The show opens Friday, January 19 and runs through Sunday, January 28. See a full breakdown of days and hours.
Designated as one of the nation’s top five auto shows by the International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers, The Washington, D.C. Auto Show® is a world class event that continues to wow audiences. The 2024 Show will feature hundreds of vehicles from top manufacturers, brand new experiences and activations for all ages, and educational opportunities that entice any car enthusiast. Come see for yourself the brands that will be on display, ranging from concept to luxury, electric to hybrid, and exotic to historic. It is all happening at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
The show will open daily between January 19 and January 28, 2024 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. All tickets are valid for one-day admission. For additional information on ticket prices, as well as special prices and discounts, visit the Show Information detail page.
Shift your show experience into high gear with a VIP Tour led by some of the auto industry’s longtime automotive journalists and experts. These two-hour detailed tours will provide you with a peek under the proverbial hoods of the latest vehicles on display and an up-close, in-depth look at the products on the show floor. A VIP ticket also grants you access to the entire show.
Held in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in downtown D.C., the 2023 Show featured hundreds of vehicles from top manufacturers, brand new experiences and activations for all ages, and educational opportunities that entice any car enthusiast. The floor plans from 2023 are below and you can click here to download.
The Washington, D.C. Auto Show is the largest public show in the nation’s capital. With limited parking, we recommend utilizing METRO rail services or Spot Hero, the nation’s leading parking reservations app. For quick reference the Walter E. Washington Convention Center is located at 801 Mount Vernon Place, NW Washington, D.C., 20001. METRO rail services the Convention Center at the Mt. Vernon Square/7th St. Convention Center stop on the yellow & green lines & at the METRO Center (red, orange & blue lines) & Gallery Place (red, green & yellow lines). PARKING IS LIMITED. Please review options below for most convenient travel options.
The DC Metro offers plenty of options for attendees traveling to the show from Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. Metro provides easy access to the Convention Center stop via all the rail lines as well as bus service. Visit the site for more details.
For our attendees looking for alternative fueling areas for their drive in, check out the US Department of Energy’s Alternative Fuels Data Center. Users can search by location, fuel types, and stations. Use the fuel corridors tab to see corridors designated by the Federal Highway Administration.