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The Great Race Road Rally
Who will win this year’s Great Race? Find out when dozens of antique and vintage cars, trucks and motorcycles cross the grand finish line and winners are named during a special ceremony on the lawn of Henry Ford Museum, this Sunday, July 1 at 2:30 p.m.
This event is free and open to the public.
Following the ceremony, Great Race vehicles will also take a parade lap around Greenfield Village at 4:30 p.m.; admission is required.
The Great Race is a cross-country rally that pits driver/navigator teams against the clock and against each other. This year’s event centered around the Great Lakes, departing from Traverse City, Mich., and covered 19 cities, two countries and four states. For more information on the Great Race, visit www.greatrace.com.
Admission to Greenfield Village is free with membership or $24 adults, $22 senior (62 and up) and $17.50 youth (5-12). Children four and under are free.
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.