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Maker Faire Returns to The Henry Ford
The Maker Faire Detroit returns to The Henry Ford, July 28-29. It's a two-day, family friendly festival featuring more than 300 makers, tinkers and hackers displaying their wares, fares, ideas and inventions.
Maker Faire Detroit offers everything from robots, flame shooters, animatronics, solar-powered mechanical sculptures, fashionable finds, to musical performances, fire arts and hands-on activities. Back by popular demand are some Faire favorites including The LifeSize Mousetrap, Cirque Amongus, i3Detroit Hackerspace and Handmade Detroit. And don’t forget the Coke and Mentos guys!
Members of The Henry Ford can purchase their tickets beginning April 25, with non-member tickets available starting May 9. For more information, call (313) 982-6001 or visit www.thehenryford.org/makerfaire.
Museum/Village admission $35 for adults, $30 seniors and $25.50 youths 5-12. Museum admission is $17 adults, $15 seniors and $12.50 youths. Greenfield Village admission is $24 adults, $22 seniors, $17.50 youths. With membership, admission is free.
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More About Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village is West Dearborn's premier tourist attraction. Established in 1929 and world-renowned for its incredible collection of historical treasures, the 12-acre museum houses inspiring historical pieces such as the bus Rosa Parks rode in and a rare reproduction of the Declaration of Independence. The village invites visitors to step back in time and into the lives of some of our country's most innovative and accomplished thinkers, as it holds the homes of Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, The Wright Brothers and more.