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A look at the American road trip at the Henry Ford Museum

Those of us who love hitting the highway may have already been to The Henry Ford, a historical complex that includes the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. The Henry Ford is a must-do for car lovers, telling not just the story of the automobile but of the Industrial Revolution.

For nearly a year, the museum has been redoing its automotive exhibits, creating the expansive Driving America exhibit, which will include a section on the American road trip, as well as the influence of the automobile on U.S. culture. The new exhibit opens on Jan. 29. Read more about it.

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Allie Vanderbilt

Great post!

Ivo Beutler

Yeah, my dad is the ultimate car fan. He has actually been to the Henry Ford complex countless times already. I've been to an automotive exhibit there and had an awesome time. Well, I'm actually planning to take my kids to the complex early next year.

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