MotorCities National Heritage Area

The MotorCities National Heritage Area is a 501c3 non-profit that preserves, promotes and interprets the history of the automotive industry and labor movement in southeast Michigan. Through a variety of educational, community outreach and tourism programs, the MotorCities celebrates the automotive culture by treasuring the past to inspire the future! Click below for historic auto sites in the region:

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MotorCities wins Tourism Award
The MotorCities National Heritage Area was recently awarded a 2016 Governor's Award for Innovative Tourism Collaboration. The award was presented during the Pure Michigan Governor's Conference on Tourism in Lansing. Click below for more:

MotorCities elects new members to Board of Directors

On April 13, the MotorCities National Heritage Area elected six new members to its Board of Directors:

'Find Your Road Trip' with 2016 tourism guide

Our 2016 Tourism Guide “Find Your Road Trip and Find Yourself,” celebrating our cities, our state and the Centennial of the National Park Service, is now available! Click below for our web version and look for hard copies at our Passport Sites and Michigan Welcome Centers in April.

Reflecting on the final year for Hudson

The year 1957 marked the final line of autos that used the Hudson nameplate after the company had already folded into American Motors.

Volunteer training on May 20

We are seeking volunteers to attend the summer's premier car shows, cruises, races and other auto-related events. Ambassador Training will be from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Friday, May 20, at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center. Click below for more details:

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