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Experience the Original Model T Factory Visiting the Piquette Avenue Ford Plant is a unique experience-it's the oldest auto plant open to the public anywhere in the world. Almost unchanged since Henry Ford's day, the plant is a three-story New...more
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We recently did a tour with Tom, and we could have stayed for HOURS. It was a great piece of history, and the team at the Ford Piquette Ave Plant really know their stuff!
Not only was the team welcoming and knowledgeable, they made the...More
I surprised my husband with a visit to the Piquette Museum after he had taken me to see Michael Buble the night before. He loves cars and history and I had no doubt he would love the museum after reading the TripAdvisor reviews. We had...More
Informative guide. One of the original Ford plants, a little bit about the history of the company and a ton of cool cars. Original model A's, T's and other versions from the early 1900's. It was a little chilly in the plant so be sure...More
I was surprised to learn that the plant is really not heated in the winter. The website indicates "enjoy a warm cup of hot cocoa or tea as you visit our museum this winter!" What this really means is that you need to be prepared...More
For those history buffs, this is an amazing plant to visit in the midst of historical Detroit. You will see some amazing historical automobiles that will blow your mind. The tours are very informative. Reasonably priced. Parking available.
We came here thinking we would be content spending one hour to see everything since we're not that big into cars and automobile history, but we ended up leaving after 2 hours wishing we had more time. We ended up taking the guided tour, which,...More
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Yes, I think that most kids (especially if they like cars) would enjoy this place as it is full of old cars, offers a lot of information on the evolution of the automobile industry, and is all jam-packed in a historical... More
Yes, I think that most kids (especially if they like cars) would enjoy this place as it is full of old cars, offers a lot of information on the evolution of the automobile industry, and is all jam-packed in a historical building.