If you are a history lover, there are plenty of Michigan attractions to fulfill your longing for the past. However, with over 80 acres of historic districts, Greenfield Village is one of the state’s best historical attractions. Not only can you visit Noah Webster’s home (creator of the first American dictionary), but also, the court house where the future president (Abraham Lincoln) first pursued justice and practiced law. No worries if none of these buildings sound interesting, there are 81 other structures for viewing.The village contains seven different districts; the Railroad Junction, Edison at Work, Main Street, Henry Ford’s Model T, Liberty Craftworks, Working Farms, and Porches and Parlors.One of the most popular districts is the Henry Ford’s Model T neighborhood. Here, visitors can actually ride in a vintage Model T. But the Railroad Junction is just as well-liked with auto lovers. At the Junction, visitors can explore the various trains that helped develop American travel.Meanwhile, at the Edison at Work district, view the impact of the inventor’s bright idea; the light bulb. From engineers to architects, the Porches and Parlors neighborhood lets home lovers view houses from 1650, 1750, 1840, and 1930.No matter which district you visit, you’ll find a collection of historic artifacts and structures. The attraction’s hours vary depending on the season. From November 29th through to April 14th of next year, Greenfield Village will be closed due to the harsh winter months. That means you have a little over a month left to explore the attraction.Greenfield will be open throughout the week from 9:30am-5:00pm until the end of October. Leading up to November 29th, they will open on weekends only for the same hours.Tickets are a little costly, but you do get to visit seven exhibits with your admission. An adult’s ticket is 22, while seniors are offered a 1 discount. Children who are 5 years old or younger are granted free admission, but a youth’s ticket is 16.For more on Greenfield Village’s hours and ticket prices, visit the attraction’s website.