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National Corvette Museum
The first Chevrolet Corvette was built in 1953, and though it has received numerous style updates since, its distinctive profile is instantly recognizable whenever it streaks by on the highway. The National Corvette Museum celebrates the history of this consummate American sports car, housing more than 70 specimens from each era of production. Upon entry, guests gravitate to the showroom's massive glass case, inside which a unique model spins on a turntable. Visitors can also sit in a current-era Corvette, leaning back for pictures and and purchasing chances to win one.
As they peruse the exhibits, enthusiasts will recognize one-of-a-kind concept vehicles and special editions, such as the 1983 Corvette, the only one in existience. Interactive exhibits abound, including the educational driving simulators used for teen driver seminars, and the pit crew challenge where you can electronically fuel up and change tires on a Corvette race car. The museum's location even plays a role in the Corvette story; across the street sits the GM Bowling Green Assembly Plant, the only place in the world the iconic sports car is manufactured.
97% of 145 customers recommend
“A great venue and good time that everyone should experience - whether a Corvette enthusiast or not.”
“My son and i really enjoyed our visit.The visit was a birthday gift from me and it was a great gift idea.Just happened to be their on 10-11-2013 when the 2014's...”
“My son and i really enjoyed our visit.The visit was a birthday gift from me and it was a great gift idea.Just happened to be their on 10-11-2013 when the 2014's (three of them) were being delivered that day so we got to see one driven off the showroom floor.Very Cool.Indded.”
“Wonderful, informative and friendly staff - amazing, comprehensive history of American pop culture; the Chevrolet Corvette! It's awesome!!”