Dearborn's Automotive Hall of Fame honors and celebrates the legacy of those people who have shaped the innovations and history of the car industry throughout the world from its earliest days up to the present.
Things to Do
- During a visit to the Hall of Fame families can take in permanent and special exhibits on the early days of the automobile and how the auto industry has developed on a national and international scale. These exhibits aim to show how automobiles changed our daily lives forever and continue to do so.
- There is plenty for car enthusiasts of all ages to enjoy as the exhibits revel in the beauty and classic styling's of numerous models throughout the years.
- Also on show at the Hall of Fame is the Hall of Honor, basically twelve foot high and sixty five foot long mural which celebrates just how much the automobile has changed modern culture.
- The Soichiro Honda Atrium is a three story glass pyramid with a rotating line up of autos and exhibits.
- The Fred Mancheski Theatre shows films about the important people and events throughout the history of the car industry and at the William Maybach Hall of Recognition you can learn all about the most recent inductees to the Hall of Fame.
- Group Tours of the Museum can be scheduled ahead of time. A very special tour led by the President of the Hall of Fame can also be organized for up to 25 people.
- The Museum is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays along with some major holidays.
- A full tour map of the facility can be found online.