An inimitable icon of the automotive world, Ferrari is one of the most recognizable cars in the world. This Italian idol brings top-shelf engineering and stunning design to the industry in a way few vehicles can.
Chicago’s Italian Village (71 W. Monroe Street) brings together over 60 vintage Ferraris to decorate the street at the Chicago Ferrari Festival. This annual event held on September 9th features dozens of cars, of course, as well as music, wine, beer, food (in the form of an Italian buffet), and much more―including activities for kids.
Get up close to some of the world’s most brilliantly built vehicles and snoop around under the hood as music fills the air. Enjoy a glass of wine and authentic Italian cuisine from one of Chicago’s finest eateries. In the heart of the Loop, you’re only blocks from the Art Institute of Chicago and Grant Park.
Admission is $30 (children under 6 free), with proceeds benefiting Inspiration Corporation and the Lurie Children’s Hospital.