Monday, January 21, 2013

Henry Ford Museum #NAIAS

I like going to museums.  I like cars.  Car Museum?  Why not?

Growing up I was a little tom boy.  I had a car collection which I did not let any of my brothers touch.  In my fondness of cars, I learned about this place called the Henry Ford Museum.  Henry Ford started his collection back in 1906 and not just of cars.  There are planes, trains, automobiles, and much, much more.

 The 1961 Lincoln ContinentalSS-100-X, that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in.

 LEGO Architecture is a current exhibit.  The exhibition includes 13 models: Fallingwater, 7 South Dearborn, Chicago Spire, John Hancock Center, Marina City, Willis Tower, Trump Tower, Burj Khalifa, Empire State Building, St. Louis Arch, TransAmerica Building, Jin Mao Tower and one of the World Trade Center towers.
Henry Ford's collection is awesome.  There is so much to see.  This was a little of what I got to see.

***Disclosure-I was invited to attend the 2013 FORD NAIAS Digital Summit.  These are my own experiences I am sharing with you, any and all opinions are my own, honest opinions.

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