The Henry Ford Museum and the Greenfield Village are two museums opened by Henry Ford, automobile and manufacturer of the famous Ford vehicles. Established in 1929 as memorials for himself, the two exhibition complexes are located in Dearborn, Michigan.
The Henry Ford Museum consists of an early 19th c. Street reconstruction filled with shops and workshops, the Decorative Arts Galleries, which is composed of a series of decorated period rooms showcasing the development of American decorative and applied art, and the Main Exhibition Hall.
On the other hand, the Greenfield Village is an open-air museum with 100 historic 18th and 19th century buildings from all over the country. Aside from different houses, visitors can find other public buildings, the birth house of Henry Ford, the Wright brothers? bicycle factory, a school, and a railroad station.
Aside from the shops in the Village Craft Center, visitors will be delighted to see a display of cars from all over the world.
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