Ford River Rouge Factory Tour

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20900 Oakwood Blvd (The Henry Ford)
Dearborn, MI 48124
(313) 982-6001

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  • Watch the Ford employees put together an F150.
  • I visited @thehenryford today and toured #Dearborn's @Ford truck plant. Amazing jewel we have in our backyard though I still believe #Ford must do more 2 minimize the #CO2 coming out of its factories
  • Witness the magic of F-150 assembly on one of, if not the only automotive factory tours available in the USA.
  • Spend a fair amount of time watching assembly. Video number 2 in the tour is very loud and "interactive" but cool
  • Soooo fun!!! I loved it!
  • Fascinating tour, see trucks being made, learn about the living roof and how Ford works to take care of wildlife. Allow at least 2 hours and if you go to Henry Ford Museum first, you can get disc. tkt
  • Excellent factory tour
  • Ford F-150
  • Amazing to see an F-150 get put together piece by piece with such precision.
  • The experience is good for all ages. Would have lied to to see auto welding robots but the tour only includes final assemble of completed parts. Very good view of assembly,informative history of Ford.
  • Mesmerizing assembly line! Truly great
  • The docents around the facility are really knowledgeable about the facility and the town. Be sure to ask questions!
  • The second movie theater has been refurbished recently and the new presentation is really cool.
  • Must-see. You get an extensive look at workers on the assembly line making the F-150. Very cool to see a Detroit automaker in action.
  • The tour is interesting, but not like the tours of years ago. Starts with a video and a multimedia presentation, and ends with a self guided walk overlooking a portion of truck final assembly line.
  • Such a cool tour...no photos inside the plant but it's very interesting! Interesting to hear about the "living roof"!
  • Excellent experience see the foundation of the motor city first hand
  • Go if you're an engineer
  • Fascinating and well presented. Just make sure you don't hit the assembly line during lunch, when it shuts down. Everyone we've taken loves this tour.
  • See stage 1 first then go directly to the factory tour stage 4. The observation tower is optional if you are pressed for time or tired.