Find Your Road Trip in the MotorCities National Heritage Area

This summer, the MotorCities National Heritage Area is encouraging adventurers to chart their own journey, blaze their own trail and find a road trip with our unique 2016 tourism guide! “Find Your Road Trip and Find Yourself” is a 20-page, all-color guide that showcases 30 museums, historical homes and interpretive monuments that weave the rich story of the automotive industry in southeast and central Michigan.

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Inaugural Motor Boats & Motor Cars event

On Wednesday, Aug. 24, the MotorCities National Heritage Area spent a special evening with over 130 supporters at its inaugural Motor Boats & Motor Cars event. Click below for full press release, video and photo gallery:

Partners raising funds to create new park

MotorCities is among a large and divere group of partners who want to erect a new park site in Southwest Detroit at the foot of the renovated Fort St. Bridge.

MotorCities seeking grant applicants for 2016

The MotorCities National Heritage Area is now accepting applications for its 2016 Challenge Grant Program offering local projects a unique and robust opportunity for funding. Please click beloe

Remembering the great George Walter Mason

George Walter Mason may be best remembering for his role in forming American Motor Corp., as a result of Hudson merging with Nash-Kelvinator, but during his frenzied career, Mason spent time at Studebaker, Chrysler, Copeland electric refrigeration and other corporations.

Auto Heritage Day, Awards of Excellence on Nov. 30

It's that time of year again when the MotorCities National Heritage Area is looking for the best automotive-heritage related projects for our annual Awards of Excellence. Winners will be honored by state legislators during Auto Heritage Day on Nov. 30:



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