Westland is a city in Wayne County in the U.S. state of Michigan. It is located about 16 miles (26 km) west of downtown Detroit. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 84,094. It is the 10th largest city and 12th largest municipality in Michigan.
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5 based on 3 reviews
Trace the history of the auto and our fascination with it along with other American inventions through the staggering collection of Henry Fords estate, which includes such memorabilia as the chair Abraham Lincoln sat in when he was assassinated and the limo in which John F. Kennedy was shot.
Named for its founder, the automobile industrialist Henry Ford, and based on his efforts to preserve items of historical interest and portray the Industrial Revolution, the entire property encompasses homes, machinery, exhibits, and Americana of historically significant items as well as common memorabilia, both of which help to capture the history of life in early America.
Amazing...incredible...fantastic...unbelievable...fabulous...one of the most comprehensive and colossal collections of historical significance a person will every encounter !!!
JUST DO IT...DON'T HESITATE...GO VISIT...!!!!!!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Opened in May of 1998, Inkster Valley is filled with an abundance of natural wildlife incorporating over 100 acres of wetland, wooden bridges and breathtaking views within its 400-acre surroundings. An 18-hole, par-72 Championship Course, Water comes into play at 14 of the holes. The clubhouse features a grille, with variable seating of up to 100. This challenging course creates an "up north" setting without the time-consuming three to four-hour drive to achieve this caliber of golf.
Minutes from the Airport you'll find Michigan's version of Bethpage Black. Very challenging course from the back tees. The course conditions have drastically improved over the last couple years with the greens seeing the biggest improvement. Excellent Par 3's. Good luck on #11.Thank you so much for the spectacular review. 4-star feedback is great to see. We are glad you had an incredible time and hope to see you again soon.
4.5 based on 113 reviews
This is a great setting to enjoy a nice cup of coffee or walk around and looking at the happenings around it. Fall time si best when the trees change colors.
4.5 based on 101 reviews
WOW. Reclining seats that go all the way back with leg support. i almost fell asleep. The sound, and movie image was also first rate. we did not have food or play games in the lobby but all was seemed pretty good.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
Enjoy the 17 miles of Hines Park on a Segway. We offer Safe Guided Tours. Young (12yrs) or Old will enjoy the ride of a life time on a Segway. You will learn how to ride the Segway then we will take you down the walking path and then into the well maintained nature trails. A "Bucket List" must do.
What a great place for a Segway ride. We were given extensive training inside the barn and in a practice lot. Our time training was not docked against our scheduled tour. The guides were well informed and very patient. The beautiful trails we road on were clean and well kept. We will be back !!!!!!
5 based on 2 reviews
Between his greed, the poor working conditions in his factories, and his brutal early union busting efforts, Henry Ford really wasn’t the nicest guy ever. But he showed a lot of foresight in bringing together this collection of buildings and artifacts to preserve history and make them available for public viewing. I do appreciate being able to see the Wright Brothers’ bicycle shop, Thomas Edison’s Menlo Park Laboratory, and the many other historic buildings assembled here from their various original locales. And I appreciate that Ford crossed racial barriers to work with George Washington Carver.
There’s a lot to read and learn here. The village employs an army of folks in period costumes. Between wandering around on our own, we took in a musical program, and saw an interpreter portraying Edison.
We’ve been to several other living history villages including Colonial Williamsburg, The Fortress of Louisbourg in Nova Scotia, Canada, and Heritage Park Historical Village near Calgary, but this location holds a special place because of the five or so times I’ve been to the Detroit area, I’ve visited this place nearly every time, going back to when I was very young.
The last time we were here, we paid for and enjoyed a ride in a Model T, which was a 30-minute tour that provided an overview of the place. I was a little disappointed to find the Model T ride is now just a seven-minute circuit, not a tour, and you have to line up in a cue for your turn. It was still fun, but not what I expected. Seems like there’s been other changes since we were last here more than 10 years ago, including more extensive development of the park’s roads, the addition of more food stands, and development of a whole arts and crafts area showcasing various crafts.
4.5 based on 42 reviews
Travel back in time through the Plymouth community's example of the American Experience. Learn how the growth of American industry, the advent of the railroad and the invention of the automobile changed America's small towns, especially Plymouth, Michigan. The Plymouth Historical Museum features a late 19th-century Victorian recreation of Main Street, tracing the growth of the small town from the railroad depot to the general store. The largest Lincoln collection in the state of Michigan is housed in a separate room off of Main Street. And a Timeline of Plymouth is the newest permanent exhibit, featuring displays on the Daisy Air Rifle, Ford Village Industries, the Alter Motor Car, World War II, communication history, and much more.
This is a great little local museum in the town that was the site of the original Daisy BB Gun factory. In fact, the museum has one" little corner" of the factory on display with the original wooden floor that is imbedded with hundreds if...MoreThank you for this review Fred! We're so glad you enjoyed your visit. The Daisy exhibit is especially dear to out hearts as well.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
This is a shop filled with fun stuff sold by tons of different vendors. One side is antiques and the other is more home made stuff. Don't try to see everything in just a lunch hour. There is just too much stuff to see.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
$3 movies and 1$ popcorn. Are you kidding me? Since this Theatre was taken over by Friends of the Penn, everything has been updated. Seats, screen, marquee, bathrooms, the works. Friendly volunteers make the experience a great one. Oh how I love having this wonderful theatre a part of downtown Plymouth!!!!
5 based on 18 reviews
The Canton Public Library connects your community. Canton Public Library serves more than 90,000 residents of Canton Township in western Wayne County, Michigan. We are a member of TLN and Metro Net. Our director is Eva Davis. CPL is the busiest single-branch library in the state, circulating 300,000+ items over 1.7 million times [in 2012]. Our 53,500 square foot facility provides space for our 77%-resident patron population of more than 85,818 cardholders. The library's computers are open for public use-no time limit or library card required, the building has Wi-Fi throughout. Copy/print/scanners are available, as well as a self-assist paid fax. We also have a vending machine area with drinks and snacks, an ATM, and public restrooms. Food and drink is allowed in the library.
I love the staff at Canton Public Library. Always greet you with a smile, there to help you with any problem you may be encountering, offering technical help as well as referencing. Very large collection in all sections. Bright and well lit sitting areas to browse newspapers or periodicals. Meeting room space is available to reserve for small group meetings or events. Plenty of parking and next door to the municipal building. Programs are offered for elders, technical, Tiny Tots. teens; in other words,all age groups. And the hours are very nice. Even open on Sunday.
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