VIDEO: Weddings at Henry Ford Museum

We’ve got a new video highlighting some wonderful wedding photos taken across Henry Ford Museum. Take a look below and get inspired for your big More

The Henry Ford

The Dymaxion House: The Same and Improved

In early February, the Conservation Deptartment did its yearly inspection of the Dymaxion House with the assistance of Historic Operating Machinery Specialist Tim Brewer. As More

Eames Trashcan Chair

Molding Ideas: Eames Trash Can Chair

One day in 1948—or maybe ’49—a beat-up Ford pulled up outside a workshop in Arcadia, California. John Wills, the boat builder who owned the workshop, More

Pilot, pony car and pioneer: Stanley Tucker and Mustang Serial Number One pose with a statue of Portuguese explorer Gaspar Corte-Real, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. (THF98057)

Stanley Tucker and Ford Mustang Serial Number One

It’s ironic – like, in the actual “opposite of what you’d expect” way as opposed to the “merely coincidental” way in which the term is More


The Detroit Conversation Continues

Last year Culture Lab Detroit Founder Jane Schulak shared her passion for Detroit’s creative community, a crucial component to the city’s continued renaissance in the More


A Peek “Behind the Scenes” at The Henry Ford

The Henry Ford, like other older, long-established museums, can only display a very small percentage of its artifacts at any given time. The remainder is More

1965 Ford Mustang Convertible

Mustang Tour Update: April 2014

Our Mustangs are back out on the road this month as the THF OnWheels Tour continues into the spring. This time our Mustang Serial Number More


Just Added to Our Digital Collections: Mustang Design Drawings

This year marks the 50th anniversary of an American automotive icon: the Ford Mustang. The Henry Ford counts among its collections three notable Mustangs: the More

William Clay Ford poses with his 1956 Continental Mark II. (P.O.19965)

William Clay Ford and the Continental Mark II

William Clay Ford, who passed away on March 9, 2014, is remembered for his generous philanthropy, his dedication to the city of Detroit, and his More

William Clay Ford in the 999 Racer on the Ford Test Track, April, 1953 (Object ID: P.833.101747.8).

Remembering William Clay Ford Sr.

William Clay Ford, grandson of Henry Ford, was the longest standing Chairman of the Board of The Henry Ford. He held the position for 38 More