The Library is home to a staggering number of books but the main reason to visit is the building itself, which is as impressive inside at is it imposing outside.Detroit Public Library is rightfully listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places.
Today Pewabic Pottery is a great place to learn about the history of ceramics in Detroit and the United States as well as viewing the impressive gallery workshop and maybe even trying your hand at making your own piece.
The buildings within the museum are from various places throughout the United States and have been rebuilt in Greenfield.
The most notable buildings include the building in which Henry Ford was born and the bicycle factory of the pioneering Wright brothers The Museum of African-American History tells the story of blacks within the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan.
Fort Wayne can be found in West Jefferson and, dating back to 1840, is rightfully named Historic Fort Wayne.
A tour of the site includes exploring the old military barracks, dry moat and tunnel as well as the impressive parade ground and the long stone building which was once the Commanding Officer’s House.