Although The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan may bear the name of The Ford Motor Company’s founder, the five-attraction cultural destination is much more than a museum about cars. In fact, Mr. Ford founded the museum to celebrate what he called the “common genius” of the American people. Ready to be inspired?
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Henry Ford brought more than cars to Detroit. He founded what has grown to become America's greatest history attraction, The Henry Ford, with four unparalleled venues: Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village, the Ford Rouge Factory Tour and Michigan's largest IMAX screen.
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The Henry Ford 20900 Oakwood Blvd Dearborn, MI 48121313.982.6001TheHenryFord.orgCall Center hours are 7 days a week, 9AM-5PM
Greenfield VillageHours: Monday-Sunday 9:30AM-5PMClosed from January 2nd - April 14Open only on weekends in November & DecemberClosed Thanksgiving & Christmas Days
Ford Rouge FactoryHours: Monday-Saturday 9:30AM-5PMTours leave every 20 minutesLast tour leaves at 3PMYou may be touring the plant during partial or complete shut-downProduction of trucks is not guaranteed during your visitTour not available on Sundays
The Henry Ford IMAX Theater
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