Automotive Hall of FameThe Automotive Hall of Fame is a museum in Dearborn, Michigan that focuses on the history of the automobile and the hundreds of pioneers who made great contributions to the industry. Founded in 1939 at The World's Fair, the museum was relocated to its current location adjacent to the Henry Ford Museum in 1971. Enjoy a self-guided tour of the musuem, which features more than 200 cars, including Thomas Edison's first battery-powered electric car, exciting exhibits, a design showroom and the Hall of Honor.The Automotive Hall of Fame has a scholarship program for college students who plan to work in the automotive industry.
Hours -Wednesday - Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Prices -Adults: $8; Seniors and Students (13-18): $6; Children (5-12): $4; Groups of 15 or more: $5; School Groups: $2
- Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies
- Facility Tours
- Private Events
- Libraries and Archive
- Guided Tours
- Fred Mancheski Theater