Free Admission to the Detroit Historical Museum

Detroit Historical Museum The Detroit Historical Museum, established in 1928, is one of America’s oldest and largest museums dedicated to metropolitan history.

Over 80,000 square feet of exhibition space house more than 600 historic artifacts in the heart of Detroit’s Cultural Center district.

You, your family and your friends will stroll through more than 300 years of metro Detroit history, including a 19th century street scene known as The Streets of Old Detroit, and an authentic auto assembly line known simply as The Motor City.

On Sunday, July 17th and Sunday, July 24th, admission will be free.  Find out more information about the museum and other programs by clicking this link.

Make a day of it while you are in downtown Detroit; visit the library and marvel at its architecture, take in the exhibits at the Detroit Institute of Art or visit the Science Center for Kids.