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Henry Ford Museum

Museo histórico
The Henry Ford, Dearborn
  • MaryEllen C.
    "And splurge on the docent tour (excursiones): it's well worth it."(9 Tips)
    Mitzi L.
    "I did ask for a student discount (descuentos para estudiantes)."(2 Tips)
    Kimberly P.
    "Everything such great history, Rosa Parks (parques) Bus,Lincoln ' s chair,"(6 Tips)
    Ben S.
    "The recently refurbished Driving America exhibit (exposiciones) is awesome."(17 Tips)
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  • Yazmin R.
    Yazmin RoqueSeptiembre 4, 2017
    Toma tu tiempo llega temprano porque vas a necesitarlo, toma el viaje a la planta un lugar impactante y el museo es extenso, completo pero incluso puedes comer en un McDonals que está dentro del museo
  • Kendy P.
    Kendy PreciadoSeptiembre 21, 2013
    Si eres amante de los carros clasicos, entonces este sera tu museo favorito
  • Jorge F.
    Jorge FuertesSeptiembre 8, 2014
    Museo normalito del mundo del transporte... Un poco caro para lo que es. El parking vale 5$
  • Erik C.
    Erik CintronOctubre 7, 2013
    Has to be one of the most involved biggest museums ever. Besides cars it had whole bunch of history. You need 2 trips to finish it. The gift shop was cool. So many exhibits def a must do. Loved it
    Votación a favor hace hace 3 semanas
  • Jen
    JenFebrero 25, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 10 veces
    Such a fun place to spend a day, with so many things to see and do! Don't forget to check out the gallery space for traveling and limited time exhibits!
    Votación a favor hace hace 4 semanas
  • Alan D.
    One day is not enough to see and experience everything. It’s history come back to life. Simply amazing experience. Hard to put into words . If this is not on your bucket list it should be.
    Votación a favor hace Oct 6
  • Maureen K.
    Maureen KavanaughOctubre 15, 2013
    The BEST part of our vacation. Pricey, but if you stay in the main building, $56 for a family of 3 + parking. You could easily spend 6+ hours roaming around. In the long run, good bang for the buck.
  • Nicole R.
    Nicole RovigNoviembre 11, 2017
    Be sure to see the Rosa Parks bus and take the Ford factory tour. Vets be sure to go on Veteran’s Day weekend, as you and your family get free admission to Henry Ford and the Village.
    Votación a favor hace Sep 25
  • Ben S.
    Ben SpedoskeMayo 20, 2015
    Ha estado aquí más de 5 veces
    Must-see. A unique, fun, & very worthwhile place. The recently refurbished Driving America exhibit is awesome. Check out the Dymaxion House for something quirky.
  • Dave M.
    Dave MortensenAgosto 31, 2016
    Best museum ever! It's not a Ford museum, but an American history museum. Fantastic variety of original pieces of history.
  • Sofia U.
    Sofia UzAgosto 24, 2016
    An absolute must! Do a factory tour as well- F150 assembly line is simply mesmerizing! Museum has the largest collection of retro cars, engines etc. plan 2-3 hours to see everything
  • Inan B.
    Inan BegicSeptiembre 30, 2016
    If you're an early bird, make sure to get the chocolate carrot muffin at Lamy's Diner, which is located inside the museum.
  • Richard R.
    Some of the greatest assortment of classic cars I've ever seen. Also a walk down America's greatest history.
  • Tristan J.
    Tristan JutrasJunio 25, 2013
    Amazing collection of technology (and a bit of culture) from the Industrial Revolution onward. Give yourself the better part of a day to soak it all in. You can always lunch at the Weinermobile Café!
  • David P.
    David PatrickDiciembre 15, 2016
    A great place for any age for old to remember and young to experience history of all types. Great venue.
  • Randy T.
    Randy TateJunio 26, 2016
    Lots of automotive memorabilia, locomotives, presidential limousines. Neat exhibits dedicated to inventors and innovation. Take the time to explore this fascinating museum.
  • Michelle L.
    Michelle LAgosto 12, 2014
    Great museum...so much to see! The wienermobile is there. The IMAX theater is awesome.
  • Edwulf
    EdwulfJunio 4, 2015
    Best museum of all over the place, renewed on 2012 the car collection is astounding. Tip: go car exhibition first then the rest. Is quicker.
  • Harvey T.
    Harvey TomNoviembre 14, 2015
    Great place for the family to visit. Also, Green Field Village is right next door so it's a great place to spend the day.
  • Ђорђе Г.
    Such a gem of a museum!The best thing: food is allowed while walking aroundFavorite exhibit: The engines room, super unique!
  • K12 Inc
    K12 IncMarzo 2, 2012
    Did you know? Henry Ford began his collection in the 1910s. He focused on common objects used in everyday life because he thought history focused too much on wars and politics. Leer más
  • Brenda B.
