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It closes at the end of December, and does not reopen until mid-April.
 
It closes at the end of December, and does not reopen until mid-April.
  
Visitors can walk, take a historic Model-T, ride in a locomotive, and take a Mississippi River-style paddleboat to tour the Village.  Most of the village is outdoors, so watch out for the weather.
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This is a "must see". A massive historical and entertainment complex, a leading attraction with a keen focus on innovations.  Highlights include: Lincoln's chair, Rosa Park's bus, JFK's limos, original historic structures, nice shops, great food, and, not surprisingly, a spectacular history of the automobile collection that is a football field long. Visitors may have many entertaining experiences such as mini-shows, music, parades, train rides, and Model T rides.
  
 
*'''Automotive Hall of Fame''' [http://www.automotivehalloffame.org/]
 
*'''Automotive Hall of Fame''' [http://www.automotivehalloffame.org/]

Revision as of 03:52, 24 December 2008

Dearborn is a city in Wayne County in the state of Michigan. It is known for the second-largest Arab-American population in the United States, after New York City.

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  • The Henry Ford (Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village), [1].

Visitors should plan at least one full day for the village, and another full day for the Museum.

  • Adults: $20.00
  • Senior (62+): $19.00
  • Children (5-12): $14.00
  • Under 5: Free
  • Members are free
  • Unlimited Daily Ride Pass: $10.00

The village is open 7 days a week, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm. It closes at the end of December, and does not reopen until mid-April.

This is a "must see". A massive historical and entertainment complex, a leading attraction with a keen focus on innovations. Highlights include: Lincoln's chair, Rosa Park's bus, JFK's limos, original historic structures, nice shops, great food, and, not surprisingly, a spectacular history of the automobile collection that is a football field long. Visitors may have many entertaining experiences such as mini-shows, music, parades, train rides, and Model T rides.

  • Automotive Hall of Fame [2]

Do

Buy

Eat

  • Buddy's Pizza, 22148 Michigan Avenue, 313-562-5900, [3]. Open Mon-Thurs from 11am to 10pm, Fri from 11am to 11pm, Sat from 11:30am to 11pm, and Sun from 12pm to 10pm. Detroit's #1 Square Deep Dish Pizza.
  • Miller's Bar, 23700 Michigan Avenue, 313-565-2577, [4]. Open Mon-Sat from 11am to 12:30am. Known for the "best burgers" in Dearborn and throughout Michigan. Basic menu of hamburgers, fries, and drinks. Fairly reasonable prices.

Drink

Balleys Irish Pub at Michigan Ave and Mason. They have something like 30 beers on tap.

Sleep

  • The Dearborn Inn, 20301 Oakwood, 313-271-2700, [5]. 222 rooms.
  • Doubletree Hotel Dearborn, 5801 Southfield Expressway, 313-336-3340

[6] . 347 rooms

  • Hyatt Regency Dearborn, 600 Town Center Drive, 313-593-1234 [7]. 772 guest rooms. Lots of amenities including fitness center. Close to Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum.
  • Red Roof Inn, 24130 Michigan Avenue, 313-278-9732, [8].
  • Ritz-Carlton Dearborn, 300 Town Center Drive, 313-441-2000, [9]. 308 guest rooms. Close to Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum. Approximately 30 minutes from Ann Arbor.
  • Courtyard Marriott

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