Artists from Oakland County and seven other southeast Michigan counties have the chance to strut their stuff beginning Monday July 17, 2017 as the MI Great Artist online art competition kicks into gear.
The Detroit Historical Museum, established in 1928, is one of America’s oldest and largest museums dedicated to metropolitan history.
Over 80,000 square feet of exhibition space house more than 600 historic artifacts in the heart of Detroit’s Cultural Center district.
You, your family and your friends will stroll through more than 300 years of metro Detroit history, including a 19th century street scene known as The Streets of Old Detroit, and an authentic auto assembly line known simply as The Motor City.
For information on how you can visit us, please click on the links on this page. You can also call us during normal business hours at 313.833.1805.
The Detroit Historical Museum regular Visitor Hours are as follows:
Since its founding in 1921, the Detroit Historical Society has been dedicated to ensuring that the history of the region is preserved so that current and future generations of Detroiters can better understand the people, places and events that helped shape our lives. More…
The Detroit Historical Society’s mission is to educate and inspire our community and visitors by preserving and portraying our region’s shared history through dynamic exhibits and experiences. The Society is responsible for the overall management and operations of the Detroit Historical Museum, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, and a Collection of more than 200,000 artifacts.