    Brenda BuiskoolFebrero 8, 2016
    As a member, i make many trips throughout the year to events at The Ford and Greenfield Village on same property. Always top notch,incl factory.
  • Denise S.
    Denise SonnenbergNoviembre 27, 2013
    Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum are my among favorite places in Michigan. Love Edison's lab and the boarding house brought in from their original location.
  • Jeff
    JeffJunio 13, 2015
    If you go to the "Made in America - Power" section, there's a display case with some strange artifacts, including Edison's Last Breath and a death mask of Tesla.
  • Chris H.
    Chris HarrisonEnero 3, 2013
    Go early to the Lego exhibit so you don't have to wait in line build at the end
  • Almir A.
    Almir AlexandreNoviembre 15, 2014
    O museu é muito bacana. Veja a história do automóvel e um pouco da história americana também. Vários carros, e até carruagem, dos presidentes estão por lá.
  • Scott D.
    Scott DunhamAbril 22, 2010
    My boys love the Ford! Every trip, they make a beeline for the trains and airplanes. They always want to eat at the Michigan Cafe- great food. And don't miss the Rouge Plant tour.
  • MaryEllen C.
    MaryEllen ColemanNoviembre 21, 2016
    Plan to spend an entire day here! And splurge on the docent tour: it's well worth it.
  • Breanne G.
    Breanne GreenAbril 9, 2012
    They have a "Macy's 2nd Mondays" event here for kids under 5. It is fun! They have a different event every month. If you are looking for something to shake it up Leer más
  • Casey G.
    Casey GardnerAgosto 12, 2010
    Have lunch @ the Weiner Dog Cafe - then have your picture made in front of the original weinermobile or make a mold to take home with you. Can even buy a toy weinermobile in the gift shop next to cafe
  • Audrey U.
    Audrey UlshEnero 20, 2014
    Make sure to check out the Mold-O-Rama machines scattered around. Make your own souvenir!
  • John V.
    John Van DuzerAbril 11, 2015
    Interesting stuff if you like industrial history. The displays change, they only display a very small part of their stock at a time.
  • Ron W.
    Ron WAgosto 5, 2016
    The Maker Faire was running at the time we were there. So much history, and great trains.
  • Alec C.
    Alec CormackNoviembre 24, 2017
    Surprised me with the range of exhibits- it’s not just about cars.
  • Chuck G.
    Chuck GriffithsMayo 27, 2013
    Ha estado aquí más de 25 veces
    Membership is a great value and DFCU has an excellent coupon online for a discount.
  • Raquel C.
    Raquel Cantero AlfaroMarzo 28, 2016
    Once a life! There's a complete museum not only about cars! History of civil rights, women vote and so on
  • Yessenia I.
    Yessenia IniguezFebrero 19, 2016
    The antiques were beautiful there and so was the little theatre for Black History Month 👌
  • Elizabeth
    ElizabethAgosto 27, 2013
    Be sure to check out the Model T that is on display... they take it apart each day and allow visitors to put it back together!
  • Mark M.
    Mark Miller (JRDN)Abril 2, 2013
    One of my absolute favorite places as a kid & still today. Now I take my OWN field-trips and re-explore history.
  • Sarah C.
    Sarah CoxAbril 27, 2013
    If you like morbid things (and who doesn't?) you will be please to know the chair Lincoln died in is here.
  • Crystal
    CrystalNoviembre 22, 2015
    Everything is awesome. Plan to spend time and enjoy the past.
  • Simone W.
    Simone WoodFebrero 26
    I love learning about each and every exhibit
  • Scott F.
    Scott FishmanAgosto 21, 2014
    Kind if Wally World approach here a 1/2 hr early. Grandpa Lenny would be proud
  • Neil Y.
    Neil YaremchukEnero 18, 2011
    Good time to go is around 1:30pm. The school field trips have cleared out and you have the museum to your self.
  • Jenda
    JendaSeptiembre 10, 2015
    It gets super crowded here on weekends. Go early and budget at least 4-5 hours for browsing.
  • Erin B.
    Erin BrodhagenEnero 22, 2016
    Another great place of history!!! Something for every history lover in here...from presidential limos to classic Ford cars to the Weinermobile :-):-):-):-)
  • Barbara B.
    Was perfect!! I love this museum so much!
  • Mary W.
    Mary W.Marzo 15, 2011
    While Autos in American Life is getting a facelift, check out the Dymaxion House, the Highland Park engines, and the Rosa Parks Bus. You still need more than a day to see all the awesome!
  • Cristiano
    CristianoOctubre 4, 2013
    Excelente visita e opção em Detroit. Vale a pena cada minuto. Muito bom !
  • Johnie T.
    Johnie ThomasDiciembre 31, 2011
    Though an inspiration if you attempt to act on that inspiration as an MBE you might see the true colors of its superstructure....aka Black Knight
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