Garden City is a city located in Wayne County, Michigan, United States of America. Garden City is part of the Metro Detroit region, with a population of 28.000 people and an area of 6 square miles. Garden City was incorporated in 1927 as a village and in 1933 as a town and in present times, the city is extremely important because it promotes health and sports. If you want to visit the beautiful Garden City, you should stop by in a few places and admire the greatest attractions of it.
Top Attractions within Garden City
Henry Ford Square House is also known as Henry Ford Honeymoon House and it is located on 28835 Beechwood Avenue in Garden City. The house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980 and since 1979 is considered a Michigan State Historic Site. Henry Ford built this house himself after his wedding to Clara Jane Bryan in 1888. The house was made from the timber taken from their property and finished in their own sawmill. As an expert carpenter, he did not need any extra help to finish this house, so in 1889 the couple moved in. The couple occupied the house for two years, until they moved to Detroit, but the house belonged to them until 1937 and they still used it during summer.
Garden City Football Field is the stadium of Garden City where local teams play football and soccer. It is also the home of the Cambridge High School Panthers. The stadium has a capacity of about 1000 seats and becomes uncomfortable when the local team plays, as there are usually more than 2000 fans at the game.
Garden City Museum is a museum dedicated to the city, depicting the first years of it through photos and memorabilia. It is the best place to learn more things about the history of the city.