The Henry Ford - Dearborn, MI

There's nothing more American than a Ford, so it makes sense that the 200-acre Henry Ford campus in Dearborn, Michigan, would strive to be the epicenter of American history. The automobile showcase component is only a fraction of the experience. Many eras of American history are represented, dating back to before the auto was invented, and progressing up to innovations of tomorrow. There's a living history village, a section of a factory open for touring, an IMAX theater and many special events throughout the year, but the exhibit everyone remembers is American Innovations in the Henry Ford Museum, featuring vehicles that were part of the biggest moments in American history. Among the collection is the bus where Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat. The bus, including that exact seat, is now open for museum guests to board.

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