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Section in Detroit
Do & See
Within a city with such a deep history and cultural heritage, you can count on being entertained by the myriad of different attractions that the city has to offer; in less than a generation in fact, Detroit has transformed into a global capital of culture and creativity. Discover everything related to automobiles in the city so literally named "Motor City". Visit the Henry Ford museum, the man behind the social revolution of cars, or visit the museum of African American History and be astounded by the vast history of the different cultures that blended perfectly in the cosmopolitan city of Detroit. With its markets and culturally influenced neighborhoods, there is something to do for everyone.
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Henry Ford Museum

Henry Ford Museum

For car enthusiasts, the first stop in Detroit must be the Henry Ford Museum. A company which started in a converted Detroit wagon shop with 10 employees in 1903, has now grown into the second-largest car and truck maker in the world, with a rather significant increase in employees – over 370,000 people now work for the Ford Motor Company world-wide. Started as Henry Ford's personal collection, this museum boasts memorabilia such as the limo in which John F. Kennedy was shot as well as pop culture items, automobiles, locomotives and aircraft.
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