Sunday, June 21, 2015

Motor Muster at Greenfield Village

We spent the most perfect Saturday afternoon at Greenfield Village yesterday for the Motor Muster event! The village was filled with over 850 cars from the 1930s to the 1970s and my husband, the gearhead, was in car heaven. It was the perfect Father's Day weekend event for him.

It was cloudy out but that didn't stop the crowds from coming out to check out all of the vintage cars-- it truly was a great time. Z's favorite part of the whole day was riding the train and I think she would've ridden it all day long if I had let her. You cannot go to Greenfield Village without riding the train. We also rode the 1931 Ford Model AA Bus (for only 50 cents!), the carousel, and the Model-T cars!

Unfortunately we missed the historic baseball game though. The baseball games happen every Saturday and Sunday in Greenfield Village and are played by the 1867 rules. Can you imagine playing baseball with no gloves? Sounds crazy! Pretty bummed I missed it but I'm hoping to catch another game this summer!

In fact, we plan on going several times this summer as there is so much to do we found it really hard to fit everything into one trip! There truly is something at Greenfield Village for everyone; Z could've played at the playground all day, I want to catch a historic baseball game, and my husband loves checking out the old machinery around the village!

As I was busy running after our very excited toddler, my husband took most of these pictures and I'm quite proud of how they turned out!

Z and her cousin looking out the back of the bus!

You can check out the other events happening this summer at The Henry Ford and Greenfield Village by checking out their website at: 

All photos on this blog post belong to me and may not be used without my permission. I received compensated tickets this event for blogging about my experience. Many thanks to the Henry Ford for inviting my family and I to this special event!

1 comment:

  1. This looks so fun! What a great little outing.

    -Ashley (


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