Henry Ford Optimeyes 22850 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI48124 Henry Ford Optimeyes is an opthalmology practice. The office offers regular eye exams, the treatment of eye conditions…More and eyeglass and contact lens fitting and prescriptions.
Henry Ford Centennial Library 16301 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI48126 The Henry Ford Centennial Library is the largest of Dearborn's four branches. Its name comes from the fact that Ford…More Motor Company deeded the land where the library was to be built to the city on July 30, 1963 — the 100th anniversary of Henry Ford's birth. The library cost approximately $3.5 million to build, with all of the funds coming from Ford Motor Company and the Ford Foundation. Although the Henry Ford Centennial originally housed only library staff, the Dearborn Health Department relocated its offices into the west end of the building in 1979, where they have remained ever since.
Henry Ford Estate 4901 Evergreen Rd, Dearborn, MI48128 The Henry Ford Estate, on the University of Michigan-Dearborn's campus, was the home of Henry and Clara Ford. Once open…More to the public, the house is now reserved for private events and is owned by the university. The grounds, however, which include several walking paths along the river and Clara's famous rose garden, still are open to the public. Take note that a permit is required to take photos on the property.
Ford Motor Company 21500 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI48124 Ford Motor Company houses its corporate and customer service center in Dearborn, where the company was founded by Henry…More Ford in 1903. Ford is a manufacturer of trucks, cars, electrical vehicles and utility vehicles. Ford is widely known for its groundbreaking use of the assembly line.
Henry Ford Estate Restaurant 4901 Evergreen Rd, Dearborn, MI48128 The Henry Ford Estate Restaurant occupies what used to be the estate's pool room. The restaurant, which consists of…More several rooms, serves lunch on weekdays and regularly hosts special events and wedding parties. Voted the 'Most Unique Setting for Lunch' by Hour Detroit in 2003, The Henry Ford Estate Restaurant only accepts reservations for groups of six or more.