The Henry Ford Museum

1934 FordThe Henry Ford Museum: People who are into classic cars understand the importance of the greater Detroit area, and of course the impact that Henry Ford had on the industry cannot be overstated.

With the above in mind, every true automotive enthusiast must visit the Henry Ford Museum at least once in his or her lifetime. And if you have a family, you really owe your children the opportunity to take in all of the history that is housed within this incredible facility.

The museum features an awesome permanent vintage car collection as well as an ongoing series of exhibits and events. One of the current exhibits is Driving America. It is being billed as the world’s premier automotive exhibit and it is getting fantastic reviews from visitors.

Another exhibit that is highly anticipated is Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition. 2012 represents the 100th anniversary of the historic sinking of the Titanic, and there will be some 300 genuine Titanic artifacts on display at the Henry Ford Museum. This exhibit is going to debut on March 31 and it will remain open through September 30 of this year.

The Henry Ford Museum can also connect you with a factory tour, and the facility provides visitors with access to a one-of-a-kind research center as well. And, there is a spectacular IMAX theater on the property as the icing on the cake.

You really cannot outdo a visit to the Henry Ford Museum for 360° of pure family fun.

The Henry Ford Museum is located at the intersection of Oakwood Blvd. and Village Road in Dearborn, Michigan. It is open seven days a week all year around from nine o’clock in the morning until five o’clock in the evening.

For detailed information you can give them a call at 800.835.5237 or simply visit the very well put together and highly informative Henry Ford Museum website.

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