Greenfield Village

Greenfield Village is an open-air museum located within the Henry Ford complex that features historic homes and buildings from around the United States. Here, you can visit Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park laboratory, the Wright Brothers’ bicycle shop, Noah Webster’s Connecticut home, and much more. It’s like walking through historic small towns from centuries past! Our buses can drop your group off right at the entrance to Greenfield Village, where you’ll immediately be transported back in time.

Phone: (313) 982-6001

Address: 20900 Oakwood Blvd, Dearborn, MI 48124

Henry Ford Museum

You’ve probably heard of The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. But did you know that the nearby Ford Rouge Factory Tour offers an immersive, behind-the-scenes look at Ford’s legendary manufacturing process? Your group can go on a self-guided walking tour of the Ford Rouge Plant, which is still an active factory producing the iconic F-150 truck. See robots weld truck bodies together before your eyes. Then visit the Legacy Gallery to view classic and concept cars. Finally, catch the view from the 5-story Observation Deck overlooking the whole factory. It’s the perfect tour for gearheads, manufacturing buffs, and anyone curious about the automotive industry.

Phone: (313) 845-2563

Address: 3001 Miller Rd, Dearborn, MI 48121

Arab American National Museum

For stunning Islamic art and artifacts dating back over 1,000 years, make The Arab American National Museum your next stop. Located in Dearborn’s trendy Arts, Beats, and Eats district, this is the first and only museum in America devoted to Arab American history and culture. You can even schedule a guided group tour in advance. Beyond the Collections Gallery, your group can explore stories of more recent immigrants though oral histories in the Community Oral History Gallery. Don’t miss the gift shop filled with Arabic music, fashion, and literature to continue your cultural education.

Phone: (313) 582-2266

Address: 13624 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126

Marquis Theatre

Did you know that the longest-running puppet theater in the United States happens to be located right here in Dearborn? Since 1956, the Marquis Theatre has been entertaining audiences with original productions, including clever takes on classic fairytales and children’s stories. This theater creates all their puppets and sets in-house and produces up to 10 original shows per year. Groups of up to 300 guests can view a public performance, or you can even rent the theater for a private show! After the show, guests are invited onstage to see the puppets and sets up close.

Phone: (313) 561-TKTS (8587)

Address: 135 E Main St, Northville, MI 48167

Ford Home

History buffs will appreciate Ford Home, the historic mansion of Ford Motor founder Henry Ford. Completed in 1915, this modest yet expansive 30-room mansion was home to Henry Ford, his wife Clara, and their only son Edsel. Guided tours provide a glimpse into the family’s personal life with a collection of furnishings and artifacts. Browse Henry’s workshop, Clara’s kitchen, and Edsel’s sunken garden outside. Don’t miss the Secret Cottage where Henry Ford dabbled with soybeans and fuels! Your group can be dropped off right at the Ford Home visitor entrance. Phone: (313) 418-6319

Address: 4901 Evergreen Rd, Dearborn, MI 48128

Robert C. Scarbrough Art Gallery

For an artsy excursion, head to the Robert C. Scarbrough Art Gallery located right on the campus of Henry Ford College. This gallery houses varying contemporary art exhibits including paintings, prints, sculptures, ceramics, drawings, and photographs. Many exhibits feature local Michigan artists. The gallery aims to highlight cultural diversity through dynamic rotating exhibits. Admission to the gallery and most special exhibits is always free! Before or after your art gallery visit, grab a drink or bite to eat in one of Dearborn’s great local restaurants.

Phone: (313) 845-6478

Address: 5101 Evergreen Rd Bldg K, Dearborn, MI 48128

Miniscience Familyplace Museum

Experience hands-on science fun at The Miniscience Familyplace Museum, an interactive kids museum with a science theme. With exhibits like Tinker Shop, Kitchen Chemistry Lab, and Newton’s Nook, this museum helps kids learn science concepts through creative play. Kids can conduct experiments, build structures, and participate in live science demonstrations by staffers. Private events can also be booked if you want to rent the whole museum for a birthday or private group. No matter their age, everyone in your crew can have fun learning at this hidden gem in Dearborn! Phone: (313) 593-5058

Address: 1694 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48216

Plan Your Trip With Charter Bus Dearborn

Now that you know about some of Dearborn’s coolest hidden attractions, start planning your customized group tour! Charter Bus Dearborn can provide a variety of bus transportation options for private group trips in Dearborn. From weddings and corporate outings to school field trips and more, our team handles it all. You’ll work directly with a knowledgeable Dearborn expert to create your ideal bus itinerary. We’ll then do the driving so your group can just sit back and enjoy discovering the best of Dearborn. Contact Charter Bus Company Dearborn when you’re ready to book your minibus or bus rental by calling 313-209-8424!