The Dearborn Historical Museum is operated by the city of Dearborn to help visitors and residents preserve and…More promote the historical heritage of Dearborn.
The museum features three historic structures: the 1833 Commandant's Quarters, which was once part of the Detroit Arsenal built in Dearbornville in 1833; the 1883 McFadden-Ross House, which was originally the Powder Magazine of the Detroit Arsenal and now houses Historical records and changing exhibits; and the 1832 Gardner house, which gives visitors a glimpse into what life was like in Dearborn back in the 1800s.
The museum hosts private events, lectures and special events by appointment.
The Dearborn Inn, A Marriott Hotel 20301 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI48124 The Dearborn Inn is metro Detroit's beautifully renovated historic hotel. Founded in 1931, this hotel is located…More next to the Henry Ford Museum. The hotel showcases Henry Ford automobile themes. This is a smoke-free environment with 17 meeting rooms, four floors and 229 rooms. The hotel accommodates guests with high-speed Internet, HDTV and cozy, down comforters and pillows.
Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village 20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI48124 Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village is West Dearborn's premier tourist attraction. Established in 1929 and…More 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.