Regrettably, Antique Touring Company will be closed for the 2020 touring season due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Detroit's travel and tourism industry. We plan to reopen in our Piquette Avenue location on Friday, April 16, 2021.

If you are interested in booking wedding transportation for 2021, we are taking reservations in advance. Give us a ring at 313-333-5833, we still answer the phone!

This summer we will be posting free short video tours of historic Detroit locations, which you can access on our new blog page. You can check it out any time after June 15th at, or sign up now to have the tours sent to your in-box. We hope to visit 10 local historic locations throughout the summer.

If you have a gift card or have already booked a tour for this year we are offering refunds. All gift cards and reservations not requested for refund will be honored/ rescheduled in 2021. Call us at 313-333-5833 to process your refund or reschedule your tour.

Our Curated Tours

Antique Touring Company provides tours of historic Detroit and other national heritage areas using antique automobiles. Our fleet of two Model A Fords can accommodate up to eight individuals. This year we are offering two tours that we know you will be writing home about!

Antique Car Tour of Historic Belle Isle

Our signature tour of Detroit’s “jewel.”

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Explore the history of Belle Isle Park, from its early days of steam ships, bicycles and canoodling to Edwardian monuments, museums, and bridges. Discover fallen menageries, extinguished light-houses and larger than life historic characters on Belle Isle where Detroiters share sunshine and summer time with the ghosts of seasons past.
The tour of Historic Belle Isle is available in 2020 Fridays through Sundays from April 17 to May 10 and Wednesdays through Sundays from June 15 to November 1. Tours embark at 9:30 am, 12:15 pm, 3:15 pm and 6:00 pm from the Antique Touring Company garage beneath the Ford Piquette Plant, 461 Piquette Avenue, Detroit.

Motor Cities Heritage Antique Car Tour: From Tinkerers to Titans

The “coming of age” story of the automobile.

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Explore the “coming of age” story of the automobile during the first decades of the 20th Century from the vantage point of Detroit’s Woodward Corridor. Beginning in a forgotten industrial district called Milwaukee Junction, Tinkers to Titans visits the seminal roots of iconic car companies such as Ford, Studebaker, EMF, Packard, Nash, Brush, Dodge, and Anderson Detroit Electric.
From the Junction, the tour travels north to Highland Park where Ford Motor Company built the first automated assembly line. The tour wraps in the upscale neighborhood of Boston Edison where the early auto titans built their first mansions over 100 years ago. From Tinkers to Titans is available from April 17 through November 1, 2020.


461 Piquette Avenue Detroit, Michigan 48202 In the historic Ford Piquette Avenue Plant


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