Discover East Dearborn and Greenfield Village

East Dearborn, one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, is home to the famous Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Henry Ford pioneered the automobile industry in Detroit, and his impact on Dearborn is still apparent today. At the Henry Ford Museum, you can explore famous exhibits like the bus where Rosa Parks took her stand against segregation and see how the automotive assembly line revolutionized manufacturing. Across the street lies Greenfield Village, an outdoor history museum where historic homes and workshops from the 17th to 20th century have been relocated. Take a ride in a real Model T or watch craftspeople like glassblowers and blacksmiths demonstrate their trade. With artifacts and activities the whole family can enjoy, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village make for excellent field trips for students of all ages. After a day of exploring, your charter bus can pick up your group curbside for a comfortable ride back to school.

Henry Ford Museum
20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124
(313) 982-6001

Greenfield Village
20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124
(313) 982-6001

Savor Dearborn’s Diverse Food Scene

Dearborn has a remarkably diverse community, with people from all over the world calling it home. This multiculturalism has given rise to a rich, eclectic food scene you’ll have to taste to believe. Your charter bus can shuttle foodies between Dearborn’s tastiest restaurants to sample cuisine from around the globe.

Start your eating adventure in Dearborn’s West Downtown neighborhood. You can grab lunch at Al Ameer Restaurant, a Lebanese spot known locally for its shawarma and hummus platters. Then make your way to the city’s East Downtown to try a pastry at Shatila Bakery. This family-owned business has been serving up Middle Eastern sweets like baklava and knafeh since the 1970s.

Venture a little farther east to savor Italian cuisine at Andiamo Dearborn. This lively, upscale restaurant in Dearborn’s Parklane Towers neighborhood serves hearty classic dishes like chicken parmesan along with an extensive wine list. Wrap up your tasting tour with coffee and crepes at Cafe Jardin in Dearborn’s dense Madison Heights neighborhood—the Nutella and banana crepe is a customer favorite. With diverse eateries around every corner, Dearborn is a paradise for food lovers. Avoid parking headaches and traffic jams by exploring the city’s flavors stress-free in a charter bus rental from Charter Bus Dearborn.

Al Ameer Restaurant
27346 Ford Rd, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
(313) 582-8185

Shatila Bakery
15045 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126
(313) 582-7558

Andiamo Italia
7096 E 14 Mile Rd, Warren, MI 48092
(586) 268-3200

Cafe Jardin
27200 W Warren St, Dearborn Heights, MI 48127
(313) 561-5599

Experience Arts and Culture in Dearborn

Dearborn has a thriving arts and cultural scene spanning live music, theater, galleries, and museums. Many of the city’s top venues are located right in the walkable Downtown West neighborhood. Start your arts adventure at the fully restored Art Deco venue, Dearborn Town Center. This multi-use event space hosts concerts, shows, and community gatherings year-round. Then pop into the nearby Arab American National Museum which celebrates Arab American history and culture with engaging, educational exhibits.

After exploring downtown, make your way to the neighboring East Downtown neighborhood to browse installations at the Dearborn Community Arts Council. Local artists display their work in this Alternative Gallery, which also hosts art sales and themed exhibits. Wrap up your arts tour at City Hall Artspace Lofts back downtown. This community fixture showcases works by Michigan artists and hosts regular open mic nights. With your charter bus rental waiting to shuttle your group curbside, you can visit Dearborn’s top cultural attractions stress-free.

Dearborn Town Center
15801 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126
(313) 943-4026

Arab American National Museum
13624 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126
(313) 582-2266

Dearborn Community Arts Council
21551 Cherry Hill St, Dearborn, MI 48124
(313) 561-6240

City Hall Artspace Lofts
13615 Michigan Ave #428, Dearborn, MI 48126
(313) 561-6240

Explore Outdoor Spaces in Dearborn’s Parks

In addition to its cultural attractions, Dearborn has some beautiful outdoor spaces perfect for stretching your legs on a nice day. Your charter bus driver can drop your group off right at the main entrance to these Dearborn parks so you can easily explore the grounds by foot.

At the expansive Ford Field Park, you can play a pickup game on one of multiple athletic fields, take young kids to the playground, or bring your pup to the off-leash dog park. Right downtown along the Rouge River lies beautiful Wagner Park, where you’ll find walking paths, fishing spots, gardens, and regular community events. For outdoor recreation like hiking, biking, and taking in views of the Rouge River, head to Hines Park bordering West Dearborn. Your group can also pack a lunch to enjoy in one of the park’s many picnic areas. With spacious parks and easy transportation by charter bus, enjoying the outdoors in Dearborn is a breeze.

Book Your Dearborn Charter Bus Rental

At Charter Bus Dearborn, we make it easy to explore Dearborn’s distinct neighborhoods and hidden gems with a group. Our charter bus rentals allow you to travel around the city on your own schedule while a professional handles driving duties. Onboard amenities like reclining seats, climate control, luggage storage, and entertainment systems ensure you’ll travel in total comfort. With charter bus services for groups of esall sizes, we have the perfect transportation solution for your Dearborn adventure. Call 313-209-8424 today to get a personalized quote and book your Charter Bus Dearborn rental!