The Henry Ford is not merely a really, really big museum. It is a 250-acre history and activities complex. This year, The Henry Ford celebrates its 90th anniversary.
Explore these six college town museums, located throughout Michigan, for a fascinating look at Michigan’s history and art.
Detroit’s Underground Railroad Living Museum illuminates the role the city played in African American history.
The Port of Ludington Maritime Museum explains the region’s marine history with three floors of interactive exhibits.
The Mitten State is home to many odd and fascinating museums. We’ve rounded up seven of our favorite weird Michigan museums.
The Keweenaw Peninsula, a rocky finger of land jutting into the icy blue of Superior, is a wild and remote place, with a generous pinch of magic and myth.
Greenfield Village, part of The Henry Ford museum complex in Dearborn, will mark its 90th anniversary on October 21.
The League of American Historic Theatres lists more than 70 in Michigan, enough to concoct your own popcorn-powered tour whether you’re in the mood for a classic film, first-run movie or live stage show.
The Ford Rouge Factory Tour is Michigan’s only automotive factory tour—and a chance to see the beefy F-150 truck being built before your eyes.