This weekend The Henry Ford hosts the Maker Faire Detroit. It runs Saturday (July 25, 2015) through Sunday July 26, 2015. If you or anyone in your family gets excited about creative inventions and likes puttering around making things, then this is the show for you.
The Maker Faire returns to The Henry Ford for its 6th year on July 25-26 with a new location for the outdoor midway, new projects on display and more than 70 new makers debuting in Detroit for the first time.
Maker Faire Detroit at The Henry Ford is open 9:30am to 6:00pm. Entrances to Maker Faire will be located near the IMAX Theatre entrance and near the Automotive Hall of Fame. Tickets must be presented upon entrance.
2-Day Maker Faire tickets include Henry Ford Museum and Maker Faire Detroit for both Saturday and Sunday. Tickets are void once the barcode has been scanned. Ticket prices range from $47.50 (adults) to $32.50 for kids ages 5-12 (kids under 5 years of age are free)
This year, The Henry Ford will be moving the faire’s outdoor midway location from the Henry Ford Museum parking lot to the Lovett Hall lot located behind the museum. The new location provides guests more convenient parking opportunities and easier access to makers located both inside and outside the museum. A shuttle service sponsored by the University of Michigan-Dearborn will also be available at its Fairlane campus located at 1900 Hubbard Dr. in Dearborn.
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Hope to see you there!