It is suggested that attendees purchase tickets in advance. Tickets will also be available at our McCormick Place box office on the days of public shows. McComick Place is a cashless facility. The show's box office closes one hour before the show closes.
Users will be randomly selected for security screening. All mobility devices must be approved by the show management. Hovercraft, segways or similar devices are not allowed to be used in the exhibition hall. McCormick Place can be easily reached by car or public transport.
Visit our directions and parking page for more information. Media preview: Thursday, February 26th This year marks the 115th edition of the Chicago Auto Show. The Chicago fair, held in the McCormick Place South building, presents multiple global and North American presentations and the full range of domestic and imported passenger cars, trucks, sport utility vehicles, minivans and experimental and concept cars. The Ogilvie station and Transportation Center can board buses from the CTA Auto Show for direct service to and from McCormick Place.
The auto show is announced as the largest auto show in North America, and organizers anticipate that this year's event will be similar to pre-pandemic editions, as fan-favorite events will return to several rooms at the convention center, including the North Showroom. The Chicago Auto Show is the largest auto show in North America and one of the most important annual events in the Chicago region. The fair's Chicago Drives Electric education and information center will teach attendees about electric vehicles and will occupy more than 100,000 square feet of showroom space. The Chicago Auto Trade Association (CATA) is the largest and oldest metropolitan dealer organization in the country.
First held in 1901, the Chicago Auto Show is the largest auto show in North America and has been held more times than any other auto show on the continent. Learn more about using public transportation to get to the Chicago Auto Show here, or simply search for public transportation directions on Google Maps or another map application. In addition to that, attendees can also see numerous accessories, car-related exhibitions, vehicles and racing projects, as well as vintage and collector cars. Transfers and other special services will be available to get you to the Chicago Auto Show safely, efficiently and affordably.
In addition, attendees will also have the opportunity to see numerous accessories and exhibitions related to cars, racing and project vehicles, vintage and collector cars.