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The Henry Ford Museum in Michigan

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Topic: The Henry Ford Museum in Michigan
Posted By: Gershom
Subject: The Henry Ford Museum in Michigan
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2017 at 14:40
I am planning to write a journal on the evolution of automobiles in America. I have been reading different journals and books on the American automobiles. 

I think that I should also visit some good automobile museums to gather some information and experience. I read that the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan is rich in valuable insights into the auto industry of the past." rel="nofollow - Seeing, the pictures, I so excited to see and experience the Golden era of the automobile industry in America.

I will be visiting there next month. Has anybody been there? How was your experience? Please share.

"There is room for all"

Posted By: Guests
Date Posted: 16 Jan 2017 at 17:35
I have not been, but I envy you this opportunity to go. Henry Ford was a truly great American, and the single most iconic figure of the 2nd Phase (American) of the Industrial Revolution. The man was not only an ingenious engineer and industrialist, he also promoted powerful social reforms that improved the average quality of life for his people.

Enjoy the visit!

Posted By: EW World
Date Posted: 24 Jun 2017 at 12:56
I heard it is magnificent. There are tons of exhibits and it truly documents the excellence that "golden era" had to offer. Definitely worth checking out. And I don't think tickets are too expensive. Also there is an IMAX theater in that building, and sometimes they have special shows.

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