Driving America in Henry Ford Museum is the world’s premier automotive exhibition.
Centered around an unparalleled collection of historically significant vehicles, this remarkable mix of authentic artifacts, digital media, interactive play and personal accounts focuses on the enormous influence the automobile has had on American culture—from the automotive innovations that have changed our lives to the everyday choices we make.
And what’s really cool about Driving America is that it was developed through the lens of the user and explores how people coexist with cars so everyone, from the avid automobile lover and tech-savvy engineer to the new teenage driver and individual who would rather hoof it by foot, can relate to the tales being told.
Driving America will make you think about your relationship with the automobile in unexpected ways.
To learn more about Driving America, go to thehenryford.org
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