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October 06, 2009


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Steve Davis

I remember going here in my teens which is a heck of a long time ago. The one thing I do remember is how fantastic it was. What a neat place.

Being a Kennedy assassination freak I found out the Lincoln he rode in that tragic day is apparently there. I'm told it doesn't look the same but is the genuine article.



Steve-Greenfield Village and The Henry Ford Museum are both pretty fantastic--we're lucky to live so close and be able to go as often as we do.
The Kennedy car is in the indoor museum. I understand some of the protective features like bulletproof glass and some armored plates were added after the assassination.

Peter West Carey

An awesome slice of Americana that I never knew existed in Michigan. It looks like a great place to visit. Thanks for the write-up!


Peter-Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum are definite must-dos if you're anywhere near here. I've used shots from both the village and the museum for Photo Friday posts in the past, but realized I hadn't done a full story about either one for the blog before now--which means I'll probably do a full post about The Henry
Ford somewhere along the way, too. The campus also includes an IMAX theater (last flick we saw there was a U2 concert film, which I loved) and the Rouge plant (which we've yet to get over to tour).

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