Make Something Saturdays at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn

The monthly Make Something Saturdays event immerses kids in all kinds of innovative fun from Sept. 2018-May, 2019. Get details on November's installment.

Looking for a fun and educational event that will spark your tot’s imagination this weekend? Then why not try this November’s Make Something Saturday at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation?

One Saturday of each month, from Sept. 8, 2018 until May 18, 2019, the museum invites kids 8-12 for a “learning by doing” experience that has kids exploring the world of innovation and turning their own ideas into reality.

November’s theme, Collaborate, aims to teach kids how important it is for innovators to work together. At this event, kids will work with one another to help create a green city out of recycled materials.

In addition, The Tribute Rosies from the Yankee Air Museum are set to visit this month, too. Learn all about Rosie the Riveter and how women like her aided in the war effort during World War II.

Make Something Saturdays: Collaborate happens Saturday Nov. 10, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation.

This event is free with museum admission, which is $23/ages 12-61, $21/seniors and $17.25/kids 5-11. Parking is $6/vehicle and kids 4 and under are admitted free.

For more information on this November event– or for details on other family fun things to do this weekend – see the Metro Parent calendar. And if you can’t make it in November, get the scoop on all other upcoming Make Something Saturdays at

Photo by KMS Photography. 

This post was originally posted in 2017 and is updated regularly. 


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