In the early 1900’s, Henry Ford was busy putting his mark on the automotive industry. His first major success was the famous Model T, an affordable car that was sturdy enough to handle the rough, unpaved roads of its time. That very model was designed and built at the Piquette Avenue Plant in Detroit, Michigan. The historic landmark changed hands a few times but is now open to the public for private tours and events.
Come take a look inside!
Adults are $10, students are $5, children under 12 are free, and seniors 65 and over are $8. Group tours with a minimum of 10 visitors are $8. Learn more here. Also, while in Michigan, don’t forget to check out the Ford Rouge Factory in Dearborn.