Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village
20900 Oakwood Blvd
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Come celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the many ordinary people who had the extraordinary courage and commitment to ask for more from their nation on civil rights. FREE admission on Martin Luther King Day courtesy of The Henry Ford.
Holiday Nights in Greenfield Village
An evening of caroling, ice-skating and bustling streets filled with yuletide goods culminates in a fireworks-filled sky, enchanting you with the warmth of the holidays in one of the nation’s most beloved annual traditions.
IDEA 2017 Preview
The Industrial Designers Society of America promotes the practice and education of Industrial Design.
Health Benefits of Going for a Walk
Spring is technically here, and as it promises to get warmer, it’s the perfect time to get outside and breathe in the fresh air. Whether going to the store or spending the day in the park, you will be taking in these physical and psychological health benefits by going for a walk
IMPROVED BRAIN FUNCTION
Walking offers much more than physical health benefits. Exercising, including going for walks regularly, can improve thinking skills and is even linked to better memory. Because walking is…
Detroit Industrial Hack
GE Digital, the newest company within the GE portfolio, is bringing the Industrial Internet to life, by connecting minds and machines. The GE Digital Hub Detroit, located between Detroit and Ann Arbor, is home to nearly 800 of the world's best Digital Technology professionals who are changing the way we work by leveraging our Predix platform
We are proud to present this year's Detroit Maker Faire at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation. As part of the Maker Faire, we will host…
The Beatles Conquer America
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Capitol Records released this album on January 20, 1964—just in time for the Beatles’ visit to America. THF31877
In early 1964, young Beatles fans might have listened for their favorite hits with an inexpensive, hand-held transistor radio like this “Zenette” model, made by the Zenith Radio…