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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.
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Imagine Tinker. Hack. Invent. Saturdays multiplied by more! More Community Makers! More hands on tinkering! And much more to see and do! It all adds up to Tinker. Hack. Invent SUPER Saturdays. Join us on Saturday, March 28 and September 26 and January 30, 2016 for our THISuperSaturday inside Henry Ford Museum. Free with Museum admission.

(Activities and community makers are subject to change.)


  • Sewing with Circuits and CD Textiles
    Join us as we make circuits that are “sew” easy! Learn how to use conductive thread, sew-on battery holders, and LEDs to brighten up your felt creation. Workshops start every 30 minutes. Supply costs are just $5 and this activity is open to tinkers ages 10 years and up.

    We’ll also offer CD weaving for guests of all ages. Create a loom from old CDs and weave beautiful circular patterns. This activity is free of charge and recommended for ages 5 years and up.


  • Simple Solder Camp Light
    Whether you have soldered before or this is your first time, you’ll find that this is a brilliant project for makers’ 12 and up. You’ll solder a 10mm light into a glass jar that will turn on and off — perfect for a summer camp light. Workshops start every 30 minutes, and supply costs are $7.

    Younger tinkers can also join in the camping fun by creating their own bug jar. This activity, open to all ages, is free; you just need your innovative spirit!


  • Solar Powered Fans
    Make something cool for our summer days — a solar-powered fan. This project is easy to assemble and ready to use — just add sun! Supply cost is $6, recommended for 7 years and up.

    For younger makers we are also offering a design-a-pinwheel activity, free and open to all guests!


  • Cardboard City
    Join us Saturdays in August as we salute our newest exhibit — Roadside America: Through the Lens of John Margolies — by creating a retro recycled city. We’ll use recycled goods to create a whimsical roadside sculpture, sign or building. You can take your creation home or add it to our T.H.I.S. display. This activity is FF (Fun and free!)


  • Best of Discovery Camp 2015
    Our Discovery Camp has wrapped up for the summer, but you can join us on Saturdays in September for a sampling of the innovative fun we had this summer. Free tinkering activities include soil-free-planting of Shasta daisies and creating a cloth pin doll. You can also watch our “Smashes & Crashes” auto safety demonstration and more!

    Make sure to join us on Saturday, September 29th for our Community Maker Pop-Up. We’ve invited local community makers to join our Tinker Task Force, so there will be plenty of things to see and do for all ages! This expanded event runs from 10am – 5pm.

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Youth (age 5-12) $15
Children 4 & under are free.

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