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Sunday Show Ticket – General Admission

Get an up-close view of 300 stunning cars and bikes from all genres of the car hobby – from antiques to exotics – all of it happens on the lush acres of the Benedict Castle in Riverside, CA on MAY 19, 2024.

Price: $10

VIP Pavilion presented by the Petersen Museum

Get away from the crowds and enjoy delicious, freshly prepared food, drinks and desserts. Breakfast and Lunch. Come and go as you please. Eat all you want. Relax in the shade of umbrellas and kick back all day with the Who’s Who of the Car Hobby!

Price: $100

Saturday Evening Gala Dinner

Join us in the castle courtyard on the evening of Saturday May 18, 2024 to celebrate our Grand Marshal, Chip Foose! The event includes a reception with appetizers followed by an amazing dinner and dessert. While you’re eating, enjoy presentations by industry luminaries honoring our special guest. A great time to rub elbows with fellow Car Guys and Car Guy Celebrities in an intimate environment. This event sold out in 2023, so get your tickets NOW!

Price: $125

Sunday High Tea presented by Merle Norman

Enjoy a delicious English High Tea complete with all the specialty pastries, finger-foods, and desserts in the castle sanctuary and veranda that overlooks the exquisite botanical garden. A nice break from the busyness of the car show. This year will have a fun Hawaiian theme. This event includes a specialty goodie-bag with gift items featuring Merle Norman Cosmetics and other prizes. Seating is limited to only 120 guests and is sure to sell out as it has in years past.

Price: $50

Sunday Castle Tour Ticket

Take a docent guided tour through one of the most iconic destinations in Southern California. This is a rare chance to walk the private areas of the castle and stroll the rooms where movies were made and dreams were born. Benedict Castle is the setting for over one hundred films, including Hunchback of Notre Dame, Bride of Frankenstein, 1948’s Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein and 1965’s Two On a Guillotine. You’ll also learn more about noted architect Henry Jeckel, perhaps best known for the exquisite Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, who served as the chief architect on the castle project over the course of 9 years starting in 1922.

Price: $10

All contributions to the Benedict Castle Concours are tax-deductible as allowed by law as Teen Challenge is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. You will receive a receipt with your purchase.