Introduction to Wayne, Michigan
The city of Wayne was first settled in by George M. Johnson in the 1820s. It was incorporated in 1869. The railroad line of the Flint and Pere Marquette Railroad was extended through Wayne to the township of Plymouth in 1871. Wayne was named after General Anthony Wayne, the Revolutionary War hero.
Wayne and nearby Attractions
- Wayne Historical Museum
- Lower Huron Metropolitan Park
- Fair Lane (Henry Ford estate)
- Dearborn Historical Museum
- Maybury State Park
- Historic Fort Wayne
Things To Do In Wayne
The city of Wayne offers an aquatic area and ice skating rink, where skaters can enjoy their leisure. Wayne is also home to the State Wayne Theater. One can plan a day trip to the Wayne Historical Museum. Apart from these, the Recreational Department of the city organizes the annual Wheelfest celebration and summer concerts at the Goudy Park.
The nearest major airport is Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport.
Wayne Higher Education
Dorsey Business Schools and Annapolis Hospital School of Xray Technology are the local institutes that provide facilities for higher education. The other colleges and universities near the city are Madonna University, Schoolcraft College, the University of Michigan - Dearborn, Wayne State University and Henry Ford Community College.