The Ford Piquette Avenue Plant
The Model T was born in the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant, revolutionising the automobile industry and paving the path for personal mobility in the future. The structure is a National Historic Landmark, and it was once the world’s most popular car’s production hub.
Visitors may stroll around the facility on the old worn flooring and view dozens of immaculately kept early model automobiles, including Ford’s and competitors’ models. You can also view the “experimental room,” which has a drawing table, equipment, and even his mother’s rocking chair, as it was when Ford and his crew were creating and testing new ideas.