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It had been awhile since we toured GV. Went after school started which proved to be a good idea because lines were non existent. Everything was as expected again this year except refreshment/drink prices which were a bit out of line. We always seem to...More
I had visited as a child and loved it then and loved it even more as an adult. Very well presented and informative. The people stationed in the different locations were knowledgable and helped you to see what life was like in the time period....More
I am glad we had a BOGO since neither of us was impressed. The buildings look attractive from the outside but have little information inside. I would have expected most to have a person to demo a bit of history and be in costume but...More
A wonderful place to visit so much to see and somewhere we would want to make at least one more visit. It is clean well organised and spacious. Exhibited and staff supporting the exhibits were fantastic.
What a wonderful place! We spend all day and I know we missed some places. At the same time, its fun to just find a bench and watch Model Ts and old buses or horse drawn carriages and buses go by. The day we were...More
Bring your most comfortable walking shoes and prepare to take a journey through American history. Henry Ford's Greenfield Village is more than a collection of historic buildings from a who's who of famous American's, it's an opportunity to learn about the past in an entertaining...More
This composite of Americana created by Henry Ford provides the visitor a convenient way to experience a variety of homes (most of famous people, like Ford's childhood home), farms and businesses from mid-1800's to early 1900's. Especially interesting was Edison's shops from Menlo Park, painstakingly...More
Went to Greenfield Village with little knowledge of the place. What a surprise! Ford brought historic buildings from around the US and assembled them here. You have his house, workshop, Wright Bros. Bicycle shop, Edison’s land and countless more. Also have a steam engine ride,...More
If you are interested in old, historic places and like to be "taken back to a previous time," then the Greenfield Village is for you. Explore the Wright Brother's ACTUAL bike repair shop, where they came up with the concept of the airplane. Go next...More
My husband and I enjoyed the entire day strolling the park, enjoying the history and the grounds. So many families were here. A beautifully made carousel (Herschell Spillman Co -1913) hand crafted an amazing variety of animals that are maticulously painted. The carousel, original model...More
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The All Day Ride Wristband entitles you to full, unlimited access to all 5 of our rides in the Village. These rides include Carousel, Model T, Horse Drawn Carriage, Model A Bus, and Steam Locomotive. All of these... More
The All Day Ride Wristband entitles you to full, unlimited access to all 5 of our rides in the Village. These rides include Carousel, Model T, Horse Drawn Carriage, Model A Bus, and Steam Locomotive. All of these rides except for the Carousel and Model T can be used as transportation throughout the village.