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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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I heard a lot of buzz about the Piquette Plant, and so I brought an older school group here, and was super happy with how engaged and interested the students were with the museum and tour guide. If you are a car person, or a...More
We needed to kill some time in Detroit until we could head to our boarding for the evening so after the Motown Museum we headed here. Parking is easy and admission was $12 each. While our tour guide was a little ADHD at first, he...More
Growing up in Detroit the auto industry is important to us. This tour was very interesting and informative. The guides were friendly knowledgeable and helpful. If you visit in very warm or cold weather dress appropriately as when we visited it was chilly and there...More
Highly recommend taking the guided tour which commence about 4 times /day. Check the website for times. I arrived early for the midday tour and wandered around myself checking out the cars but the guide brings the plant to life - explaining the history not...More
This was a very interesting tour. Our guide was very knowledgeable and knew many factoids about rise of the car industry in Detroit. The tours are at the top of the hour and we arrived at 10 after. Had to wait 50 minutes which was...More
A great place to see beautifully restored antique cars and learn about how the auto industry started. Be sure to take the tour and not just see the cars. The docent was very knowledgeable and able to answer all the questions from the car enthusiasts....More
This humble downtown factory has been faithfully maintained in its original condition so that it does not look 'restored' in any way. The incredible story of Henry Ford is told in several places in the area. Here it can bee SEEN...his office, design area and...More
A group of citizens and former Ford engineers rescued this incredible historic building in a sketchy neighbourhood. Now operated by a nonprofit society consisting of enthusiastic and knowledgeable retired automotive engineers who are also your guides. The first Ford factory producing early models A through...More
I had a quite nice experience visiting the birthplace of the Ford T. The portfolio is fantastic with several beautifully restored cars! A must for car lovers. You won't find any machinery there, only a small tools room.
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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.