Henry Ford Museum
The Henry Ford Museum is located in Dearborn, Michigan and is considered a world class museum for its celebration of 300 years of American History and innovation. The purpose is to inspire visitors to learn from past traditions while shaping a better future. Their goal is to provide unique educational experiences following the traditions of American ingenuity, innovation and resourcefulness. The Henry Ford is also host to a Day Out with Thomas the tank engine event.
There are five distinct attractions at the Henry Ford Museum including the Greenfield Village, The Ford Rouge Factory Tour, The Henry Ford IMAX Theater, and The Benson Ford Research Center. Also the museum houses some 26 million artifacts and documents including the Menlo Park laboratory which belonged to Thomas Edison, the actual bus famous by Rosa Parks who refused to give her seat up, Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion House, and the Wright Brothers' home and cycle shop.
Truly a unique museum experience and inspiring place to visit with the entire family. The Henry Ford upholds the conviction of being a partner in education while helping teachers instruct with innovation and providing the imaginative spirit within a child. Come and see this 12 acre site of history and innovation which includes the personal collection of Henry Ford and other historic objects that can be traced back to 1906.
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Henry Ford Museum Day Out with Thomas video
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