MotorCities National Heritage Area
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Welcome to MotorCities National Heritage Area (MotorCities), where you can Experience Everything Automotive! We invite you to join us as we take a drive down memory lane, gaze into the future and share with you an amazing automotive journey.

Pull out a calendar, road map and pen, and let the fun begin! We invite you to browse the many wonderful automotive museums, homes and gardens, tours and sporting events located in MotorCities and plot your path through the heart of the American automotive industry. If you need help, we're ready to jump in! Whether your visit lasts a few hours or a few days, you are guaranteed an exciting variety of places to see and things to do.

With over 100 sites and experiences waiting to be explored, go ahead and choose your category of interest - and get ready to Experience Everything Automotive!

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The Flat Rock Speedway stands as one of many pieces of motor sports heritage throughout southeast and central Michigan. The Speedway offers weekend racing on…
A.B.C. Hardy was a man determined to steer Flint's carriage makers to turn to automobile production after vacationing in Europe and noticing the advancment of…
Looking for a well-rounded cultural experience? Come discover the Flint Cultural Center where art, music, science and auto can all be found. Explore the Alfred…
The Flint College and Cultural Center was established in the 1950s and includes Mott Community College, University of Michigan - Flint, a planetarium, two museums,…
Delight in the movie experience of a by gone era or experience it for the first time. The original theatre was built in 1951. Today…
Henry ford bui It the City of Dearborn. His business interests drove the consolidation of the City of Fordson and the City of Dearborn in…
A series of automotive and industrial-themed murals stretched along Drouillard Road in Windsor, Canada, commemorates the automotive influence in the region once known as Ford…
The final resting place of Henry and Clara Ford. Here you can find the graves of many members of the Ford and Ruddimen families, including…
Henry Ford gave "The Flats" to Dearborn, the city that framed his life. He was home in 1863 in the Scotch Settlement area, near present-day…
Along Manchester Street, just west of Woodward Avenue in Highland Park, are remaining sections of the Ford Highland Park Assembly Plant. First built in 1910,…
At the intersection of Piquette and Beaubien, the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant is one of the world’s most significant industrial history sites. Built in 1904,…
Birthplace of the Model T, first building built and owned by Ford Motor Company, and the only early automobile factory in Detroit open to the…
One of Ford’s many village industries was built here thanks to the many rivers and dams built along them. This was a big one, with…
The ford Rotunda is a lost landmark that is still remembered fondly. Architect Albert Kahn—who designed many Ford factories and buildings- designed the building for…
Behold the small city that is the 2,000 acre Ford Rouge Factory. Henry Ford began buying property that would become the Rouge Plant in 1915.…
Immerse yourself in the awe-inspiring scale of the real factory floor where the F-150 is made, and pop the hood on Ford’s rich design and…
The former Ford Service Center at 7301 Woodward is now a bank with a contemporary look at the corner of East Grand Boulevard. It was…
This landmark building is known as the Pettibone Creek Hydroelectric Station. This remains as a reminder of Milford's "village industry" build back in the early…
Here, we have Henry Ford’s last factory, built on the 14-acre Cherry Hill Ford Factory Complex. Along with a veteran’s dormitory, this site was designed…
To give back to his hometown, Ford developed an 18-hole golf course at Outer Drive and Military Street that opened in 1925.