Our Visitor Center includes galleries dedicated to telling the story of the Ford Family, as well as rotating exhibitions. All are included with your visit to Ford House, whether for an event, dinner, grounds walk, tour or whatever brings you to the estate.
A permanent exhibit, "The Ford Family Story" introduces visitors to Edsel and Eleanor Ford’s family and the estate, demonstrating how they built a home for their family with an homage to the property’s natural environment, the arts, and interior design.
On June 1, Ford House opens its newest exhibition, Making It Work, chronicling the lives and labors of the staff that made Ford House a home. Guests will learn about the various staff, their families, and how their work on the estate impacted their lives. This exhibition is located in the Gaukler Pointe Gallery inside the Visitor Center and is open to the public without admission.
Opening in May! Located in the Gate Lodge garage, "Driven by Design+" features five rare vehicles – the world's only 1939 Lincoln Continental prototype, the 1932 Ford Model 18 Speedster, the 1934 Ford Model 40 Special Speedster, the 1934 Brewster town car, and Eleanor Ford's custom 1952 Lincoln Town Car Limousine. It tells the story of Edsel Ford's unique contributions that elevated the Ford Motor Company brand and positioned the automaker as a fierce competitor in its industry.
Now through May 29, 2023, enjoy the phenomenal car designs by University Liggett School kindergarten students.
Finding the exhibitions you want to explore is easy! Click below for an estate map indicating where each is located.