Where is The Henry Ford Museum?
The Henry Ford is a huge site in Dearborn near Detroit, Michigan consisting of the Ford Museum, Ford production facility, an IMAX movie theater and Greenfield Village, a replica village from the 19th century where you can visit the birthplace of Henry Ford and drive historic Ford Model T through the streets.
“The Henry Ford “deliberately does not mean”the Henry Ford Museum”. To call this enormous complex a Museum would simply be an understatement.
The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan, immediately southwest of Detroit, Michigan, is the collective term for a production site, Museum, IMAX cinema and a 19th-Century Village – the Greenfield Village, all conceived, built and collected by the industrial revolutionary Henry Ford.
Address: 20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124
Phone: (313) 982-6001
Visitation: 1.7 million
Founded: October 21, 1929
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