The Henry Ford

  • The Henry Ford

    The Henry Ford

    250 acres of innovation. 300 years of history. 26 million artifacts. At The Henry Ford, you’ll discover America — its culture, inventions, people and can-do spirit —and hundreds of hands-on ways to explore it, enjoy it, be inspired by it.

  • The Henry Ford: A National Treasure 

    The Henry Ford is an internationally-recognized cultural destination that brings the past forward by immersing visitors in the stories of ingenuity, resourcefulness and innovation that helped shape America. Dreamers, doers, movers and makers come here for unforgettable experiences that make yesterday feel like today. Gain perspective, get inspired and make your own history at The Henry Ford

    The Henry Ford has been voted:
        "One of the Country's Best Museums" - Conde Nast Traveler
        "Top 10 Best Museum for Families" - USA Today
        "Favorite Museum for Groups" - National Tour Association
        "Top 10 Tourist Attraction Nationwide" - Family Fun Magazine
        "One of the Top 10 places to be inspired by innovation" - USA Today 

  • America's Greatest History Destination

    300 years of history. 26 million artifacts. 4 Unique Attractions. Discover America - its culture, inventions, people and can-do spirit. Plan your visit today

    Innovation Nation
    Tune in to The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation, a weekly Saturday morning television show on CBS hosted by Mo Rocca. You'll be entertained by today's change-makers as well as innovations past and present using artifacts exclusive to The Henry Ford Archive of American Innovation.
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    Must-See National Treasures & Experiences  
    • John F. Kennedy's Limousine
    • Rosa Parks Bus
    • Abraham Lincoln's Chair
    • Model T Rides
    • Thomas Edison's Menlo Park
    • Wright Brother's Home & Cycle Shop
    • World Class Artisans
    • R. Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion House
    • Assembly Plant Tour
    Must-See Events

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