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Spread over more than 90-acres, Greenfield Village comes alive with the unforgettable sights, sounds and settings of Americas past. The Henry Ford is an independent, not-for-profit organization. We depend on ticket purchases, income from our gift shops and restaurants, and tax-deductible contributions and memberships for support.
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20900 Oakwood Blvd.
Dearborn, MI 48124 
( 313 ) 982.6001

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See a Real Model T
Not only will you see the Model T in motion, but you can take a ride in the car that changed America forever - at Henry Ford's Model T district in Greenfield Village.

A Working Phonograph
Edison used the best scientific equipment available at the time. Witness the phonograph of yesterday today. You can also browse upstairs and see where the lightbulb was born.

The Original Light Bulb
See the lab where Edison brought us light and see some of his old lightbulbs up close and in person.
Wright Brothers' Cycle Shop
The Wright Cycle Shop is considered the "birthplace of aviation." See the original building where the Wright Flyer was made in the Main Street district of Greenfield Village. 

Ride an Antique Carousel
Herschell-Spillman made the only carousels with giant green frogs - and they are the only carousel animals that wear human clothes! Hop on board and enjoy the ride.

Witness True Craftmanship
Artisans demonstrate the glass blowing process from start to finish daily in the authentic traditions of the 19th and early 20th centuries at the 75 year old "Sandwich Glass Plant." The Henry Ford is closed Thanksgiving and Christmas days.


Q: How long does it take to visit Henry Ford Museum? Greenfield Village? Ford Rouge Factory Tour?
A: There is so much to see and do at the Henry Ford, there really is no set amount of time spent that will suit every visitor. We suggest combo tickets and a multi-day, multi-venue ticket if you are interested in a “deep dive” into all of our exhibitions and programs. However, you do not need much time at all to be inspired by our brand of History—a couple of well placed hours are all it takes for a great visit. Our easy trip planner or our interactive venue maps (see the home page of this website) are a great way to get an overview. (If you are visiting Ford Rouge Factory Tour, be sure to build in enough time for travel to and from the main campus of the Museum—count an extra hour, ˝ hour each way.)

Q: Is the facility handicap accessible and do you provide wheelchairs/scooters?
A: The Museum is wheelchair-accessible, however due to the historic nature of the Village many of our buildings, strollers and wheelchairs cannot enter all buildings in the Village. We have both wheelchair and electric scooters available for rental on a first come first serve basis. We do not take advanced reservations of wheelchairs/scooters.

Q: Does Greenfield close due to inclement weather?
A: Greenfield Village is a rain/snow or shine operation. No refunds or exchanges are issued by the Henry Ford due to weather. Greenfield Village does close from January 1st through April 14th due to seasonal cold and off season maintenance.

Q: How old is the village?
A: Greenfield Village was founded on October 21, 1929 as an educational and historic landmark, maintaining the buildings and stories of America’s past for future generations.

Q: May I bring my stroller, wheelchair or electric scooter to The Henry Ford?
A: Yes, you are welcome to bring your own children’s strollers, small wagons, wheelchairs or electric scooters (carts) into all venues of The Henry Ford. This equipment is also available to rent on a first-come, first-served basis. Upright scooters (Segways) are not allowed. We also do not allow bicycles, tricycles, recreational scooters, in-line skates or roller skates of any kind. For a list of all rules and regulations at The Henry Ford, please click here.

Q: Are pets allowed at The Henry Ford?
A: No, generally, pets are not allowed on premises. Service animals are allowed with certain exceptions.

Q: May I bring food or drink into The Henry Ford?
A: Yes, you are welcome to bring a small amount of food or beverage into The Henry Ford, however, we have many onsite vending, snack areas, and one of a kind restaurants to suit your needs. Outside alcohol is not allowed, but beer and wine are available for purchase daily and at many events.

Q: Do you need advanced reservations?
A: Advanced reservations are required for Groups of 15 or more and strongly recommended for the IMAX Theater. For smaller groups of guests visiting The Henry Ford Museum or Greenfield Village, no prior reservations are necessary. Please purchase your IMAX tickets either on our website or by calling our Call Center at (313) 982-6001. Group reservations must be made through our Call Center at the same number. The Henry Ford Call Center is open 7 days a week, 9:00am to 5:00pm.

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