Step into America’s Past


Greenfield Village  |

Greenfield Village is a vast outdoor museum spread across more than 80 acres, a place where America’s past feels like the present. Located in Dearborn — just a short drive from downtown Detroit — there are 83 authentic historic structures, each portraying life as Americans lived since the founding years of the country.

Walk through the lab where Thomas Edison gave the world light, to the workshop where the Wright Brothers gave us wings and the building where Abraham Lincoln practiced law. Visit the home where Noah Webster wrote the first American dictionary and the farmhouse where Henry Ford grew up. Step into the sounds, sights and sensations of 300 years of American life. Be sure to check out the Henry Ford Museum.

20900 Oakland Blvd.