Touch a Truck Family Festival 2023
EVENT CURRENTLY SOLD OUT
The Women’s Board of Kohl Children’s Museum of Greater Chicago proudly presents the 16th Annual Touch a Truck Family Festival. The Touch a Truck Family Festival is the biggest family fundraiser of the year for the Kohl Children’s Museum Women’s Board. The following prices include access to the festival and all vehicles and activities, including train rides, balloon twisting, face painting and more! (Food and refreshments available for purchase.)
Family Festival Fundraiser
Be part of the BIGGEST family fundraiser of the season! 40+ vehicles for kids to climb and explore, plus music, train rides, balloons, food trucks and more at this fully outdoors family festival.
The following prices include access to the festival and all vehicles and activities. Tickets are required for each adult and child over 12 months of age.
$50 Non-members: $60
GEN. ADM. SOLD OUT
$25 Non-members: $35
- Tickets required for each attendee age 1 and older.
- Member rates do not apply for corporate or reciprocal memberships.
- NEW THIS YEAR: Tickets are all-inclusive for all activities, including concerts, balloons, face painting and kiddie train rides. Food and refreshments available for purchase.
- Tickets are non-refundable after purchase. Event will occur rain or shine.
A limited amount of tickets are available for each general admission entry window. Admission may not be available prior to the entry window time purchased.
Click desired entry window below
Horn-Free Hour 1 – 2 PM
Trucks will not turn on sirens, flashing lights or beep horns, in an effort to create an environment for children who are sensitive to loud noises and lights.
For company donations and sponsorship, click here
An Anonymous Friend
Tom & Erin Murray Butler, Owen & Lettye Walsh
Bright Horizons Early Education and Preschool
Goldfish Swim School
MacPherson Group – @properties
NorthShore University HealthSystem
Center for Oral, Maxillofacial & Implant Surgery
First Bank of Chicago
Proceeds benefit Kohl Children’s Museum of Greater Chicago