Detroit Historical Museum
has teamed up with the Detroit Historical
Museum to give you the chance to win a pair
of general admission tickets. The tickets
are valid for all exhibits within the museum.
Four new exhibits have opened including "Hero
or Villain? Metro Detroit's Legacy of Leadership",
"100 Years Ago", "Daughters
of the American Revolution" and "Doorway
to Freedom - Detroit and the Underground Railroad".
Tickets are valid until June 30, 2009.
or Villain? Metro Detroit's Legacy of Leadership"
uncovers What makes a leader? Are there certain
qualities or characteristics that define leadership?
Are leaders a product of their time or would
they have risen to such status regardless
of when they lived? Moreover, why do some
think of a particular leader as a “hero”
and others as a “villain”?
individuals featured include: Antoine Cadillac,
Chief Pontiac, Augustus Woodward, Lewis Cass,
Henry Ford, Ty Cobb, Fr. Charles Coughlin,
Walter Reuther, Jimmy Hoffa, Martha Griffiths,
Orville Hubbard, Nancy Ann Martin, Coleman
A. Young, Ernest Goodman, Ossian Sweet and
Detroit Historical Museum, located at 5401
Woodward Ave. (NW corner of Kirby) in Detroit’s
Cultural Center area, is open to the public
Wednesday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to
3 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and
Sunday from Noon to 5 p.m. On Mondays and
Tuesdays, the Museum is not open to the public
but available for group tours by calling (313)
admission is $6. Seniors (60+), college students
with valid college ID, and youth ages 5-18
pay $4. Admission for children ages four and
under is free. Parking in the Museum’s
lot is $3 at all times. For more information,
call the Museum at (313) 833-1805 or check
out their website at www.detroithistorical.org.
lucky winners will each recieve a pair of
general admission passes to The Detroit Historical
Museum. Tickets are valid for all exhibits
within the museum.
enter: Please give us your Name and Full Address
(including City, State and Zip Code). Then,
press Submit. Good Luck!!