Does your baby happen to have four wheels? Want to see how it will look in the future? Find out Jan. 17-25, 2015 as the Detroit COBO Center hosts the annual North American International Auto Show.
The continent’s largest automotive showcase features over 500 vehicles on display, allowing families to get a sneak peak of the next generation of transportation.
The show also features Education Day Jan. 21, which lets school groups from preschool to college level get involved in pre- and post-show lesson plans. That includes hands-on activities, touring and to attend career-based presentations. The cost for this event is $13, and lunch is included. Tickets can be purchased online.
Since 1989, over 18 million people have attended the NAIAS – and almost 1,400 vehicles have been introduced to the public. Why is this event so popular? Make this a family outing and find out!
The public show runs Jan. 17-25. Show times are as follows:
- Saturday Jan. 17-Saturday Jan. 24: 9 a.m.-10 p.m. (no admittance after 9 p.m.)
Sunday Jan. 25: 9 a.m.-7 p.m. (no admittance after 6 p.m.)
Admission is free for children 6 and under accompanied with a parent or guardian; other costs are $7/kids ages 7-12, $13/adults and $7/seniors. Purchase tickets online or at the door (credit card only); you can also call the Troy ticketing office at 248-283-5173 for more info.
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