The Henry Ford (Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation) is an indoor and outdoor history museum situated in Detroit, USA. The museum was opened in 1929 in a purpose-built building designed by architect Robert Q. Derrick. The museum has a collection of historic objects that date back as far as 1906. Some of its more notable pieces are the car John F Kennedy was in when he was assassinated and Abraham Lincoln's chair from Ford’s Theatre. The museum is the largest indoor-outdoor museum in the whole of the USA.
If travelling to the museum by car, the museum has its own parking lot that is open for visitors to use; parking in the car park will come with a small fee. The 140 bus service stops outside of the museum.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open seven days a week, 9.30am-5pm. Admission to the museum costs 23$ for adults, 21$ for seniors and $17.25 for youths.