Dearborn Travel Guide
Welcome to Dearborn!
Dearborn's fame stems from a pre-eminent figure in the history of automobiles, Henry Ford, one of the first to mass produce affordable automobiles through assembly line manufacturing. Despite being swallowed by Detroit's urban sprawl, Dearborn has retained an identity as the world headquarters of the Ford Motor Company. A number of Dearborn attractions pertain to the history of automobiles, including the Henry Ford Estate, the early 20th century abode of Henry Ford that features a six-story home, 72 acres (29 ha) of landscaped terrain and a garage stocked with cars. Learn even more about the famous car designer at Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, where nine acres of exhibits and thousands of artifacts examine his developments in transportation and manufacturing. Car enthusiasts relish the chance to visit the Automotive Hall of Fame, which chronicles the development of the motor vehicle industry and showcases automobiles dating back to the early 1900s. Dearborn is also home to one of the largest populations of Arab-Americans in the country, spawning the creation of the Arab American National Museum and its many exhibits illuminating Arab civilization and achievements.
Hotels & Motels
Their restaurant offers breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.
Tour the truck assembly plant on a walking tour of Ford Rouge Factory, located in Dearborn.