The Model T factory is an incomparable place to host corporate meetings, non-profit fundraisers, car related events, educational seminars or holiday parties. Guests can mingle among car displays, see where Henry Ford developed the Model T, and walk the factory floor, where the first 12,000 Tin Lizzies were assembled in 1908 and 1909.
The Ford Piquette Avenue plant is well preserved and largely unchanged from its original 1904 appearance. The exterior of the building is immediately recognizable as the same building shown in early photographs - still in its original red brick, complete with original fire escapes and windows.
A visit to the third floor is like stepping back in time. One is immediately impressed by how much it resembles the operating plant of 1905. It is virtually unchanged. The third floor has never been painted since Ford Motor Company left in 1910.
For further information about facility rental, email Pat Linklater at or call 313 872 8759.