Recommandé par 45 habitants ·
Pourquoi les habitants le recommandent
With 1.6 million visitors a year, this is one of the state’s major attractions and it’s easy to see why. It's a jam-packed, awe-inspiring place. You can see the 1896 Ford Quadricycle and the first 1965 Ford Mustang, sit inside the bus on which Rosa Parks was arrested, and savor my favorite exhibit: a 1950s-era Oscar Mayer Wienermobile. Go early and spend the entire day. I'll go in the morning and be startled when the announcement is made that they'll be closing in 15 minutes and I've only seen half of what I wanted to see. It's just a fascinating place and a wonderful reminder of how much ingenuity came out of America.
Conseils des habitants
*Note* the pictures posted above are from Greenfield Village's sister museum, the Henry Ford Museum. Greenfield Village is too amazing and difficult to describe here. Check out their website! And make a full day of it by also visiting the Henry Ford Museum, another amazing spot!
A great trip through history. See the chair Lincoln was shot, the first cars Henry Ford made, a self contained 1950s modular home.
World class museum. Great permanent exhibits and many special exhibits and events.
Visit Henry Ford styled Detroit in the early 1900s. Vintage historic memories for the entire family!
Activités uniques à proximité
Les habitants recommandent également
“The Detroit Zoo is home to more than 2,400 animals representing 235 species. The zoo includes a 4-d Theater, Simulator ride, Carousel, and many more experiences for you to enjoy. Not only does the Detroit Zoo have all the animals to visit but they also host a number of fun events for children and adults including Wild Lights, Polar Beers, Sensory Dinner with Santa, Breakfast with Santa, Cookies with the Clauses and Run wild to name a few.”
- Recommandé par 47 habitants
“Entertainment, reclining seats available and skybox seats, its one of the best theaters nearby. Also bowling bar and grill is available.”
- Recommandé par 18 habitants
“Part of the Wayne State University campus, The Wright Museum, founded in 1965, explores and celebrates African American culture and history. Home to over 35,000 artifacts, the museum’s core exhibit is the largest display on African American history in the world. Rotating exhibitions, events, and educational resources are all available to enhance your visit.”
- Recommandé par 19 habitants
Grocery or Supermarket
“Metro Detroit’s leading choice for grocery needs. A family business serving the neighborhood for the past 60yrs, focusing on high quality products coupled with friendly neighborhood service. A great place to get meals to go, with a salad bar, sushi bar, pasta bar, hot dinners, cold lunches, tasty produce and all the right beverages to quench your thirsts. ”
- Recommandé par 16 habitants