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Chicago Auto Show

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The 2014 Chicago Auto Show at McCormick Place shows off what's new and next in the world of automobiles.
Photograph: Max Herman

Time Out says

The Chicago Auto Show—the largest car show in North America—is headed back to McCormick Place for 10 days this February to showcase the latest and greatest developments in the world of cars, trucks, electric cars and concept cars. Manufacturers trot out their newest models in elaborate exhibitions, often accompanied by interactive installations that allow you to get behind the wheel (whether physically via indoor/outdoor test track or virtually).

When is the Chicago Auto Show?

The event runs from February 10-19.

How much are tickets?

Tickets are $17 for adults, $12 for seniors and children ages 4-12, and free for children under 4.

What are the opening hours for the Chicago Auto Show?

The show starts at 10am each day and closes at 9pm, with the exception of February 11, when it closes at 6pm, and February 19, when it closes at 8pm.


$17, $12 for seniors and children
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