Racing
This year’s feature celebrates the opening of The Henry Ford’s new exhibition, Driven to Win: Racing in America presented by General Motors, with a spotlight on auto racing. Americans love speed and spectacle. Whether it’s open-wheel competition at Indianapolis, super stock duels at the drag strip, or a 25-lap feature at the local dirt oval, racing stirs excitement – and sells cars. Automakers tout their victories and give their production cars racing-inspired names. Pontiac had the Bonneville, the LeMans and the Trans Am. Studebaker and Dodge both used Daytona, while Ford claimed Talladega. Chevrolet topped everyone, naming its entire brand for Swiss-American racing driver Louis Chevrolet. In 2021 we’ll remember the cars, the drivers and the tracks that made racing in America so special.
Your Experience Includes:
- Immersive Historic Vignettes
- Live Music
- Favorite Greenfield Village Picnic Food
- Meticulously Restored and Preserved Historic Vehicles
- Vintage Trucks, Motorcycles and Bicycles
- Military Vehicle Display
- Pass-in-Review Parades
Free Admission for MembersBecome a member for free admission to Motor Muster, plus free parking and special perks. Then use your membership for free admission to the museum and village all year.
Find information about participating in Motor Muster at The Henry Ford.
Streaming Coverage: Pass-in-Review Parade
Join us, no matter where you are, for an insider’s look at a Motor Muster fan favorite, our Pass-in-Review of Historic Vehicles. Streaming live on Facebook Saturday morning, June 19, tune in to hear our automotive historians and experts share commentary on a variety of unique and vintage vehicles.
10 am: Commercial Vehicles
Presented by Automotive Historians Jim Wagner and Roger Wojtkowicz
12 pm: Mopar Performance Cars
Presented by Curator of Transportation Matt Anderson and Automobile Historians Andrew Beckman and Bob Glaspie
1 pm: Cars 1933-1949
Presented by Curator of Transportation Matt Anderson, Automobile Historian Andrew Beckman, and special guest Greg Ingold of Hagerty
Parking is $6 per vehicle for nonmembers, free for members.
|General Admission (12-61)||Free||$28.00|
|Children (4 & Under)||Free||Free|
* Ticket prices are subject to change.