The ninth edition of the Vintage Auto Show at Deering Estate, November 7



Car enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy a variety of vintage cars.

The Deering Estate, in conjunction with the Antique Automotive Club of America – South Florida Region, will host the ninth annual Vintage Auto Show on Sunday, November 7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Guests can enjoy a relaxing day outdoors while strolling through the past. Car enthusiasts of all ages can enjoy a variety of vintage cars, from 1965 and older, on display on the historic grounds of the Deering Estate.

As a tribute to Charles Deering, first president of the International Harvester Company, the estate’s 1950 International Harvester truck will be on display. The harvester truck, which was donated to the Deering Estate Foundation, was purchased new in Chicago by Marion Deering McCormick, daughter of Charles Deering. After Mrs McCormick died in 1965, the truck passed to her son and was maintained by the McCormick family until they donated it to the Deering Estate Foundation.

Tickets cost $ 15 for adults and $ 7 for children (ages 4-14). Buy your tickets online at deeringestate.org. Free for members of the Deering Estate Foundation (with promotional code).

Limited tickets are available and are required for all guests. All members and non-members must purchase or reserve their tickets online in advance. With the online ticketing system, visitors can book their entry time without having to worry about long queues, while maintaining safer distances between visitors.

Additional activities include:

• Vintage Car Scavenger Hunt: Use photographic clues to identify a selection of cars on display.

• Vintage Auto Show Craft: Pre-packaged crafts available for kids that can be made at home. Limited supply.

• Visits to the nature reserve: Available at 11 am, 12:30 pm and 2 pm. Space is limited and will be filled on a first come, first served basis. All guests, including members of the Deering Estate Foundation, must register on the day of the event.

• Self-Guided Nature Trails: Explore some of the on-site nature trails and use the free iNaturalist mobile app to identify flora and fauna.

• Kayak rental (additional charge): Kayak on Biscayne Bay where you can paddle the seagrass beds and explore the mangroves. The rental fee includes the use of the kayak, life jacket, paddles and a small dry bag for personal effects. Limited availability.

• Award-winning film On This Land: The Charles Deering Estate funded by the 100 Ladies of Deering, written by writer and curator Becky Roper Matkov, and produced by Emmy Award-winning director Carl Kesser. Also available online in French and Spanish.

• Food and drinks available for purchase from Sports Grill. The Royal Palm Grove will be booked as a socially distanced dining area. Guests are also welcome to bring blankets, lawn chairs, and small picnic baskets.

Please note that the historic house museums will be closed and not accessible during this event.

Residents are advised to wear masks around large crowds and especially around those you do not know how to vaccinate. For more information visit the website. You can also check for the latest COVID-19 updates before visiting the estate.


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