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    One of the best places around to learn about American history. Very kid friendly. There is too much to see in one day. Also make sure you visit Greenfield Village beside it. There you can step back in time and get a glimpse of early American life. You can take a ride in an original Model T and see where the light bulb was invented. New play area inside Greenfield. Plenty of food options at both locations.

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    I’ve been visiting Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum since I was in nursery school in the early ’70s. I now enjoy taking my own children on multiple occasions and learning about our American culture and history. Yes, it is sad to no longer ride the steamboat which was removed, but I am glad to see that many people and volunteers continue to care for this amazing place.

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    My wife and I chose to have our wedding at The Henry Ford, specifically Lovett Hall. It was an absolutely gorgeous event. For the best day of our lives, we chose the best venue. We worked with Donna Van Landschoot and she was phenomenal! She helped compose an easy-to-follow plan and was very speedy with adjustments as we needed them. It was crucial. Thanks, Donna!The ballroom was beautiful and the village served up some great photography opportunities. We strongly recommend as it is worth every penny.

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    It took us an entire day just to get through all the auto and truck exhibits. We even saw our original Corvair that was our first car. It is like walking back through your own family history; your dads truck, our family car, my high school car that I popped the clutch to peel the tires and instead dropped the entire transmission, my jeep from the Army in Vietnam and so much more. There is so much more and we will be back for another visit!!! lp

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    This place has so many incredible displays of American history that go far beyond just the trains and cars. This was one of the best stops on the book tour to learn about America as a whole and just how big a piece that Henry Ford is in American History.