History Comes To Life at the Detroit Historical Museum

The Detroit Historical Museum, located at 5410 Woodward Avenue in Detroit is a true gem in the downtown area. First time visitors are pleasantly surprised that this relatively small, donation only museum packs so much history within its walls. Most visitors say it takes between 2 and 3 hours to explore all the fascinating exhibits, which represent the history of Detroit and southeast Michigan. One of the favorite permanent exhibits is the newly renovated “Streets of Old Detroit” which tells how car manufacturing made … [Read more...]

A Trip Back in Time at Greenfield Village

Greenfield Village is over 200 acres of invention, inspiration and innovation, with over 300 years of history, 26 million artifacts, in an amazing collection started by Henry Ford. If you ever wanted to know what stepping back in time feels like, this is the place. Henry Ford's devotion to preserving American history shows in this wonderful village. Model T Fords drive up and down the streets, steam engines chug down the track and historic homes and buildings make you feel like you’re living in the 1900’s. A great … [Read more...]