Road Trip to the Henry Ford Museum

My last road trip of the year took me to Detroit to visit the Henry Ford Museum. This museum of innovation features all sorts of things I love – artifacts from history, cars, planes, trains, machinery, furniture, dollhouses…. the list goes on and on.

This was not my favorite road trip but this museum is incredible, making it all worthwhile. I’m going to tell you about a few special exhibits in the coming days but for today I’ll leave you with a handful of pictures.

That last picture is of a train snow plow from Canada. That’s right friends – this museum is so big it has a set of railroad tracks to accommodate a collection of trains. Not to mention the airplanes hanging from the ceiling and the acres of other cool stuff at ground level.

Check back tomorrow. There are stories to tell.

3 thoughts on “Road Trip to the Henry Ford Museum

    • I can’t wait to tell you guys about the museum. He was actually fascinated with Americana and started the museum and Greenfield Village back in the twenties. It was much smaller then and is more modernized now but I think he would love what it has become. We have a lot to thank him for. 🙂 Thank you for reading!

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