Family Free Day at Greenfield Village

After a shutting down due to the coronavirus pandemic, Greenfield Village is welcoming guests back with its Family Free Day, filled with fun and learning.

EDIT: As of 11 a.m. on Sept. 22, 2020, this event is sold out.

Greenfield Village welcomes visitors to Family Free Day on Saturday, September 26. Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, the Village is welcoming guests to a free and safe day of learning and inspiration at this popular outdoor museum.

In accordance with health and coronavirus safety protocols, admission tickets for Family Free Day will be offered in limited quantities and by online reservation only. Reservations can be made beginning at 10 a.m. on September 21. Greenfield Village admission and free parking are included in the reservation.

At Greenfield Village, guests experience firsthand the sights and sounds of America’s formation, with over 80 acres and 300 years of American experience are awaiting exploration.

To learn more about Family Free Day, or to register, visit the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation’s website — and don’t forget to check out the museum’s safety procedures before heading out.

Looking for more family fun things to do this weekend and beyond? See the Metro Parent calendar for more events in southeast Michigan.

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