Ready For A Day Out With Thomas At The Henry Ford?

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We are!!!

Yes, it's time again to head over to Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, MI and hop aboard Thomas' train! My kiddos are excited to go this weekend as I'm sure any kiddo would be.

At Greenfield Village, this day is much more than a train ride. Children receive a map upon entering the park with places they should visit and get a stamp from. The map actually moves them through all of the activities going on and helps you, as a parent/guardian, be sure you're not missing any of the fun. Little ones will find coloring, temporary tattoos, pedal cars, bubbles, train tables, Mega Bloks, stories, puppet shows, music, and much more! When the map is full of stamps, turn it in for a fun prize. {Alex is already asking me what it's going to be this year. lol}

While you're in the village, why not take a walk around and learn something new about a key person in our history? From Edison, to Ford, to the Wright Brothers and beyond, there's a story for everyone to hear and appreciate along with a glimpse at how our past heros lived.

What do you need to know?

Thomas will be visiting Greenfield Village at The Henry Ford on Saturdays and Sundays April 28-29, May 5-6, 12-13, 2012. The train leaves from Smith's Creek Depot {which is near the back of the park} and you choose the time of departure when you purchase tickets for your train ride. 

For pricing and other details, please visit The Henry Ford's website. Also, be sure to check out the Railroader's Breakfast option. We've attended that a few times and really enjoyed it...plus, it's nice to get the first train ride of the day. :)



Don't miss it!

**Thanks to The Henry Ford who provided media passes to enjoy the day in exchange for me sharing info and my review following our time there. I received no other compensation. The thoughts and opinions shared are mine and mine alone. Others may disagree.

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